July issue of Rhythm on sale now

Featuring the greatest ever rhythm sections
Featuring the greatest ever rhythm sections

The brand new issue of Rhythm is on sale now and it features the greatest ever rhythm sections, as voted for by you! You voted in our droves over on Musicradar.com for your favourite drums and bass partnerships, and this month we count down the top 25 - did your favourite make the cut?

Plus: Stewart Copeland on rhythm sections and our exclusive drum lessons on how to play better with a bassist


Karl Brazil - Robbie Williams/Girls Aloud/James Blunt
Graham Hopkins - Glen Hansard
John French - The Magic Band
Ian Paice - Deep Purple
Shawn Drover - Megadeth
Ginger Fish - Rob Zombie

Plus: Part II of our guide to theatre drumming and tips on how to get the most out of your practice


Liberty Drums drum kit
Sabain AAX V Crashes
Tama Iron Cobra bass pedals
Remo White Suede drum heads
DW Concrete snare drum
Korg Wavedrum Global


Learn how to nail Paul Weller's 'Out of the Sinking', Young Guns' modern rock anthem 'Bones' and 'First It Giveth' by Queens of the Stone Age. Plus take all of your favourite lessons from Pete Riley, Jason Bowld, Erik Stams, Gareth Dylan Smith, Colin Woolway, Adam Bushell and Justin Scott.


Bag yourself a signed Zildjian A Sweet Ride

All this and more in the July issue of Rhythm available now from all good newsagents, online or digitally from the Google Play Store (Android). Pick up a copy from Apple Newsstand for iPad, iPhone and iTouch or on your Kindle Fire HD and you can enjoy video and audio tuition on your device plus bonus videos, image galleries and other content.

Head here to find out how you can buy Rhythm in print or our digital version.

Rich Chamberlain

Rich is a teacher, one time Rhythm staff writer and experienced freelance journalist who has interviewed countless revered musicians, engineers, producers and stars for the our world-leading music making portfolio, including such titles as Rhythm, Total Guitar, Guitarist, Guitar World, and MusicRadar. His victims include such luminaries as Ice T, Mark Guilani and Jamie Oliver (the drumming one).