Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Electric Guitars

Millimetric Instruments MSG2

Review: Millimetric Instruments MGS2

From a Canadian luthier with a background in furniture design, this unique guitar is brimming over with engineering innovations – but what on earth is it going to sound like?
Gibson Les Paul Modern

Review: Gibson Les Paul Modern

Gibson’s top-of-the-line Modern Collection model might be the most versatile Les Paul around, but will it scare off the purists?
Vuorensaku-T-Family-Birke

Review: Vuorensaku T Family ‘Birke’

Fresh from the lakeland region of central Finland, this pine-bodied boutique stunner blends Fender and Gibson design influences with a dash of rustic Scandi cool.
Eastman T484

Review: Eastman T484

A large semi can be unpredictable and unwieldy – and that’s the way many of us like it. But if you’re looking for something more compact and controllable, the T484 could be the answer.
Gibson SG

Review: Gibson SG Junior, SG Standard ’61 Maestro Vibrola, SG Standard ’61 Sideways Vibrola

The last 12 months have seen big changes at Gibson Brands Inc, with the aim of the company’s Original Collection being to give Gibson fans the guitars they want at prices that won’t break the bank. As we head towards 2020, does this horned trio of red devils prove that vintage-style SGs still deliver the goods?
Supro Silverwood

Review: Supro 1296 Silverwood

The Silverwood was described as “Supro’s finest electric” in the 1960 catalogue. This reissue combines simplified controls with in vogue Gold Foil pickups.
Bunting Melody Queen

Review: Bunting Melody Queen

Boutique offsets may have become almost as popular as fuzz pedals with hand-painted enclosures, but the Bunting Melody Queen is much more than an attempt to jump on the bandwagon.
Fidelity Guitars Stellarosa

Review: Fidelity Guitars Stellarosa

Public Service Broadcasting and The Horrors are fans, and Dave Grohl was recently seen playing one. If you’re looking for an inspiring retro electric with an identity all of its own, it’s time to get hip to Fidelity Guitars.
Nik Huber Orca '59 angled style shot

Review: Nik Huber Orca ’59

Nik Huber’s small team of eight builds around 240 guitars every year in a workshop just outside the German city of Frankfurt. When it comes to boutique single-cuts, this is one of the very best.
Chapman Guitars V2 ML2 Modern Standard angled black background

Review: Chapman Guitars V2 ML2 Modern Standard

The ML2 singlecut was the second instrument designed collaboratively with the Chapman fanbase. Time to check out the 2019 edition.
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