Decorated in memory of a Mississippi bluesman, this American boutique stompbox is packing a lot more distortion than you might expect
This American boutique pedal aims to get under the yellow cloth of the late-’50s Fender Deluxe, often cited as the pinnacle of overdriven tone
It may be a twin-pickup solidbody with a bolt-on neck, but the P90s and Gibson-style bridge take the 290 somewhere new – and then there’s the contour control…
This Canadian-made delay factory promises tape-style filtering and modulation plus all the flexibility of digital – can it deliver the best of both?
Simple, pure and not very expensive at all… could retro guitars like this P90-equipped powerhouse be the answer to all of Gibson’s problems?
Nobody knows more about smooth and classy overdrive than T-Rex – and this one has a booster that can go before or after the dirt.
Ever wanted to take a classic guitar solo and loop it, bring it up in the mix, play along at half speed or even mute it so you can do something better?
It’s a name associated with big, stadium-filling rock tones… but this Boogie’s tiny enough to fit in a Dual Rectifier’s back pocket. Can it still do the job?
TC have been making lush and shimmery chorus effects for decades; this one combines two classic sounds with the ability to add loads more
It may have the usual solid build and high-class finish, but the clue is in the exposed pickups: this is one Les Paul that does NOT think it’s a jazz guitar.