Duesenberg’s most individual guitar design is back, with new colours, new pickups and a revised control layout.
If the name D’Angelico conjures up an image in your mind, it’s probably something like this. We take a closer look…
Affordable, American and original – is the Vela PRS’s coolest ever electric?
Nothing brightens up our day like a quirky British-designed guitar, and the Burns Steer reissue combines tradition with weirdness in a unique way. Marcus Leadley takes the bullock by the horns
The Revelation TTX-64 is a straightforward and extremely well-priced guitar that offers an interesting humbucking twist on a classic theme. What more could you ask for?
If you’re looking for some real jazz-age glitz and glamour then these handsome D’Angelico archtop electrics will teleport you back in time.
2015 is shaping up as a good year for high-quality low-price semi-acoustics. Marcus Leadley checks out the latest instrument from Michael Kelly
What’s the Swedish word for guitar? Well, it’s ‘gitarr’ – but as far as the music world is concerned, it might as well be Hagstrom.
Ultravox’s mighty Midge Ure played in Thin Lizzy for about seven and a half minutes, y’know, so this hard-rocking, whammy-equipped Vintage signature guitar is entirely right and proper. Review by Marcus Leadley
Taking inspiration from the late-’70s Les Paul Artisan but changing up the pickups, this latest Epiphone makes a very surprising signature model for a Sheffield metal guitarist.