Whether starting out or returning to the fold, a starter pack can get you rolling in the right direction.
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.
For beach, garden, studio or even light stage use, this Tanglewood is a great value entry-level electro-acoustic bass.
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.
When it comes to outrageous style and solid sound, BC Rich has always pushed the boat out.
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.
Overdrive, delay, an MP3 input and the noise of a mighty three watts, all for the price of – well, frankly, fifty quid.
Now lighter and louder with upgraded speakers, we see how the mightiest combo in Fender's Rumble series shapes up. Review by Gareth Morgan.
If it comes down to a choice between a tank of petrol and a Zoom multi-FX with looper and a tuner, the winner is obvious. Review by Marcus Leadley.
The all-mahogany 000-15 reissue became a cult classic in the Martin range, and the 000RS1 is pretty much an economy version with stage-ready electronics as standard. Review by Rick Batey.