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We guide this reader on the road to tweed.
Inspired by five decades of tweed-based, 6V6 magic.
The record was produced by the Wilco frontman himself.
It was listed as a mystery 50s Fender amp, but what turned out to be a 1951 Pro needed a lot of TLC.
Fender’s V-Front cab was so complex to construct that it outsourced production before simplifying the design and bringing cabinet building in-house.
As part of The Guitar Magazine's Masterclass 2018 evening with Darrel Higham on 22nd February at Dingwalls, London, we are giving you the chance to WIN Darrel's go-to amp of choice… the Peavey Delta Blues 115 Tweed combo worth £1035!
Despite being tone monsters, Leo Fender’s early TV front amplifiers are less sought-after than later narrow-panel tweeds. We find out if Rift’s interpretations of the 5A2 Princeton and 5A3 Deluxe circuits are boxing clever…
#SummerNAMM2016: Fender has revealed some new additions to its amplifier family, the ’57 Custom Tweed series and the Bassman 800. The ’57 Custom Tweed...
In the latest instalment of his amp-advice column, Rift mainman Chris Fantana deals with the hot topic of bottle swapping.
Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti break down the restrained process behind Walk The Sky, from getting rid of guitar cabinets to being inspired by movie soundtracks.