Volume and treble boost in one tonesome pedal
A quartet of brand-new Gibson acoustics with player ports inspired by an idea from legendary company president Ted McCarty during the early 1960s. Intrigued? We were…
Fender’s Mexican-made Standards became the Player Series in 2018. Now, we have a four-guitar extension of that huge-selling series: the Player Plus. What’s the deal?
The One Series delivers a heavily editable synth pedal with 128 user presets and a lot of musical potential
Ashdown’s Guitar Magnifier head features a deceptively simple preamp that delivers a wide range of tones into the classic quartet of EL84 output tubes – all at real-world prices
J Rockett reimagines the Deluxe Memory Man concept with the help of the classic analog delay's original architect
Acoustic carbon-fiber guitar manufacturers Emerald take a bold step into the twin-humbucker semi-acoustic market with one of the most versatile instruments we’ve encountered
The Streamliners might well be Gretsch’s start-up range, but with numerous new 2021 models and an on-trend new pickup design, they’re gathering quite a head of steam
Why that funky brand from the '60s making modern German-made guitars using innovative high-tech production methods should be on your radar
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