With more letters after its name than the dean of an Ivy League College, this Pacifica is more than qualified to rock our world
This classy modern update on the classic solidbody singlecut welcomes multi-voice Fishman humbuckers to the party
With Patrice Vigier's Excalibur design celebrating its 30th birthday, we take the start-up model out for a spin
Developed by Joe Knaggs and his team with blues-metal star Eric Steckel, this is a superlative single-cut on every level
It’s the second return to the PRS Core line for the Studio. So, what’s changed since it was last introduced 10 years ago?
Another retro bass comes into our sights – but does this affordable model offer more than a chic peek in the rear-view mirror?
Besides making guitars for a host of brands including PRS, Cort’s own boutique-inspired designs are making serious waves...
An anniversary model celebrating 75 years since Clarence Leonidas Fender launched the company that would change popular music forever
This signature Cutlass takes the concept of the high-performance electric guitar into a new dimension of luxury
“I don’t like new guitars, but out of the box this is absolutely perfect," the Eagles legend says of his luxurious new solidbody
With über-classy designs such as this, Patrick James Eggle's status as a premier boutique builder is assured
Two decades on, PRS’s SE range is out-selling the USA Core models by some margin. Let’s drop in on a pair of grown-up 2021 models
Here’s something a little different in looks, style and sound to further showcase the talents of the small ’shop guitar maker
The blues-rocker's second signature Epiphone LP features a Seymour Duncan P-90 Dogear pickup and a stunning Double Gold Aged finish
Two recent releases from Charvel and EVH brands remind us of the legacy and guitar design skills of Eddie Van Halen
A single-pickup solidbody singlecut that's unbeatable for value – is Benton setting the standard for entry-level electrics?
Those looking for a classy pro-quality instrument overlook Yamaha's longest-running electrics at their peril