Electric Guitars

The Big Review: Manson Meta Series MBM-1

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy is now at the helm of Manson Guitar Works, and 2020 sees the arrival of this new, affordable plug-in baby.

Review: Music Man Sabre

An ancient and sharp-edged weapon from Music Man’s past has been forged anew for the modern player. But can it cut it?

Review: Gretsch G6134T-LTD Limited Edition Penguin

One of the coolest guitars of NAMM 2020 touches down in the UK. Hopefully we can stop looking at it for long enough to play the damn thing.

The Big Review: Relish Trinity

The high-end Swiss maker has unveiled a less dauntingly priced introduction to its instant pickup-switching concept – but can the Trinity really replace three regular guitars?

Review: Gordon Smith GS Deluxe Semi Solid

You may associate Gordon Smith with stripped-back punk axes, but this chambered charmer suggests the British maker can also compete at the classier end of the market.

Review: Gretsch G6129T Players Edition Jet FT

In the mid-1950s, Gretsch began covering miniaturised archtops in glitter. Now, it's bringing those sparkling 1950s stylings bang up to date.

Review: PRS SE Mira & SE Starla Stoptail

The Maryland company’s retro-inspired Mira and Starla models arrive in their most affordable incarnations yet. Time to take the plunge?

The Big Review: Fender Player Lead II & Player Lead III

As Fender reboots its near-forgotten Lead Series with some striking colour options, we ask whether these stripped-back strummers are good enough to justify their revival.

Review: Gretsch G2210 Streamliner Junior Jet Club

This stripped-down and hot-rodded Gretsch solidbody has a tempting price tag to match.

Review: Framus D-Series Diablo Supreme & Idolmaker

Made in China using German engineering and American electronics, are these models a match made in heaven or diabolus in musica?
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