For some Gibson fans, the most important things in a Les Paul are mahogany, maple and alnico. This version has all three, and it’s way cheaper than a Standard…
The ToneBug range promises big sounds in small boxes, and these four recent additions offer everything from extreme distortion to fruity funk
For a limited run only, PRS’s basic single-cutaway model isn’t looking so basic any more… but does it have personality as well as looks?
They’re not exactly sexy, but a power supply could be the single most important thing on your pedalboard – and T-Rex reckon this is the best you can get.
Do you need an authentic 1957 Fender Deluxe to get the ultimate creamy tweed tone… or can you do it all with one small, brown, humble-looking pedal?
With their new Black Label range, Fret-King are promising custom shop quality at affordable prices – can this Gibson-inspired rocker prove a point?
It's sturdy, simple to use and makes your guitar sound like a Decepticon flying through an underwater disco...
Inspired by Soldano SLO-100, this pedal delivers the fattest most saturated tones one could ever wish for!
Sure, it looks like it should come with members of the cast of 'Grease' draped over it, but does the retro-tastic new Reverend signature model sound as good as it looks?
A great delay for anyone who is looking for a warm, analog, sound.