Orange Amplification has solved the perennial problem of instrument cables tangling and kinking, with the launch of the new Orange Twister Cable.
Orange has announced its latest combos, the new 2015 Crush series. Redefining the benchmark for practice amplifiers, the Crush 12, Crush 20, Crush 20RT and Crush 35RT are primed to introduce...
The Washburn N4 model designed by Nuno Bettencourt and Stephen Davies has enjoyed incredible success since its introduction nearly 25 years ago, in 1990.
D’Addario has added new guitar straps with fresh, fashion forward designs. By partnering with top fashion industry designers, multiple new woven and leather strap designs are now being offered.
“We’ve had a great demand from users to bring back our original CT-10 Headstock Tuner since it was discontinued a few years ago,” said D’Addario Accessories Product Manager Rob Cunningham.
ESP is adding dozens of new and updated LTD models to this year’s lineup. “LTD represents the ‘bread-and-butter’ for ESP dealers, with affordable guitars and basses for all levels of musicians,”...
In the brand-spanking-new video below, guitarist and awesomely obsessed gear-head Pete Thorn, who we just don't feature on the site enough, demos the Boss BD2W Blues Driver Waza Craft edition.
We love when the guys at the ESP Custom Shop in Japan create videos that show how their latest creations are, well, created.
These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the February 2015 issue of Guitar World. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now...
ESP Guitars has introduced its new line of Tombstone acoustic guitars. The new guitars will make their debut at the 2015 Winter NAMM Show.
D’Angelico’s acoustic line will consist of the following eight models: EX-63, Gramercy Grand Auditorium, Mercer Grand Auditorium, Lexington, Madison Jumbo, Brooklyn, Bowery and Mott Bass.
The brand-new EHX C9 Organ Machine digs deeper into the cache of desirable classic organ tones with nine new organ presets utilizing the same technology found in the hit B9 Organ Machine.
From songs like the Police’s “Message in a Bottle” to Nirvana’s “Come As You Are,” Andy Summers and Kurt Cobain used the unmistakable sound of the chorus pedal to great effect, no pun intended.