Amplifiers

Review: Fuchs Audio Technology Blackjack 21 MKII combo

With a reputation for superior tone, no-frills design and a client list that would be the envy of any amplifier manufacturer, Andy Fuchs knows a thing or two about high-end tube amplification. Here’s a model from the Fuchs stable that you don’t need to be rock royalty to afford…

Review: daRibeira Salamandra R112TW

If you like the tone of a speaker cabinet that’s free to resonate, or you prefer the look of solid wood to tweed or tolex, this might be just what you’re looking for.

Review: Blackstar HT-20R MkII

Northampton’s finest has overhauled its best-selling range for 2019. Here, our attention turns to a 20-watt combo with a low-power mode that will hit the sweet spot for many players.

Review: Rift Amplification Aynsley Lister Signature

After five years of R&D, British blues guitarist Aynsley Lister’s quest for “my sound, in a box” has been fulfilled. We get the lowdown from Aynsley and Rift main man Chris Fantana and put the results of their collaboration through its paces.

Review: Blackstar HT-1R MkII & HT-5R MkII combos

Will the MkII Blackstar HT-1R MkII and HT-5R MkII valve-powered combos, with their newly updated looks, functionality and sounds, answer your rehearsal needs?

Review: Cornell Amps Traveller 5

Denis Cornell has built valve amps for the likes of Eric Clapton, Noel Gallagher and Wilko Johnson, and the Traveller 5 is a low-wattage offering from Southend On Sea’s finest…
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