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Guitar World rounds up 17 amazing practice amps that will make you sound better.
The definitive guide to Kurt Cobain's pawn shop prizes, stomp boxes and blown woofers.
The AC4TVH head and V112TV cab combination provides the big sound that has made low-powered vintage amps many guitarists’ favorite secret weapons.
If you truly want to sound like a pro, the Eventide Eclipse is highly recommended.
The Brown Dog is a killer fuzz that has lots of range and great presence in a live mix, while the Agent 00Funk nails all the classic envelope tones with hi-fi quality.
The Prestige's Classic is one of the most interesting and playable adaptations of the singlecut mahogany theme.
The Schecter Hellraiser Solo-6 is a modern interpretation of a Les Paul–style guitar and has features geared more toward today’s progressive players than retro regressionists.
With slim-tapered maple necks, thin mahogany bodies and specially designed humbuckers, the Explorer-GT and Special II-GT are exciting guitars for players across the spectrum, from jazz and blues to metal.
The ESP Phoenix-II is a great choice for anyone who loves the classic curves of a Firebird but prefers the features and playability of a modern ax.
Going rogue never sounded so good, nor has it been so affordable.
The Roxy B5 is a versatile ax with high-end components and solid construction.
Carvin's California Single CS6 is one of the most attractive bargains in the high-end guitar market.
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