Monday, July 22, 2019

Reviews

Dr Z Z-Lux Amplifier Review

The Z-Lux promises to be a handwired, stripped-down, souped-up version of a classic.

Vigier Excalibur Ultra AP review

This little black number is Vigier’s first foray into active/passive switchability.

Red Witch pedals review round-up

These creative pedals take classic effects genres and pack them with extra control and flexibility.

Peavey Classic 20MH & ValveKing 20MH review

Peavey has joined the lunchbox frenzy with mini versions of some of its best-known heads.

Vintage Bench Test: 1978 Zemaitis

Tony Zemaitis’ guitars became iconic thanks to the rockstars of the 1970s. We take an in-depth look at a 1978 example…

Vox AC10 C1 review

The AC10 is arguably the least appreciated of the classic Vox amps, but it’s back as the AC10 C1.

Letters from America – Gil Yaron Bolt S

After relocating to Arizona, Israeli luthier Gil Yaron set about a rethink of one of guitar history’s most iconic designs. We inspect the Bolt S…

Feline Lion Cub review

The Lion Cub is a deceptively simple guitar, with a set-neck, all-mahogany construction.

James Collins GTA review

Down in rural East Sussex, James Collins hand builds singular, double-cuts from beautiful timber.

Epiphone FT-350SCE, AJ-45ME/VSS & EL-00 Pro review

The Epiphone name has become synonymous with high-quality, affordable sunburst electro-acoustics, and this trio maintain the trend while adding the revolutionary Min-ETune system.
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