The brand new EHX Super Pulsar expands upon the classic Pulsar tremolo pedals and is packed with features that can make any tremolo effect possible. Its powerful controls let you create classic...
Enter Shikari renew their archly political assault while expanding their sonic horizons on The Mindsweep.
Guitar Planet takes on eight of the most hotly hyped artists seeking to make 2015 their own.
Rival Sons are no longer a good live band or an act awash with potential; The Great Western Valkyrie cements their status as a great rock band, plain and simple.
Just you try and slow him down: Angus Young is a force of nature, immune to age and armed with a fresh arsenal of sky splitting riffs.
Annie Clark kept the guitar at the heart of her sound even as she continued her transformation into a deranged digital age cyborg.
The year’s finest country release came in the form of a mind warping, perception-busting slice of future-classicism from Sturgill Simpson.
Brutish, brazen and ungodly satisfying, Royal Blood rode a barrage of chugging bass grooves all the way to the top of the charts in 2014.
Opeth may preach exclusively to the converted, but to overlook the Swedes’ staggeringly consistent brilliance is foolhardy.
Soothing and sorrow-laden in equal measure, Lost In The Dream by The War On Drugs left Guitar Planet speechless.
Guitar Planet has had a love/hate relationship with Slash since Velvet Revolver split, but it remains impossible to deny his freewheeling riffs and slippery solos.
The only artist on our countdown who didn’t release a studio album in 2014, Gary Clark Jr. wowed live and in person.