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Test Pilots: Fender DeVille vs Bassbreaker

As Lanterns On The Lake gear up for their UK tour, Paul Gregory auditions two candidates to be his new live amp. Which one will win?

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe IV & Hot Rod DeVille IV Review

Fender Hot Rods have been around for over 20 years, and 2018 sees the fourth generation hit the streets. We test the latest versions of two of the world’s most popular amps.

Test Pilots: Fender Hot Rod DeVille ML 212

Lanterns On The Lake guitarist Paul Gregory takes the Fender Hot Rod DeVille ML 212 on a 10-date UK tour to find out whether it’s the one…

Fender Hot Rod DeVille ML 212 review

Simplified doesn’t always mean simple. We check out sessioneer supreme Michael Landau’s new, pedal-friendly combo.

NAMM 2015: Fender Hot Rod DeVille ML

Fender is to showcase the Michael Landau signature amp at this years NAMM…
Marco Wriedt

Marco Wriedt on his new band, The Arc Of Light, and becoming a Fender...

The guitar player talks about the early influence of Brian May and how a chance encounter with Fender at Musikmesse helped shape his career.

Fender refreshes Hot Rod and Rumble amplifiers

This year’s improvements include cosmetic, speaker and tonal enhancements for the guitar amps, and WiFi capabilities for the bass ones.

NAMM 2018: Fender upgrades Hot Rod & Blues Jr amplifiers

Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) today announced a refreshed line of its best-selling Hot Rod Series tube amplifier series, along with two new Rumble Series additions – Fender’s first Wi-Fi-enabled bass amplifiers.
Cold War Kids

Cold War Kids on why they were inspired by Kanye to embrace their DIY...

The US indie-rockers on why they felt they had to evolve as a band, and the thinking behind their ambitious new trio of albums, New Age Norms.
Sheer Mag A Distant Call

Sheer Mag on powerful new album A Distant Call and why you shouldn’t bother...

We hear from guitarists Kyle Seely and Matt Palmer on the making of the Philly rockers’ sophomore record.

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