Includes Guitar Amp Modellers, Guitar Combos, Speakers, Pickups, Guitar Accessories plus Guitar-related Techniques/Tips.
With variable power and software control this tube amp seems to promise all things to all guitarists. Does it deliver the goods?
Livid Instruments’ Guitar Wing might not get your Telecaster airborne, but it could be its perfect MIDI controller partner.
This quality guitar amplification system combines the convenience of a soundhole pickup with the realism of a microphone.
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These active, noise-cancelling pickups employ a radical new construction technique and offer not one, but two classic single-coil tones.
Why do we need a ‘68 model of this classic amp when Fender already have a ‘65 in the range?
Can you really enjoy super-wide stereo sound from such a tiny amp?
Regular readers may recall my enthusiasm for the You Rock Guitar used as a MIDI controller in my review back in August 2011...
Need a fast-triggering MIDI guitar system that frees you from the constraints of cables? Look no further!
Guitar amps don't come much more portable than this updated model from Roland. But how does it sound?
Thanks to Tronical Systems, your guitar can now tune itself. Is this a valuable tool for committed guitarists, or a crutch for the lazy and tone‑deaf?
Can this tiny amplifier really sound as good as a full-sized amp?
Can you really obtain a realistic acoustic guitar sound from a pickup? With Schertler's latest offering, it seems that you can...
Following the success of their Tubemeister 18, Hughes and Kettner have spun off a low-power variant, the Tubemeister 5....
Can an all-solid-state guitar amp really use DSP to create a convincing tube-like sound and feel?
Marketing hype or a marriage of convenience between Audio-Technica, who provide the headphones, and Vox, who provide the guitar amp modelling?
Retro-style amp cabinet
To say that the guitar pedal market is saturated would be a grand understatement: it's hard to fathom how a newcomer could...
The Little Chopper is a boutique, 7W amp head, with a variable power control which allows the user to achieve their desired sound at manageable levels.
Looking like a typical guitar effects pedal, iRig Stomp is actually a guitar interface that will work with iOS devices, and is compatible with most iOS signal-processing apps.
Could this be the perfect low-power guitar amp for studio recording?
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