Vintage PAF humbuckers may get all the plaudits, but many tone experts consider the P-90 to be Gibson’s greatest ever pickup.
Introducing a quartet of P-90 pickups that are faithful to vintage specs.
The home recording revolution has made it possible to get pro-level results on a shoestring budget. Here are some great options to get you started…
Compared to hallowed Stratocaster units, Tele neck pickups are often maligned, but if yours doesn’t cut it there are plenty of mods and upgrade options on the market.
Over seven decades, the Fender Twin has been one of the great guitar amplifiers. From the coveted tweeds of the 1950s to digital modellers, it has continued to evolve but always bears testament to the invention and dedication of one man: Leo Fender, amplifier genius.
Huw Price finally fulfils a long-held ambition as he takes a well-worn vintage Gretsch Anniversary and turns it into a 50s-style 6120 dream machine.
Getting a good live acoustic sound – using either a pickup, a mic or a combination of the two – is a tricky business. Here are six solutions.
All amps have sweet spots where they sound best, but it’s not always possible to crank them up to gig-level volume. That’s where attenuators come in.
Have a monster of an amp stack at home but can't crank it? Pick up one of these attenuators.
Is it or isn’t it? We try to figure out if there’s a genuine 1957 Stratocaster lurking beneath this dodgy refinish or whether it’s just fool’s gold.