Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Amplifiers

Lazy J J10LC Review

Many discerning pro and amateur players consider Jesse Hoff’s amplifiers to be among the finest on the planet. We meet a new model that might be the best Lazy J yet…

Blackstar 10th Anniversary Artisan 10 AE Review

Northampton’s finest celebrates a decade in the game with an affordable combo inspired by the class of 2008.

Orange Rocker 15 Terror & Brent Hinds Terror Review

Twelve years on, Orange’s game-changing Tiny Terror continues to bear juicy fruit with this promising pair of compact heads.

Swart Antares Review

This boutique maker claims its new amp combines the best of its other amps in a package that’s also totally unique. Confused? We find out if Swart can keep it sweet…

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe IV & Hot Rod DeVille IV Review

Fender Hot Rods have been around for over 20 years, and 2018 sees the fourth generation hit the streets. We test the latest versions of two of the world’s most popular amps.

Blackstar HT Venue MkII Club 40 & Stage 60 212 Review

Blackstar gives its award-winning mid-price amplifier range an overhaul. We check out the new breed…

Black Volt Amplification Crazy Horse Review

Eye-catching cabinets and a unique vibe have seen this LA amp company generate the right kind of buzz among A-list players. We saddle up the Crazy Horse…

Fender ’64 Custom Deluxe Reverb Review

A hand-wired Deluxe Reverb with blackface AB763 innards and a solid pine cabinet is the reissue many players have been dreaming of.

Satellite Neutron Review

Still slightly under the radar, Satellite amps offer great value in the hand-wired world, but does the Neutron live up to its promise as a boutique bomb?

Honeyboy Amps 18 & 5 Review

They may be dressed like psychedelic reptiles, but these hand-wired British combos are tweed on the inside.
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