The Reverend Dub King brings a welcome splash of originality to the short-scale semi-hollow bass market.
Which would you choose: the mighty handwired Bluesbreaker combo or its 18W 2x10" cousin?
If you’re looking for some real jazz-age glitz and glamour then these handsome D’Angelico archtop electrics will teleport you back in time.
2015 is shaping up as a good year for high-quality low-price semi-acoustics. Marcus Leadley checks out the latest instrument from Michael Kelly
This all-mahogany fingerpicker comes attractively decked out with a slotted head, a cutaway, simple decoration and a B-Band system with soundhole control.
What’s the Swedish word for guitar? Well, it’s ‘gitarr’ – but as far as the music world is concerned, it might as well be Hagstrom.
From the cream tolex right down to the writing on the badge, Roland’s Blues Cube echoes vintage amps from a certain other brand – but it sets about its work in a way that’s entirely modern.
Freshman’s sturdy Maple Ridge series offers a selection of dreadnoughts and OMs, plus extra choice when it comes to cutaways, finishes and pickup systems.
Lakewood started out making bespoke instruments, and a guitar like this all-koa M56 Custom shows just what a fine job they can do with a special customer order.
Roscoe’s Century Standard is tasteful, streamlined and well-equipped – and the ‘Plus’ option gets you a sweet maple top.