Fender has refreshed and renamed its American Elite series for 2020, but do the Californian guitar giant's new flagship electrics raise the standard?
It may not tune your guitar any better than your current tuner, but we still absolutely love this thing.
The Epiphone Les Paul SL is an affordable, solid guitar with playability and pickups that give it larger-than-life swagger.
The Positive Grid Bias Mini Guitar may be tiny, but it’s a powerhouse that can confidently replace an entire room of amps.
The Fender California Player acoustics are perfect for electric players who don’t want to cramp their style when playing acoustic.
The Aqueduct is a real head-turner, not to mention one of the most fun pedals EarthQuaker Devices has ever produced.
The Fender American Original ’60s Jazzmaster certainly will inspire a new generation of players like the Sixties original did.
The Seymour Duncan Fooz Analog Fuzz Synthesizer revives early guitar synth technology while offering the advantage of modern sound quality and reliability.
The Vox Mini Superbeetle combines classic looks with sweet jangly tone in a miniature amp stack that will sit well onstage — or anywhere.
Offering guitarists the utmost in playing freedom, the wireless, compact Boss Katana-Air is truly liberating from a tone creation, practice, recording and performance perspective.
The B-2 delivers a crystal-clear guitar response that sounds as good as a high-quality instrument cable.
The Orange OMEC Teleport makes it easier than ever to combine digital software/app models with pedals and amps in your performance rig.