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Hot Rod Deluxe

You Ask: What amp is a quieter alternative to the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe?

Want those high-headroom Fender Hot Rod Deluxe cleans at manageable volumes? These substitutes should suffice.

Win a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe IV combo!

The Hot Rod Deluxe is an institution – for two decades, Fender’s workhorse has been a fixture pubs, clubs, practice rooms and jam rooms the world over, and its versatility and fantastic tones have seen guitar players big and small come to rely on its charms for their live sound.

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.

Hot Milk went from office jobs to supporting the Foo Fighters in six months… and they’re just getting started

We meet the Manchester four-piece’s twin-guitar attack Han Mee and Jim Shaw to talk Teles, pawn shops and why they have very big aims indeed.
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AC/DC release new single Shot In The Dark

It’s their first new music since 2014.

Rig Diagram: John Frusciante, Red Hot Chili Peppers (2001)

From the archives: the guitars, amps and pedals of John Frusciante, Red Hot Chili Peppers (2001)

Jack Sherman, former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist, dies at 64

He recorded on the band’s debut album and co-wrote much of its follow-up, Freaky Styley

The Money Shot: 1957 Fender Musicmaster

A wonderful vintage Fender in time-capsule condition.

The Money Shot: Brian Ray’s factory black 1963 Custom Telecaster

A double-bound dream machine from the Paul McCartney guitarist’s collection.
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