Fender’s regal dreadnought is a love letter to the company’s past, and might just be the big-voiced acoustic you need in your life
It's one of the most talked about builds of 2023, but how does the latest Greeny model fare when it's put under the microscope?
The Squier Paranormal range’s only baritone offers some unusual sounds for explorative players at a bargain price, but is it more jack of all trades than master of one?
Fender jumps into the lead of the modeling preamp race with a floor unit that's steeped in the brand's DNA and presents heaps of amp sounds and effects in an easy-to-use package
Squier's new entry-level Strat brings Leo Fender's most famous creation to the masses and begs the question: is there a better beginner electric guitar on the market?
The Skeleton Key is an op-amp distortion pedal that claims to hold the secret to Josh Homme’s guitar sound – but whatever you do, don’t tell anyone. We’re keeping this to ourselves, right?
Squier has reimagined its entry-level Bullet models as the Sonic series – and for under $200, you get a lot of beginner-friendly fun for your money
Styled somewhere between a Firebird and a Cabronita Telecaster, this is a mighty fine-looking new design from the ’70s Brit-brand – and at a very tempting price
Fender's new entry-level Squiers have been rebranded and refreshed as the Sonic Series, but is this hardtail humbucker-equipped Strat still the go-to electric for beginners?
Fender’s budget brand comes in strong with a convincing Telecaster that’s ideal for newcomers to the electric guitar, and a lot of fun for all players
The practice amp gurus are ready to make the jump from the home to the stage with this powerful and must-have extra for Spark users
Meet the augmented, dual channel Ironheart amp head – a versatile piece of kit with superb reverb and plenty of gain
Two sonic worlds collide to create a solid-gold winner – even if it is a Strat as you’ve never seen it before
Compact, crammed with gain and kitted out for home practice or the stage – meet the latest addition to Laney’s Foundry series
Squier is reviving a ‘70s classic with this affordable, versatile, eye-catching version of Fender’s increasingly popular semi-hollow Telecaster
Say it ain't so: the Blink-182 guitarist's stripped-back Strat has returned after 20 years away, and remains an addictive single-pickup rock machine