Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Reviews

Charvel Angel Vivaldi

Review: Charvel Angel Vivaldi Signature DK24-7 Nova

Charvel adds another string to its bow with a signature seven-string for an American prog-metal virtuoso.

Review: Boss Katana-50 MkII

The Boss Katana-50 MkII is a combo from the effects-laden amp line that promises to be loud enough to take care of business in rehearsal and on stage
ThorpyFX Heavy Water

Review: ThorpyFX Heavy Water

Based on the boosting side of The Dane overdrive/booster pedal, ThorpyFX’s latest bombproof box is compact in size, but still lets you give ’em both barrels.
Universal Audio Marshall Legends Bundle

Review: Universal Audio Marshall Legends Bundle

Looking to capture the iconic roar of a vintage Marshall without waking up your neighbours? These UAD plug-ins may be the answer.
B&G Caletta Crossroads & Private Build

Review: B&G Caletta Crossroads & Private Build

The Tel Aviv company has moved into acoustic guitar production with a distinctly vintage vibe. And just like the Little Sister electric, you can custom-order a Private Build or buy a factory-made Crossroads straight off the rack.
Blackstar Silverline Standard & Stereo Deluxe

Review: Blackstar Silverline Standard & Stereo Deluxe

Blending cool boutique stylings with powerful digital processing and affordability, Blackstar’s new Silverline Series goes for gold.
Eastman Romeo (Hero)

Review: Eastman Romeo

The pursuit of your next guitar needn’t be a tale of star-crossed love. Meet Romeo, Eastman’s new thinline hollowbody design that promises more twang and spank than your average humbucker-loaded archtop.
Relish Mary One Hero

Review: Relish Mary One

Precision engineering and modern design combine to make a boundary-pushing guitar from the foothills of the Swiss Alps.
Millimetric Instruments MSG2

Review: Millimetric Instruments MGS2

From a Canadian luthier with a background in furniture design, this unique guitar is brimming over with engineering innovations – but what on earth is it going to sound like?
Gibson Les Paul Modern

Review: Gibson Les Paul Modern

Gibson’s top-of-the-line Modern Collection model might be the most versatile Les Paul around, but will it scare off the purists?
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