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Orange Rockerverb 100 MkIII Review

This 100-watt stack recalls an era of roadies and huge flares, but it’s not just about the overdrive sound.

Carr Skylark Review

With evocative styling, a lush spring reverb, a mighty clever power attenuator and the ability to swerve from righteous tweediness to chiming sparkle, the Skylark may be Carr’s best yet.

Seagull Natural SG & S6 Concert Hall Review

Seagull are producing a new cedar-topped OM in the Original Series, while their fresh Excursion range has a new bracing design – which gave a result that made us jump.

D’Angelico EX-59 & EX-175 Review

If you’re looking for some real jazz-age glitz and glamour then these handsome D’Angelico archtop electrics will teleport you back in time.

Tanglewood TW130SMCE Review

This all-mahogany fingerpicker comes attractively decked out with a slotted head, a cutaway, simple decoration and a B-Band system with soundhole control.

Freshman Maple Ridge Reviews

Freshman’s sturdy Maple Ridge series offers a selection of dreadnoughts and OMs, plus extra choice when it comes to cutaways, finishes and pickup systems.

Lakewood Koa M56 Custom Review

Lakewood started out making bespoke instruments, and a guitar like this all-koa M56 Custom shows just what a fine job they can do with a special customer order.

ACUS One For Strings 5 & 10 Acoustic Amplifiers

From a simple acoustic guitar amp to a virtual PA-in-a-box, Italy’s Acus is a sound reinforcement company to watch.

Bad Cat Unleash Review

An attenuator and an amp, all in one? Yes, Bad Cat’s unique Unleash is all about volume – less of it, or more… or lots, lots more.

Martin 000-18E Retro Review

Martin aims for the perfect blend of vintage and modern by packing a traditional 000 with the very latest electronics.
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