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.
Whether starting out or returning to the fold, a starter pack can get you rolling in the right direction.
When it comes to outrageous style and solid sound, BC Rich has always pushed the boat out.
If you like slick, speedy necks and fat-sounding pickups on a traditional frame, then G&L’s Tribute series guitars are some of the best buys out there.
A new Strat is always a cause for celebration, especially when the price is right – and this, the latest Mexican offering, is a bit of a looker too. Review by Marcus Leadley.
There’s a lot of competition at the budget end of the buying spectrum, especially when you’re looking at classic designs. Marcus Leadley samples a fine contender for your hard-earned cash.
Great necks, fine looks, many of the design innovations of USA-made Music Mans and all at a fraction of the price, Sterling guitars are the dark horses of the budget market. Review by Hayden Hewitt.