Electric 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?

The Big Review: Epiphone Inspired By Gibson Les Paul Special, Les Paul Standard 50s & SG Standard

Are the upgraded Les Paul and SG models from Epiphone’s new Inspired By Gibson line the best affordable electrics the brand has ever produced?

Review: Gretsch G2622TG-P90 Limited Edition Streamliner

With a pair of P-90 pickups and a centre-block, this isn’t your average Gretsch – but it certainly makes a statement.

Review: Harmony Standard Series Silhouette

Combining vampy looks with a pair of foil-topped mini-humbuckers, the reborn Harmony range’s resident offset promises distinctive tones to match its premium build.

Review: Gordon Smith GS-0 Special

UK electric guitar specialists Gordon Smith wheel out a pawn-shop infused blues machine.
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