Monday, March 25, 2019

Reviews

Reunion Blues Continental Voyager

Review: Reunion Blues Continental Voyager

Tired of shouldering flimsy gigbags or manoeuvring unwieldy hard cases? This high-tech solution combines convenience and durability…
Maybach Lester Jr Review

Review: Maybach Lester Jr Double Cut Special

Conceived in Germany and made in the Czech Republic, Maybach’s guitars are keenly priced and make no bones about their inspiration. Perhaps this is one European union that won’t prove divisive…
Gibson Skylark back panel

Vintage Bench Test: Gibson GA-5 Skylark

The Gibson Skylark is an underrated small amp from the late 50s and early 60s that many vintage collectors are focusing on as a viable alternative to pricier Fender equivalents. Read on to discover that great things really do come in small packages…
gibson 2019 les paul studio sg standard tribute

Review: Gibson 2019 Les Paul Studio Tribute & SG Standard Tribute

Gibson has an ‘under new management’ sign in the window and a simplified range in-store, including these two stripped-down classics. Are they tempting enough to get you through the door?
video

Review: Jennings Guitars Catalina & Voyager Deluxe

Do these cool thinline offsets from California have the substance to match their boutique stylings?
Carr Telstar feature image

Review: Carr Telstar

It’s widely assumed that power-valve pairs have to be identical, but this ingenious design from Steve Carr is changing the conversation. Time to mix and match…
video

Review: Chapman Guitars ML1 CAP10

YouTube personality and musical instrument retailer Lee Anderton has a new Chapman signature model, inspired by the modded 1986 Stratocaster that’s his go-to guitar. Will you hit ‘like’?
video

Taylor 2019 Grand Pacific Models Review

After 45 years at the cutting edge of modern acoustic manufacturing, do Andy Powers’ new Grand Pacific guitars see Taylor wind back the clock and deliver more vintage-inspired tones?
Lowden F32 Review Feature

Lowden F32 Review

If you’ve always liked the vibe of Lowden’s O-shape acoustics, but are looking for a more compact instrument, an F model may just prove to be the perfect fit instead.
Morley wah pedals review feature

Morley Mark Tremonti, Michael Amott & DJ Ashba Skeleton Mini Wahs Review

Morley catches the eye with this trio of limited-edition signature wah-wahs that are intended primarily, but not exclusively, for use with high-gain tones. And one even glows in the dark…
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Stay Connected

170,760FansLike
47,482FollowersFollow
3,898FollowersFollow
24,440SubscribersSubscribe
Advertisement
Advertisement