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Fractal Audio Systems Axe-Fx III Review

The high-end digital modelling phenomenon returns with a third version that promises significant upgrades both inside and out. Darran Charles plugs in…

Fractal Audio releases the Axe-FX III

The Axe-FX III comes with a lot more power, a massive library of speaker cab simulations and guitar effects, and other features.

Gear Of The Year: Vote for the best affordable electric guitar of 2019

10 of our favourite affordable electric guitars of the year, starring the Fender Vintera range, a super Supro and a reborn Harmony icon.
Jimmy Eat World

Recording with iPhones and getting “too weird” – Jimmy Eat World on new album,...

Jim Adkins and Tom Linton on how the emo veterans took a DIY approach to push themselves making their new album.

Recording The Nothing, Korn’s 13th studio album, was not an easy process, says Munky

The guitarist on changing up the Korn writing process, tackling difficult subject matter, seven-string tuning issues and scaling back their live rigs.
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Review: Chapman Guitars V2 ML2 Modern Standard

The ML2 singlecut was the second instrument designed collaboratively with the Chapman fanbase. Time to check out the 2019 edition.
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Review: Mooer Preamp Live

Does this affordable, pedalboard-friendly digital modeller have the features and tones to scare the competition?
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You Ask: What’s the big deal with tube emulation technology?

As amp modelling advances, will we be able to distinguish emulation from the real deal?
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Review: Chapman Guitars V2 Ghost Fret Standard

Updated for 2019, this angular rocker features new pickups and a sharper focus on detail.
Rodrigo y Gabriela

How Rodrigo y Gabriela changed their style to make their most experimental album yet

The Mexican guitar duo on changing approaches, throwing caution to the wind, their five years in the wilderness – and why they’re not as good at guitar as people think they are.

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