Don't be fooled by the generic looks: this super-affordable but super-powered new 100-watt tube head from Monoprice's Stage Right guitar amp series is a serious contender
Inspired by the runaway success of Shawn Tubbs’ Tilt Overdrive, the Tilt Boost offers a small-footprint boost pedal with some serious EQ-shaping, amp-punching power
Two classic effects, one classy unit. Is it time you got swept away in the Riptide's stereo combo of overdrive and Uni-Vibe?
The new go-faster bolt-on Superstrat from the Jackson USA line is a speed machine with a build that justifies the price tag
For the DIY enthusiast with a steady hand on the soldering iron, this phaser from Mod Electronics might just do the job of one, two, or even three classic modulation units
Developed with acclaimed luthier Joe Glaser, the Ascender Standard is a foldaway travel guitar with a difference – you'll want to play it all the time
It’s lightweight, super-versatile, nicely priced, with a Bigsby sweetening the deal, and there's nothing quite like it. Why aren't more players talking about this Valentine?
Somebody call the Police! This flanger is a steal at this price, and nails those classic Andy Summers tones. If only those Add9 power chords were as easy
A quality pedalboard power supply might not be as sexy as a new delay, but it is essential, and this slim-profile unit from the Danish power specialist is a must for anyone serious about keeping their ’board running efficiently and quietly
The Texan effects and audio specialist takes on the Fulltone OCD and the Mu-Tron Phasor II, and reinvents them for today's players. But do they hold up to the originals that inspired them?
Not just another modulation, Aurelius comes strapped with vibrato, chorus and rotary settings, plus presets to save your sounds
Machine Gun Kelly’s signature model is a Guitar Center exclusive that gives Schecter’s Tele-type a radical modern makeover
This co-creation between the jazz/blues fusion virtuoso and Tube Screamer designer Susumu Tamura is up there with the great distortion pedals of our time
Reworked, redesigned, reinvigorated, PRS's versatile combo returns – and it's a bona-fide 20-watt powerhouse of tone
Two pedals that exemplify Browne's excellence: The Carbon is a Bluesbreaker-inspired drive based on the Protein pedal's “Blue” channel, the Fixer a super-useful buffer/boost
“Siri, show me a modern S-style that is spec’d up for metal and has state-of-the-art hardware that keeps it in tune all of the time…”
The third-gen signature pedal is a must-have for drone and doom freaks but proves itself a top choice for tone connoisseurs of all stripes, just so long as they like it loud
Ah, 1987... the year Appetite for Destruction broke, when L.A. was the center of the rock and metal universe, and when guitar tones were all combined distortion and delay like this
One of the most underrated Stratocaster eras gets its time again – and this new period-correct American Vintage II example proves it’s worth another look