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Guitar World's guide to all that's glorious in the world of seven- and eight-string guitars.
Music Man's JP13 John Petrucci signature guitar marks a dramatic turn of events.
Check out our photo gallery of 10 scary-looking guitars that are perfect for Halloween!
Materials include teeth from prehistoric sharks — and puppy teeth for the dragons’ horns.
ESP’s Vintage Plus electric takes aged Strat-style guitar building in a new direction by duplicating what’s known as a “player’s guitar.”
The Deceiver is one to check out if you’re looking for a Floyd-equipped shred machine without sharp edges or ho-hum superstrat styling.
The Boss ME-70 combines the instant tweakability of stomp boxes with the convenience and power of a all-in-one multieffect unit.
With its blood-red binding and pickup surrounds, “Evil Twin” logo and black finish, the PRS SE Nick Catanese model is an impressive metal rhythm and squealing lead machine.
Jackson's X Series Phil Demmel PDX Demmelition King V and Mark Morton Dominion D2 are affordable options for fans of the original Dominion and Demmelition guitars.
Trayser’s new model is built to suit the blues guitarist’s need for power, woody response and sparkling treble highlights.
These instruments’ ergonomic bodies, classy looks, high-end components and silky-smooth playability leave no room for criticism.
These Teles are great axes for players who love the worn-in vibe of a vintage instrument and want something a little different from the norm.
Godin's Summit CT is an interesting and versatile electric solidbody.
The new EMTY AHB-3 Blackouts are ideal for the metal guitarist who detunes or uses especially heavy strings.
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