Friday, November 15, 2019

Reviews

Rotosound Ultramag strings

Review: Rotosound Ultramag electric guitar strings

Need more magnetism from your electric strings? Rotosound has you covered with its new Ultramag range.
Snake Oil Fine Instruments The Very Thing and Marvellous engined

Review: Snake Oil Fine Instruments Marvellous Engine and The Very Thing

Gather round, ladies and gentlemen, for the very latest in distortion and overdrive… but do Snake Oil’s tone-curing elixirs really work?
Nik Huber Orca '59 angled style shot

Review: Nik Huber Orca ’59

Nik Huber’s small team of eight builds around 240 guitars every year in a workshop just outside the German city of Frankfurt. When it comes to boutique single-cuts, this is one of the very best.
dearnaley natural and sunburst acoustic guitar

Review: Dearnaley Guitars Natural & Sunburst

Cylinder-built acoustics tend to be rare, expensive and mostly associated with contemporary design. But Dave Dearnaley’s cylinder builds combine a pre-war aesthetic with recycled old-growth timbers.
Chapman Guitars V2 ML2 Modern Standard angled black background

Review: Chapman Guitars V2 ML2 Modern Standard

The ML2 singlecut was the second instrument designed collaboratively with the Chapman fanbase. Time to check out the 2019 edition.
walrus audio arp-87

Review: Walrus Audio ARP-87 Multi-Function Delay

A versatile, multi-voiced box of galactic delay textures from a boutique brand known for pushing the boundaries.
vintage gibson 1963 es-125tcd

Looking for a bang-for-the-buck vintage Gibson archtop? Try this 1963 ES-125TCD

Some of Gibson’s more affordable archtop models offer the best bang for your buck on the vintage market. We check out one such example, purchased new back in ’63 just 160 miles west of Kalamazoo.
IK Multimedia AXE I/O studio angled shot

Review: IK Multimedia AXE I/O

IK Multimedia has the recording guitarist in mind with its new 2-in/5-out audio interface with advanced guitar tone-shaping. Is it the interface guitarists have been waiting for?
dunable cyclops

Review: Dunable Cyclops

From California maker Dunable comes a one-pickup guitar with, er, two pickups… and a visual banquet of natural timbers. Is this the ultimate high-class rock axe?
beetronics swarm

Review: Beetronics Swarm

The insect-loving Californians’ latest luxury fuzz pedal, with added harmonies and synth-like modulation, threatens to be its noisiest creation yet.
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