Bob Tyson couldn’t find any replicas that sounded like vintage PAFs and P-90s, so he made his own. Huw Price puts two Tyson Tone sets to the test while attempting to avoid the words ‘punchy’ and ‘bite’…
Few PAF-replica makers can claim to be using Gibson’s actual 1950s machines. Huw Price asks: does it make a difference, or is it a wind up?
Can an S-type ‘tremolo’ emulate the tuning stability of a Floyd Rose without changing the looks or tone? Huw Price tests the Wudtone…
Oil City’s pickups exude the spirit of the Thames Delta. Huw Price tries the Winterizer II, Wapping Wharf and HonkyTonk Angel.
A high-quality yet eminently affordable wireless system that incorporates cable simulation technology.
All that sparkles is not gold, but it could be for an extra five quid. Huw Price does the twang thang with a nickel set of McNelly Sparkletrons…
If McNelly pickups are anything to go by, there really is a tone in North Ontario.
Combining frame construction with a flat surface, do Smorg’s boards provide the best of both worlds?
Guitars come and go, but once a player finds the right pick it’s surprising how loyal they can become. Herco Nylon Picks were used by many star players, and now these classics are back, thanks to Dunlop.
Diago Sprinter an ultra-portable, lightweight mini-board with soft case.