Monday, February 18, 2019

Acoustic Guitars

614ce Builder’s Edition taylor

Taylor 614ce & 614ce Builder’s Edition Review

Taylor’s revolutionary V-Class bracing makes the jump to its 600 series in the shape of two 614ce Grand Auditorium models. Michael Watts finds out if V-Class is permanent…
Eastman E1D

Eastman E1D Review

New for 2018, Eastman’s E1D is a no-nonsense, all-solid dreadnought that’s ideal for that tricky ‘first upgrade’ acoustic purchase. James Stevens investigates…

Faith Legacy Mars, Earth & Neptune Review

Paying homage to three Patrick James Eggle models, Faith Guitars launch the Legacy Series, comprising of three special electros. James Stevens takes a look…
PRS SE T40E

PRS SE T40E Review

PRS launches an all-new series of affordable SE electros in an effort to offer something for everyone – and the no-nonsense SE T40E could be an electro for all seasons, as James Stevens reports…
Eastman E1P-LTD, E100-LTD E100SS-LTD

Eastman E1P-LTD, E100-LTD & E100SS-LTD Review

All-solid tonewoods, bone appointments, nitrocellulose finish and Fishman electronics may seem like high-end stuff, but each of these guitars costs under a grand.

Larson Bros Prairie State OM Style 2 VS 1900

Swedish brothers Carl and August Larson crafted some of the most sought-after acoustics of the golden era, and now at last their guitars are back in production. Huw Price crosses State lines…

Lowden S-35 12 Fret Acoustics Review

The body size and shape may be familiar, but these are some of the very first Lowdens with a 12th fret neck join and re-designed bracing.

Breedlove Frontier Concerto E

Breedlove’s Concerto body shape was designed to match the tonal punch of a dreadnought, but be more comfortable to play. James Stevens explores an all-mahogany version.

Art & Lutherie Legacy Tennessee Red Review

Combining believable vintage looks with modern production techniques, this mid-sized acoustic offers the best of both worlds. James Stevens investigates…

Taylor Builder’s Edition K14ce with V-Class bracing Review

Taylor’s V-Class bracing is a seismic shift in acoustic construction that promises more volume, great tone and improved intonation.
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