Thursday, January 17, 2019

Reviews

Bad Cat Unleash Review

An attenuator and an amp, all in one? Yes, Bad Cat’s unique Unleash is all about volume – less of it, or more… or lots, lots more.

Burns Nu-Sonic Bass Review

If you’re looking for light weight and impeccable ’60s credibility then the weeny but addictive Nu-Sonic might be for you.

Martin 000-18E Retro Review

Martin aims for the perfect blend of vintage and modern by packing a traditional 000 with the very latest electronics.

Digitech Luxe Review

This ‘polyphonic detune pedal’ promises to make everything sound better – and that is a very, very big claim indeed.

Orange Beginners Electric Guitar Starter Pack with CR12L Combo Review

Whether starting out or returning to the fold, a starter pack can get you rolling in the right direction.

Eko Mini EVO EQ & EGO Icon Review

Eko’s Italian connection involves a team of top Italian players and luthiers designing and engineering the various models, which are then constructed in China.

Tanglewood Evolution IV TAB1-CE Review

For beach, garden, studio or even light stage use, this Tanglewood is a great value entry-level electro-acoustic bass.

Howling Wolf 5/15 Combo

A new name in amps is always welcome, and this British-built solid-state/valve hybrid combo takes a refreshingly different approach to getting boutique tones.

BC Rich Mockingbird Polarity Standard

When it comes to outrageous style and solid sound, BC Rich has always pushed the boat out.

G&L Tribute Series ASAT Classic & Bluesboy Semi-Hollow Review

If you like slick, speedy necks and fat-sounding pickups on a traditional frame, then G&L’s Tribute series guitars are some of the best buys out there.
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