Sunday, August 25, 2019

Electric Guitars

Tyyster Pelti review

With its sheet metal body and internal pickup, the Tyyster Pelti is more than a retro-modernist fancy.

Vigier GV Rock review

The best-known electric luthier outside of the US unveils a new single-cutaway design.

Godin Session LTD review

A limited edition of a workhorse, with new finishes, upgraded pickups and a clever vibrato system.

Patrick James Eggle Macon Carved Top review

After focusing on acoustics in recent years, one of the UK’s best luthiers is back in the electric game.

B&G Little Sister review

With its ES-140-like body and a slot-head parlor neck, is the B&G Little Sister a retro curio or a viable player?

Letters from America: Thorn Artisan Limited – Series 3

We check out boutique exotica from Thorn, the Artisan Limited - Series 3…

PRS Paul’s Guitar review

Paul Reed Smith’s name is on all of his guitars, but this one combines his favourite features.

Postmodern Love – Fender Custom Shop Postmodern Journeyman Relic Stratocaster & Telecaster review

The Fender Custom Shop’s Postmodern Series cherry picks features from six decades of the company’s heritage. We check out a pair of electrics with vintage looks and modern, player-friendly features…

Gretsch G9555 New Yorker Archtop with Pickup review

When rock ’n’ roll was in its infancy, most electric guitars looked like this.

Strandberg Boden 8 Custom Shop review

Despite the retro-obsessed nature of our industry, some guitar makers continue to innovate.
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