Amplifiers

Review: Orange Terror Stamp

No bigger than a chunky stompbox, Orange’s latest Terror is a fully fledged 20-watt amplifier complete with valve preamp and (sort of) channel switching.

Review: Award-Session 5E3-Extra 22

Award-Session is a British institution in the field of analogue solid-state amps… but can you really replicate the sound of a tweed Fender Deluxe without valves?

The Big Review: Matchless Laurel Canyon 112R

The king of British-inspired boutique amplifiers debuts its first 6V6 circuit, and it’s every bit as good as you’d expect.

Review: Fender Mustang GTX100

Fender has set out to raise its digital modelling game with this 100-watt evolution of the Mustang amp line – but does it have the tone to match its impressive line-up of emulations?

The Big Review: Blackstar JJN-20R MkII Jared James Nichols Signature Combo

Fancy a shot of Bluespower? This affordable signature amp from Blackstar is ready to rock.

Review: Rajani VOD-50 Head

This new indie amp-builder is aiming for high-end sounds without using output valves. But can a hybrid really do the business for serious tonehounds?

Review: Blackstar Fly 3 Acoustic Stereo Pack

Sparks flew when Blackstar let loose its game-changing Fly micro-amp in 2014. Will the acoustic variant do for the unplugged brigade what its predecessor did for electric players or will this one fly under the radar?

Review: Blackstar Sonnet 60

Blackstar has teamed up with the singer-songwriter Jon Gomm to create a smart new solution for gigging musicians. Find out how it stacks up.

Review: Honeyboy Amps Mini-Twin speaker cabinets

Towering amp stacks are rapidly going the way of the dodo, but players with pedalboard amps and micro-heads are looking for compact and lightweight speaker solutions. Honeyboy might just have the answer.

Review: Supro Blues King 8

A single watt of output power may seem better suited to headphones than headlining, but the Blues King 8 is a lot more practical than you might expect.
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