When shopping for an amp, don’t take home the first one you plug into.
In November 2003, Fender announced that 100 Stevie Ray Vaughan “Number One” replica guitars would be made by their Custom Shop (all by John Cruz), priced at $10,000 each.
PRS Guitars is offering a small batch of “Reclaimed Limited” CE 24 Semi-Hollow and S2 Vela Semi-Hollow guitars.
The 5150 amp designed by Eddie Van Halen is an indisputable modern classic.
Squier’s Classic Vibe Stratocasters are designed to recall the looks and tone of Fender’s Fifties and Sixties eras, and to do it at a nice price point (retail $399.99).
Overdrive is the one effect that guitarists feel very passionate about.
Carl Martin has announced the Red Repeat 2016 Edition delay pedal.
Over the weekend, Megadeth bassist David Ellefson announced plans to release a new pedal, the Dawn Patrol Chorus, the result of his recent collaboration with Pro Tone Pedals.
The Fender Stratocaster has been a staple for just about every musical style since its introduction in 1954.
To celebrate Lincoln Motor Company's commitment to music for the Grammy Awards, the automaker built a guitar amp. And not just any kind of guitar amp.
Seymour Duncan has announced the over-the-counter release of Periphery guitarist Mark Holcomb’s Alpha and Omega pickups in six-, seven- and eight-string versions.
We’ve shown you guitars made out of frying pans, motorcycle parts, shovels, shotguns and more.
Mike McCready had it. His idol, Stevie Ray Vaughan, had it. Jimi Hendrix had it too.