Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Amplifiers

Blackstar ID:Core BEAM review

Blackstar’s latest is a 20-watt practice combo and wireless hi-fi speaker in one box.

Orange Rockerverb 100 MkIII Review

This 100-watt stack recalls an era of roadies and huge flares, but it’s not just about the overdrive sound.

Hughes & Kettner TriAmp Mark 3 review – flagship amp tested

H&K claims that this "might just be the most intelligent, versatile tube amplifier the world has ever seen."

Carr Skylark Review

With evocative styling, a lush spring reverb, a mighty clever power attenuator and the ability to swerve from righteous tweediness to chiming sparkle, the Skylark may be Carr’s best yet.

Barefaced Big Baby 2 Review

Barefaced bass cabinets were always mighty capable, but the latest generation do an even better job.

Kemper Profiler Head Review

Pino Palladino, Tony Levin and a bunch of other big names are using the Kemper Profiler, now expanded for bass.

Marshall 1962HW and 1958X Combos

Which would you choose: the mighty handwired Bluesbreaker combo or its 18W 2x10" cousin?

Roland Blues Cube Artist Review

From the cream tolex right down to the writing on the badge, Roland’s Blues Cube echoes vintage amps from a certain other brand – but it sets about its work in a way that’s entirely modern.

Orange OB1-300 Bass Amp

New for 2015, the all-analogue Orange rackmount bass amps let you blend cleanliness and filth to your heart’s content.

ACUS One For Strings 5 & 10 Acoustic Amplifiers

From a simple acoustic guitar amp to a virtual PA-in-a-box, Italy’s Acus is a sound reinforcement company to watch.
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