Saturday, September 21, 2019

Electric Guitars

Gretsch Players Edition & Vintage Select Edition review

It ain’t nuthin’ but a G twang as we check out a couple of contrasting new takes on old classics from Gretsch…

Fender American Elite Series review

The new Elite Series guitars feature redesigned pickups, compound neck profiles and refined body contours. Are these the best production Fenders ever?

Kauer Arcturus review

Kauer guitars feature high-quality tonewoods, boutique pickups and on-trend shapes. We test out the Arcturus…

Gibson Memphis 1958 ES-335 VOS

1958 was also the year of the sunburst Les Paul, the Flying V and the Explorer, but Gibson’s thinline archtop was arguably the greater achievement.

Letters from America: Koll Duo Glide

Saul Koll produces around 100 highly sought-after guitars a year in his Portland, Oregon workshop.

Hagstrom Retroscape H-III review

Hagstrom’s H-III was a classic 60s instrument and this update captures its spirit perfectly.

John Page Classic Ashburn review

A boutique-style S-Type with a name that will be familiar to students of Fender’s recent history.

Gretsch Streamliner Collection review round-up

Grown-up Gretsches at pocket-money prices? We find out what the new-for-2016 Streamliner Collection has to offer.

Letters from America – Johan Gustavsson Bluesmaster Custom 59

This beautiful Swedish-built ‘burst marries classic L.P and T-style looks with fine luthiery.

Novo Guitars Serus T review

Dennis Fano left the company that bears his name to found Novo Guitars. We sling on the first example to land in the UK.
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