Electric Guitars

Review: Ivison Guitars The Hurricane

With years on the road as a guitar tech and musician under his belt, Neil Ivison recently made the transition from high-end replica builds to original electric guitar design. Will The Hurricane blow our minds?

The Big Review: Gibson Custom ’63 Firebird V & ’65 Non-Reverse Firebird V

Gibson’s wall of custom-colour Firebirds was one of most arresting sights at NAMM 2020. We put a pair of these rare birds to the test.

Review: Fano Omnis GF6 & MG6

One of the biggest names on the boutique scene launches its most affordable instruments to date.

The Big Review: Fender Vintera Road Worn ’50s Telecaster & ’60s Stratocaster

Fender’s Road Worn guitars return with improved relic’ing and an attractive range of custom colours. Is this the no-brainer guitar purchase of 2020?

Review: Suhr Pete Thorn Signature Series

A rock ’n’ roll machine at heart with switching options that could make it the ultimate session player’s guitar.

The Big Review: B&G Goldfinger

Does this boutique dream machine prove B&G has the Midas touch?

The Big Review: Nik Huber Piet

A sophisticated blend of offset, Telecaster and Les Paul Junior influences from a guitar maker at the peak of his powers.

Review: Joe Doe by Vintage Jailbird

Indie spirit meets mainstream muscle in this quirky collaboration between Joe Doe Guitars and John Hornby Skewes… but is the Jailbird good enough to be a breakout hit? 

Review: Eastman SB55DC/v

Though the inspiration is obvious, this new double-cut features some well-considered and interesting twists on the student set-neck theme.

The Big Review: Fender 70th Anniversary Broadcaster

Most of us will never get the chance to see a vintage Broadcaster in the flesh, let alone play one, so Fender’s 70th Anniversary production model might be the next best thing. 
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