Which would you choose: the mighty handwired Bluesbreaker combo or its 18W 2x10" cousin?
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.
New for 2015, the all-analogue Orange rackmount bass amps let you blend cleanliness and filth to your heart’s content.
From a simple acoustic guitar amp to a virtual PA-in-a-box, Italy’s Acus is a sound reinforcement company to watch.
An attenuator and an amp, all in one? Yes, Bad Cat’s unique Unleash is all about volume – less of it, or more… or lots, lots more.
Whether starting out or returning to the fold, a starter pack can get you rolling in the right direction.
A new name in amps is always welcome, and this British-built solid-state/valve hybrid combo takes a refreshingly different approach to getting boutique tones.
Overdrive, delay, an MP3 input and the noise of a mighty three watts, all for the price of – well, frankly, fifty quid.
Now lighter and louder with upgraded speakers, we see how the mightiest combo in Fender's Rumble series shapes up. Review by Gareth Morgan.