This updated take on the Jazz Bass format isn’t flashy, but it’s a worthy, understated, all-rounder.
H&K claims that this "might just be the most intelligent, versatile tube amplifier the world has ever seen."
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.
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.
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
Loopers have been around for a good while, but the new Pigtronix Infinity feels like it takes things to a whole new level.
Barefaced bass cabinets were always mighty capable, but the latest generation do an even better job.
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.
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?
Pining for the ’80s? Reintroduced in 2013, the Music Man Sabre brings back double humbuckers and even the string mute.