The Z-Lux promises to be a handwired, stripped-down, souped-up version of a classic.
This little black number is Vigier’s first foray into active/passive switchability.
These creative pedals take classic effects genres and pack them with extra control and flexibility.
Peavey has joined the lunchbox frenzy with mini versions of some of its best-known heads.
Tony Zemaitis’ guitars became iconic thanks to the rockstars of the 1970s. We take an in-depth look at a 1978 example…
The AC10 is arguably the least appreciated of the classic Vox amps, but it’s back as the AC10 C1.
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…
The Lion Cub is a deceptively simple guitar, with a set-neck, all-mahogany construction.
Down in rural East Sussex, James Collins hand builds singular, double-cuts from beautiful timber.
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.