From updated classics to modern single- and double-cut options, here's our pick of electric guitars that deliver for less than a grand
The German manufacturer delights and disappoints with one guitar that comes with its own silver lining and another that needs a bit more devil in its details…
Made-in-China version of Alice in Chains frontman's signature comes with choice of Framus or Duncan pickups, set neck, lower price tag
Fitting for a visionary, genre-defying artist like Townsend, the Stormbender seems like an unconventional instrument, but it makes perfect sense once you get to know it
The German brand teams up with the legendary guitarist to deliver a highly-spec'd and striking signature guitar
The lower-cost Idolmaker features a AAAA flamed maple top, Seymour Duncan pickups and a tune-o-matic bridge.
If you’re looking for a single guitar that can get you through an entire gig, the Diablo Pro is a very worthy choice.
Framus' latest model combines the outline of the original Diablo with the contours of the company's Idolmaker model.
Extremely easy to play with a well-balanced tone, the FP14ME is a brand new boutique-style parlor guitar from the Framus Legacy Series.
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