IK Multimedia moves its AmpliTube app into the micro-amp arena with its target set on the Fly. Can it create a similar buzz?
An oceanic analogue chorus from a UK brand renowned for its boutique excellence. Time to get salty…
We have The Beatles to thank for the popularity of the sunburst Casino, but this custom-colour model from the psychedelic era is a collectible delight.
Its name may have unsavoury connotations, but don’t let that put you off – this might just be the bargain vintage amplifier you’ve been looking for.
From tasteful to tripped out, boutique pedal supermos Walrus Audio’s latest, the Fathom, has your oceanic reverb needs covered – get in the sea.
Don’t be fooled by the artwork: these stylish little booster pedals hail from Canada. But do they have godlike tone to match their mythological names?
If you’re hankering for something that looks and sounds different to anything else on your pedalboard, it might be time to look to the Baltic state of Latvia for inspiration.
These budget solidbodies have a pedigree that goes back to Leo Fender himself, in a roundabout way. Are they worthy alternatives to the usual S-types?
With a single owner from new, this White Falcon from the tail end of the Baldwin era is in near-mint condition and comes with a case that looks like candy. Time to embrace the bling…
Gibson Custom’s 60th Anniversary 1959 Les Paul Standard is the rejuvenated company’s latest attempt to replicate the most sought-after vintage guitar of all time. Could it be Gibson’s best Burst reissue to date?