If you’re looking for a pro-grade amp that’s capable of a wide range of unique tones and textures, there’s nothing that quite compares to the EDT 13/29.
These basses are clearly designed and built with a craftsman's sense of pride, and painstaking, unsurpassed attention to detail.
Seymour Duncan’s Blackouts have an exciting and natural sound, qualities I would have never expected to find in active pickups.
Tested through a host of amps, the Katana was supremely transparent, offering everything from mild lift to radical boost while it maintained the precise nuances of my attack.
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.
The Michael Kelly Patriot Custom gives pause to traditional thinking with its subtly different shape, versatile electronics and bright tone.
Originally a 50-watt solid-state workhorse, the Bandit is now available in a 100-watt incarnation.
The EP7 boasts some significant changes in design, along with upgraded materials and some advanced digital electronics.