The Pine Tree State of Maine is home to premium acoustic maker Bourgeois. We test the Piccolo Parlor and D-Custom…
Taylor’s new top-of-the-line 12-string has been optimised by master luthier Andy Powers.
The six-strong Paramount series of electro-acoustics sport features that evoke 1960s Fenders and a range of spec and finish options.
The Epiphone name has become synonymous with high-quality, affordable sunburst electro-acoustics, and this trio maintain the trend while adding the revolutionary Min-ETune system.
This Mexican-made acoustic offers the illustrious Martin name for less than a grand, but is it ready for the road?
The new Signature series pairs British luthier Patrick Eggle’s lengthy acoustic-building experience with Indonesian manufacturing.
Forget all you know about maple. Taylor’s new-look 600 Series is here to challenge your preconceptions.
Seagull are producing a new cedar-topped OM in the Original Series, while their fresh Excursion range has a new bracing design – which gave a result that made us jump.
This all-mahogany fingerpicker comes attractively decked out with a slotted head, a cutaway, simple decoration and a B-Band system with soundhole control.
Freshman’s sturdy Maple Ridge series offers a selection of dreadnoughts and OMs, plus extra choice when it comes to cutaways, finishes and pickup systems.