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 been a long time coming, but Seth Baccus’s Argonaut is finally here and sets a new level for offset design. Guitar‑making rarely gets better than this!
Following the success of Fender’s Acoustasonic series come two somewhat more traditional-looking electros. Packed with Fender/Fishman innovation, could they be even cooler?
British builder Jason Snelling aims to turn reclaimed wood, parts and pickups into viable and vibey Strat-style guitars
Fender jumps into the lead of the modeling preamp race with a floor unit that's steeped in the brand's DNA and presents heaps of amp sounds and effects in an easy-to-use package
Squier's new entry-level Strat brings Leo Fender's most famous creation to the masses and begs the question: is there a better beginner electric guitar on the market?
The new 2023 Joe Doe by Vintage range boasts a totally fictitious history but some refreshingly different takes on the classics
The latest in the Axe I/O family is a compact and portable recording solution with dedicated features for electric guitars
The Skeleton Key is an op-amp distortion pedal that claims to hold the secret to Josh Homme’s guitar sound – but whatever you do, don’t tell anyone. We’re keeping this to ourselves, right?
Squier has reimagined its entry-level Bullet models as the Sonic series – and for under $200, you get a lot of beginner-friendly fun for your money
The modding world has gone pickup crazy, and now Gibson has joined the fray with its Pickup Shop. We put two of its flagship humbuckers under the microscope
Styled somewhere between a Firebird and a Cabronita Telecaster, this is a mighty fine-looking new design from the ’70s Brit-brand – and at a very tempting price
Fender's new entry-level Squiers have been rebranded and refreshed as the Sonic Series, but is this hardtail humbucker-equipped Strat still the go-to electric for beginners?
Gibson’s poster child gets a bonnie upgrade with the Custom Color Series. Inverness Green? It's an Inver-yes from us
This fresh take on the classic offset outline teams humbucker and P-90 pickups with top-name hardware and stunning looks
Fender’s budget brand comes in strong with a convincing Telecaster that’s ideal for newcomers to the electric guitar, and a lot of fun for all players
Cream T’s fledging guitar line-up was upended earlier this year, but now its core model, the Aurora, is back, and with it, its radical pickup swapping feature
A small but mighty fuzzstortion for all your metal needs, but this has an appeal beyond the denim and leather cohort
At £12,240 (nearly $15,000), this premium-level model from the renowned UK-based acoustic builder is the most expensive guitar we have reviewed, but it might also be one of the best. Want to know what a high-end acoustic plays like? Read on…