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Orange O Bass & Orange OB1-300 combo review

One of the world’s most distinctive amp brands turns its attention to building basses – and there’s a new bass combo to boot.

Gretsch Streamliner Collection review round-up

Grown-up Gretsches at pocket-money prices? We find out what the new-for-2016 Streamliner Collection has to offer.

How I got started… Chris Rea – Rea-view Mirror

Veteran songwriter and slide ace Chris Rea looks back on what made him pick up the guitar in the first place.

Interview: Status Quo – No Substitute For Class

Following the release of a new ‘definitive’ hits collection, Accept No Substitute, we speak to Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt as Status Quo hit the road again.

Blackstar Artist 30 & Artist 15 review

These two combos offer a flavour of Blackstar’s handwired Artisan series at prices that won’t scare away those without deep pockets. Will we be starstruck?

Interview: Foals

At a time when British guitar music appears devoid of a credible standard bearer, Foals enter the new year with a brilliantly bold and expansive fourth album, a Brit Awards nomination and a sprawling world tour that will see them play the biggest shows of their lives.

Elektra The 185 review

Elektra’s replica of the Gibson EH-185 suggests pre-WWII amps could be pretty sophisticated beasts.

Interview: Poly-Math

Math-rockers with a taste for art.

Six of the best – Acoustic amps

Modern acoustic performers need great sound and onboard effects in a portable package. Here’s our pick of the best solutions…

Fryette Power Station review

More sophisticated than passive attenuators, reactance amplifiers can boost as well as reduce your amp’s output level, opening up a world of possibilities.
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