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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.
We look at the Top 10 blues-approved overdrive and distortion units around.
From Fender to Mesa Boogie to Vox, here are five essential 15-watt guitar amplifiers.
Paul Reed Smith's Mira X has the flawless playability that Mira fans adore and a neo-vintage voice that we’ve never heard from a PRS guitar.
If you love the look and feel of a more-than-slightly-used-guitar but feel squeamish about buying an instrument with a secret past life, the Road Worn Series is for you.
The Black Ice is a great investment for those who seek a green alternative to wood but don’t want to sacrifice tone or performance.
If you're a classic rock or blues player who craves pure, unadulterated tweed tone, the Fender ’57 Champ is the only way to go.
Guitar World gives you the heads up on Morley's newest signature wah pedals from George Lynch and Kiko Loureiro.
The M288 is an excellent octave pedal full of thick-and-juicy analog goodness.
If you loved the Tiny Terror but want more power and the ability to switch between rhythm and lead settings, the Orange Dual Terror will be your new best friend.
If you've always lusted for the inimitable pitch-shifting effects of an Eventide Harmonizer but couldn’t afford one, the PitchFactor is the pedal you’ve been waiting for.
Producing a broad palette of tones that bridge the gap between traditional semi-hollow and solidbody guitars, the T3/B offers guitarists a bold new voice.
These axes will satisfy shredders of all ages, from players for whom the Charvel name is just a legend to—especially—those who have experience playing the originals.
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