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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.
The PRS 30 and Sweet 16 may not be cheap for single-channel amps, but this is definitely an instance in which you get what you pay for.
Paul Reed Smith's SE Torero marries PRS’s slick playability with active EMG pickups, a double-locking Floyd Rose bridge and rock-hard neck woods.
An exclusive gear tour with Day of Fire's Joe Pangallo!
The Shuttle 9.0 sets a new standard for high-powered, low-weight bass amplification, with proven Shuttle tone, flexibility and portability.
Jet City Amplification and Mike Soldano can be very proud of this stellar amplifier, with its organic and detailed sounds.
MXR’s Fullbore Metal pedal is an affordable, true all-in-one solution for players seeking studio-quality metal tones.
Yamaha's LLX16 is a very welcome addition to the company’s outstanding L Series guitars.
For less than a grand on the street, the Haze 15 head with two matching MHZ112 cabinets offers big Marshall tones in a mini stack that you can haul around in a Smart car.
The Eastwood Airline Map bass is an ultra-cool looker that has all the charm and tone of a retro classic with dependable modern construction.
The tones produced by DiMarzio’s John Petrucci–inspired Crunch Lab and LiquiFire pickups are musical, harmonically deep and well defined.
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