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Fifteen new signature guitars that can help you channel the spirit of your favorite ax slinger.
The definitive guide to Kurt Cobain's pawn shop prizes, stomp boxes and blown woofers.
Guitar World presents a history of the ever-popular phenomenon of signature guitars.
“The artwork tells the story of King Tut's resurrection,” Scott McMahon says.
Excellent tone, flexible routing, custom amp-design capability, guitarist-friendly user interface
If you're looking for a rock-solid, high-quality combo amp, or if you just like to separate yourself from the crowd, you should check out the Suitcase.
The rock-bottom line, the essential truth, is that Morgan Monroe got all the important stuff right with the M-50V.
QUEEN'S BRIAN MAY calls his new Red Special Signature pedal "Pure genius, for which I take no credit."
If you're looking for a boutique overdrive that can introduce wicked tone in your arsenal, by all means, step on the Landmine and prepare to be destroyed.
With punchy, distortion-free tones down to 30Hz, the Thunderverb is ideal for down-tuning shred-a-holics.
This floor pedal delivers studio-quality tone, courtesy of its Motorola DSP engine, with eight instant-access presets.
This is a system that the newbie can start off with, or the experienced guitarist/recordist or upgrade to, without fear. If you have a PC and want to start recording with it, this is an excellent system to consider.
The NAMM 2008 show in Anaheim, CA, was spectacular. See the new guitar-related gear in GuitarWorld.com's special report.
The Michael Kelly Patriot Custom gives pause to traditional thinking with its subtly different shape, versatile electronics and bright tone.
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Now on the iPad
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