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Vintage Bench Test: 1969 Fender Rosewood Telecaster

Late-1960s Telecasters are not especially rare – unless they happen to have a rosewood body and neck like the guitar George Harrison played on the roof of the Apple building in 1969.

Review: Analog Man Jim Weider Big-T Telecaster pickups

When a Tele-picking great joins forces with boutique pedal aficionado and respected pickup manufacturer to design custom pickups, expectations are bound to be high. But how do these aftermarket Telecaster pickups stack up?

DIY Workshop: How to spray a 1950s-style cherry sunburst finish

Nothing beats the look of a late 1950s Les Paul Standard. Find out how to mix your own colours and spray your own sunburst using period-correct materials – and the best thing is you don’t even need specialist equipment.

The Big Review: Taylor Builder’s Edition 652ce

With compact dimensions, softened edges and reverse stringing, this is no ordinary 12-string.

Vintage Bench Test: 1963 Fender Bass VI

The ultimate secret weapon in the recording studio?

How to set up Filter’Tron pickups

To get the best from Filter’Trons, you need to set them up properly and ensure that the accompanying electronic components are present and correct.

Filter’Tron Shootout: Gretsch, House Of Tone, TV Jones, McNelly and more

We take a look at aftermarket Filter'Trons and see how they stack up against vintage and modern Gretsch pickups, as well as popular units from the likes of TV Jones.

DIY Workshop: Build your own Klone pedal

On lockdown and looking for a DIY project to keep you sane? Why not try building a clone of the legendary Klon Centaur with a Centura kit from Ceriatone.

Vintage Bench Test: 1961 Jazzmaster vs 1966 Jaguar shootout

Fender’s Jazzmaster and Jaguar might look similar, but when we put a pair of vintage custom-colour offsets through their paces, they prove to be very different animals.

Review: Six String Supplies Les Paul & Jimmy Page wiring harnesses

Upgrading your pots and wiring can have as dramatic an impact on tone as swapping out pickups. Will these UK-wired harnesses lend your Les Paul a new lease of life?
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