The Tube Screamer is the starting point for this ultra-responsive evolution from Origin Effects
Forgo the five-year waiting list for Analog Man’s elusive King of Tone and give this collaborative MXR mini pedal a go instead
There’s headroom all the way up to the clear blue sky with this pedal-friendly tube combo from Supro
The Dinosaur Jr. main man gets his own signature Muff and it's one for connoisseurs and collectors alike
Orange's long out-of-production Phaser returns in a new old-school style, offering simple operation and a choice for pedal fans – which orange-colored box would you prefer?
The Black Crowes guitarist's signature dreadnought is a time-capsule piece that is steeped in Martin's storied history and pays tribute to Robinson's father – and it is a doozy
Fret-King steps up with a pair of new designs that focus on serious sound-mangling and high build quality but pretty affordable prices. Are they as good as they look?
The Vintage Series from Orange Amps revisits the archive for a trio of retro stompboxes – none more classic than this optical compressor
An acoustic guitar where sustainability and ecological common sense are a design and build priority. But do all these good intentions add up to a great-sounding instrument?
Take a flight of fancy into filtering, fuzz and frequency shifts with the latest from the bee-fixated boutique builders
After putting out a successful call for examples of rare 1970s originals, Orange has reissued its Distortion for the modern market – with heaps of retro cool
Electro-Harmonix adds another string to its bow with this versatile emulation pedal for lush synth and orchestral tones
Fender has been making Vintage Reissues since the AVR models of the early ’80s, but this new American Vintage II range? It looks set to challenge even the mighty Custom Shop
This affordable compact head joins PRS’s Jimi Hendrix-inspired HDRX range, which aims to reproduce Holy Grail late-’60s tones with modern design and components for improved tone and reliability
The latest Epiphone release from the collection of Joe Bonamassa is based on the ES-335 he used on his first album. But what happened next?