TRIVIUM, THERAPY? Bassists Among Newest Columnists For U.K.'s BASS GUITAR MAGAZINE

Bass Guitar Magazine, the U.K.'s only print publication devoted solely to the bass-playing community, has announced that Paolo Gregoletto of TRIVIUM and Michael McKeegan of THERAPY? will be writing monthly columns for the magazine from June.

Gregoletto, whose precision playing has earned him the acclaim of studio producers and engineers as well as other professional bass players, and McKeegan, whose fluid command of the low end has driven his band for over two decades, will be supplying advice on gear, technique and surviving life on the road. Look out for their first columns in Bass Guitar Magazine issue 80, out June 27.

Visit www.bassguitarmagazine.com for more information.

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