These pickups can win over even the most technophobic, tradition-loving guitarist
Delivering an impressive balance of brilliance, clarity, body and breadth, the PRS CE 24 Semi-Hollow is an incredibly responsive and dynamic electric
This guitar ticks all the boxes for comfort, feel, playability, portability and most importantly, sound
The Taylor Grand Pacific models represent the most significant enhancement of the traditional dreadnought design and sound since its introduction 85 years ago.
This is hard to beat if you’re looking for an amp with highly distinctive tone with full body, rich harmonics and expressive depth.
For its streamlined beauty and ergonomic design, the Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty Tiger Eye is an unrivaled instrument for dextrous playing and tonal possibilities.
Fender’s Full Moon Distortion and The Pelt fuzz pedals take high-gain distortion and fuzz to a new level of excellence.
The IK Multimedia Axe I/O makes it easy to record incredible guitar tones without an unlimited budget and an advanced recording engineer degree.
The Gretsch G6131-MY Malcolm Young Signature Jet nails Malcolm’s tone while also providing players with an outstanding instrument for developing their own sound.
The FS-TA features Yamaha's fantastic TransAcoustic technology, with all the top-notch craftsmanship the company is known for, at a price that won't break the bank.
The Boss GT-1000 delivers extremely powerful guitar tone and effects capabilities in a stage-worthy, portable, all-in-one rig package.
The Fender Player Series Stratocaster HSH is a bargain for an instrument that packs a wallop in tone and features.
The EarthQuaker Devices Swiss Things Pedalboard Reconciler performs an impressive variety of essential functions and makes it easy for guitarists to maximize the potential of their pedalboards.
At its heart the Origin50H is all about providing the most beloved classic Marshall tone in its most pure and unadulterated form.
Comparing a product that does almost everything under the sun to a Swiss Army knife may be cliché, but in the case of the Line 6 HX Stomp it’s hard to think of a better comparison.