Specially commissioned by British blues guitarist Aynsley Lister, this take on the classic single-cut format comes equipped with a wrapover bridge and an old-school pickup combination.
UK company Snap Dragon claims to have created a “no-compromise travel guitar” – we find out if it should be in your carry-on this summer.
This Israeli guitar brand goes further than most in pursuit of vintage guitar tone. Does the end justify the spend?
Gibson might be ‘back’, but the competition aren’t resting on their laurels, either. Time to check out a thinline semi with a few ideas of its own.
The revived British brand returns with an all-new body shape and a scale adjustment, promising versatility and quality for those looking for something a little bit different.
Torrefied maple brings a new flavour to a familiar PRS recipe, but does it sound and feel as good as it looks?
These budget solidbodies have a pedigree that goes back to Leo Fender himself, in a roundabout way. Are they worthy alternatives to the usual S-types?
With a single owner from new, this White Falcon from the tail end of the Baldwin era is in near-mint condition and comes with a case that looks like candy. Time to embrace the bling…
Gibson Custom’s 60th Anniversary 1959 Les Paul Standard is the rejuvenated company’s latest attempt to replicate the most sought-after vintage guitar of all time. Could it be Gibson’s best Burst reissue to date?
Music Man’s Majesty model has always been built for speed, but 2019’s limited-edition Tiger Eye model offers progressive metal players a ride with unprecedented luxury. Time to rev up this magnificent seven…