Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Electric Guitars

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.

PRS SE 277 Semi-Hollow Soapbar

Not just for metalheads, this affordable baritone from PRS is far from a one-trick pony, as we find out.

Vigier Excalibur Ultra AP review

This little black number is Vigier’s first foray into active/passive switchability.
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