Amplifiers

Review: Two-Rock Studio Signature head

If the big-bottle and big-iron sound is your thing, but a 100-watt power stage is too much, check out this medium-sized solution from California.

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: Orange TremLord 30

Is cleanliness next to godliness in Orange’s new high-headroom, tremolo-equipped combo?

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…

Review: Supro 1812R Blues King 12

Offering boutique tones for a bargain price, could Supro’s stylish new combo be a Blues Junior killer?

Review: Orange Pedal Baby 100

A solid-state, Class A/B slice of power with 100 real watts of citrus-sucking sunshine, designed specifically for the pedal-loving guitarist…

Review: Marshall Studio Series SV20H & SC20C

The Studio Series amps are all about authentic high-power Marshall tone without the earaches. We check out the Plexi-style head and JCM800-inspired combo…

Review: Blackstar Studio 10 EL34, KT88 and 6L6

What difference does a power tube make? We put Blackstar’s smart new trio of 10-watt valve combos to the test and set sail on a transatlantic tone cruise…

Review: Carr Telstar

It’s widely assumed that power-valve pairs have to be identical, but this ingenious design from Steve Carr is changing the conversation. Time to mix and match…
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