Strymon recently introduced its Riverside Multistage drive, the culmination of a thorough analysis of numerous vacuum tube circuits.
Usually when marketing materials describe a product as “no-nonsense,” the phrase usually means the same thing as “austere,” “stripped-down,” or “plain.”
Signature guitars are designed to meet the individual requirements of the players they’re made for. And sometimes that can lead to the creation of some pretty bizarre instruments.
Guitar tone is an individual thing, and when it comes to your preferred tone, you have to do things your way.
Their FB700 Series is a radical new take on bass.
While chatting over a, um, “coffee” a while back, guitar ace Greg Howe asked Carl Martin whether he could develop a pedal that would re-create his signature sound.
Enter to win prizes from PureSalem Guitars, Supro Amps, D'Addario, Walrus Audio and many other gear manufacturers in Santa's Rockin' Gear Giveaway.
People have reported seeing the likeness of the Virgin Mary on lattes, rocks, a Chicago highway underpass, and, most famously, a grilled cheese sandwich that eventually sold for $28,000 on eBay in...
In this debut episode of CBC Music’s series Show Me Your Pick, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett debuts his brand-new His custom Dunlop Jazz III pick.
Late last week, the gang over at Atlas Obscura shared a truly engaging video that shows shiny new electric guitars being built in England in 1965.
IK Multimedia has announced the iRig Nano Amp, a versatile micro amp with a built-in iOS interface.
Last week, we shared some incredibly popular advice from guitarist Kennis Russell—"How to Spot a Fake Fender Stratocaster in Seconds."
This week, Guitar World Tech Editor Paul Riario said farewell to his trusty old Line 6 Spider amp. I don't know how long it's been under his desk, but I know it was there when I came to GW six...