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.
A new Strat is always a cause for celebration, especially when the price is right – and this, the latest Mexican offering, is a bit of a looker too. Review by Marcus Leadley.
Looking really fabulous for the price, can this sweet 000 from Sigma’s Vintage Series deliver a quality sound to go with its excellent build quality? Review by Rick Batey.
There’s a lot of competition at the budget end of the buying spectrum, especially when you’re looking at classic designs. Marcus Leadley samples a fine contender for your hard-earned cash.
Great necks, fine looks, many of the design innovations of USA-made Music Mans and all at a fraction of the price, Sterling guitars are the dark horses of the budget market. Review by Hayden Hewitt.
The ever-evolving APX line now has a handsome and improved entry-level model with a pickup and preamp that promise to be better than ever before. Review by Rick Batey.