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From Slash's pickups to Eddie's amp, here are five essential pieces of signature gear.
From Another Dimension: Check out ODD Guitars' 3-D-printed models, with photo gallery.
Paul Riario reviews three new Fender Stratocaster models — with complete text and video.
This week in Nashville, ESP unveiled its limited-edition Metallica Ride the Lightning guitar.
Guitar World gives you the heads up on Morley's newest signature wah pedals from George Lynch and Kiko Loureiro.
If you loved the Tiny Terror but want more power and the ability to switch between rhythm and lead settings, the Orange Dual Terror will be your new best friend.
If you've always lusted for the inimitable pitch-shifting effects of an Eventide Harmonizer but couldn’t afford one, the PitchFactor is the pedal you’ve been waiting for.
Producing a broad palette of tones that bridge the gap between traditional semi-hollow and solidbody guitars, the T3/B offers guitarists a bold new voice.
These axes will satisfy shredders of all ages, from players for whom the Charvel name is just a legend to—especially—those who have experience playing the originals.
In a world where everything is getting smaller, it’s nice to see a company think big. For 2009, Boss has expanded its lineup with the TU-1000 Professional Stage Tuner.
More than 125 years old and still on top of the latest trends, Washburn Guitars continues to fire up players with its innovative instruments. Guitar World celebrates the history of an American legend.
For years, one of Paul Gilbert’s signature sounds came from a flanger pedal that had been modified to change pitch from high to low, creating a wild dive-bomb effect.
If sixties-era Bond girl Britt Eklund is your idea of a Super Swede, here’s some good news, old-timer: Hagstrom’s new Super Swede Tremar Series guitar has all the feel and appeal of axes from Eklund’s heyday.
Nothing looks, feels and plays like a broken-in guitar. You just know it’s seen some action (unlike yourself, big boy).
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