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Guitar World delivers sonic salvation with a host of divine and almighty guitar amps.
Conjure some mystical, powerful '60s sounds, courtesy of these five modern effect pedals.
From Slash's pickups to Eddie's amp, here are five essential pieces of signature gear.
An in-depth guide to the amps and effect pedals in Stevie Ray Vaughan’s arsenal.
This mega-amp delivers a whopping 200 watts of potential output power with as much finesse as brawn.
This RainSong is perfect for environmentally conscious players and tone perfectionists alike.
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.
This pedal is perfect for writing complex, layered guitar lines, looping polyrhythmic phrases, and playing along with your favorite tracks.
The Classic Series StingRay 4 and 5 are dead sexy and have the playability and tone that made Music Man famous.
Martin's new Grand Performance body shape is a welcome addition to the Martin legacy that’s certain to become a classic as well.
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.
Graph Tech’s ResoMax bridges are a simple and cost-effective improvement for almost any Tune-o-matic bridge.
Trayser’s new model is built to suit the blues guitarist’s need for power, woody response and sparkling treble highlights.
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