It’s easy to take the humble boost pedal for granted, but in the right hands – and with the right pedal – boost can be a hugely versatile and musical addition to your pedalboard, no matter what style of music you’re playing.
If you’ve played in a band at any point in the last quarter of a century, the chances are you’ve been on stage with one of Marshall’s Dual Super Lead amplifiers.
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The Fender Stratocaster is the most iconic electric guitar of all time, and over the years its faultless curves have been cradled by everyone from Hank Marvin and Eric Clapton to Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour, all the way through to more modern guitar heroes such as Simon Neil and Albert Hammond Jr.
From their workshop in Chester, Matthew Bascetta and his small team have rapidly developed a reputation for producing some of the most wonderful aftermarket guitar pickups around, and over the last few years we’ve been consistently blown away by the build, vintage fidelity and simply stunning sound of House Of Tone’s pickups, whether they be humbuckers or single-coils.
Whether you’re listening back to your latest home recording project, practising at home in blissful isolation, or relaxing with your favourite tunes, a great set of cans is an essential part of any musician’s arsenal.
Paul Talbot is often cited as one of the world’s leading exponents of a graphic tattoo style that inspired a whole scene. He also loves guitars…
Robert Keeley is one of the leading lights of the boutique effects scene – his sublime creations have been gracing the pedalboards of rock stars and tonehounds for more than 15 years now. And thanks to Keeley Electronics, one lucky reader will join that discerning club by winning a Caverns V2 delay/reverb pedal.
The Hot Rod Deluxe is an institution – for two decades, Fender’s workhorse has been a fixture pubs, clubs, practice rooms and jam rooms the world over, and its versatility and fantastic tones have seen guitar players big and small come to rely on its charms for their live sound.
When Leo Fender designed his legendary Telecaster, little could he have known that he was creating perhaps the most versatile guitar design of all time.