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Tommy Emmanuel, CGP—Live and Unleashed

This interview was originally published in 2014. Fingerstyle guitar was not where he started out, but it is as one of the world’s pre-eminent fingerpickers...

Stanley Clarke Interview: School Days Revisited for Bass Legend

This interview was first published in 2014. “School Days” has come full circle for Stanley Clarke. The 1976 jazz rock hit long ago made the...

Single Pickups – The Power of One

At the dawn of the electric age one pickup was all you got, but then came the ’50s and ’60s with switching choices aplenty. Is there still a place for a guitar with the bare minimum of electronics, reflecting everything back on the skills of the player? Michael Heatley thinks there is…

Martin 000RS1 Review

The all-mahogany 000-15 reissue became a cult classic in the Martin range, and the 000RS1 is pretty much an economy version with stage-ready electronics as standard. Review by Rick Batey.

Sigma OOOR-28V Review

Looking really fabulous for the price, can this sweet 000 from Sigma’s Vintage Series deliver a quality sound to go with its excellent build quality? Review by Rick Batey.

LTD EC-256 MGO Review

There’s a lot of competition at the budget end of the buying spectrum, especially when you’re looking at classic designs. Marcus Leadley samples a fine contender for your hard-earned cash.

DIY Workshop: Squier Telecaster Upgrades

Lyndon Jones has a nice Squier partscaster for stage use but it could do with one or two little tweaks to make it perfect. Huw Price takes on the project and shows us how it’s done...

Sterling S.U.B. AX3 & Silo3 Review

Great necks, fine looks, many of the design innovations of USA-made Music Mans and all at a fraction of the price, Sterling guitars are the dark horses of the budget market. Review by Hayden Hewitt.
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