Amplifiers

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.

Review: Hughes & Kettner Black Spirit 200 Floor

If you’re Hughes & Kettner, there’s only one way to improve on a programmable 200-watt amp with valve-emulating analogue tone and on-board effects: turn it into a stompbox.

Review: Boss Katana-100 MkII

Boss’s Katana digital amps are widely acclaimed for their versatility. Here’s a look at the middle of the new MkII range, the 1x12 100-watt model.

Review: Boss Katana-100/212 MkII

Two speakers, 10 amp models, 60 effects, 100 watts – do the numbers add up for the flagship combo of the Boss Katana MkII digital amplifier line?

Review: Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb

Promising classic Blackface tones, impulse response direct outputs, handy switchable power options and around a 50 per cent reduction in weight, does Fender’s Tone Master series spell the end for the humble valve amp?

Review: Boss Katana-50 MkII

The Boss Katana-50 MkII is a combo from the effects-laden amp line that promises to be loud enough to take care of business in rehearsal and on stage
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