Monday, July 22, 2019

Reviews

Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass Okoume review

This updated take on the Jazz Bass format isn’t flashy, but it’s a worthy, understated, all-rounder.

Hughes & Kettner TriAmp Mark 3 review – flagship amp tested

H&K claims that this "might just be the most intelligent, versatile tube amplifier the world has ever seen."

Digitech Mosaic & Polara Pedals Review

Why lug that 12-string to the gig for one song? Looking for the ultimate reverb collection? A couple of new pedals from the smart folks at DigiTech might have the answers.

Carr Skylark Review

With evocative styling, a lush spring reverb, a mighty clever power attenuator and the ability to swerve from righteous tweediness to chiming sparkle, the Skylark may be Carr’s best yet.

Burns Club Series Steer Cutaway Review

Nothing brightens up our day like a quirky British-designed guitar, and the Burns Steer reissue combines tradition with weirdness in a unique way. Marcus Leadley takes the bullock by the horns

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Review

Loopers have been around for a good while, but the new Pigtronix Infinity feels like it takes things to a whole new level.

Barefaced Big Baby 2 Review

Barefaced bass cabinets were always mighty capable, but the latest generation do an even better job.

Seagull Natural SG & S6 Concert Hall Review

Seagull are producing a new cedar-topped OM in the Original Series, while their fresh Excursion range has a new bracing design – which gave a result that made us jump.

Revelation TTX-64 Review

The Revelation TTX-64 is a straightforward and extremely well-priced guitar that offers an interesting humbucking twist on a classic theme. What more could you ask for?

Music Man Classic Sabre Bass Review

Pining for the ’80s? Reintroduced in 2013, the Music Man Sabre brings back double humbuckers and even the string mute.
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