The renowned amp manufacturer ventures into the acoustic realm to provide an all-in-one DI and EQ solution for live performance
Yamaha refreshes the guitars that redefined the modern acoustic-electric nylon-string when they debuted in 2009, and once again they set the standard
The '70s are back – at least that’s what Gibson would like us to think with its new era-inspired, mini-humbucker-loaded Les Paul. But does it do justice to the original?
Fender has treated some of its most iconic guitar models to a new, stripped-down P-90 format that turns them into lean, mean rocking machines
Originally produced for the Japanese home market, this little parlour-sized acoustic is now available as a limited UK run. They say small is beautiful – let’s take a listen…
Cliff Brown presents his take on the classic single-ended low-power valve combo – offered with or without reverb and tremolo
Bridging the gap between old-school archtop and modern thinline, Eastman’s Romeo impressed. Time to meet its flash new cousin. Is this a ‘no jazz’ zone?
An old name in audio becomes a new name in stompboxes – and it's set to impress with this vintage-voiced reverb pedal
Some of Epiphone’s most iconic electrics and acoustics are being built again in the USA. We examine a legendary electric and a show-stopping acoustic
PRS’s Silver Sky broke the internet with its derivative style and big league artist attachment, so the new Fiore has a lot to live up to. Does it succeed? Oh, yes – and then some
We’ve heard the buzz and seen the online ads, but is Gibson's time machine worth all the hype? We put a Les Paul Standard, a Junior, and an ES-335 through their paces
A dynamic overdrive pedal from the UK-based boutique maker with TS-style tones, clipping options, and a lot to get excited about
A koa and spruce combination for a light and airy tone and a response that will suit a gentle fingerstylist