Includes Guitar Amp Modellers, Guitar Combos, Speakers, Pickups, Guitar Accessories plus Guitar-related Techniques/Tips.
Digital amp modelling has come a long way, but some guitarists still miss the ‘feel’ of a real amp on stage. Enter the Gemini 2.
Ogre’s Tubeholic pedal overdrive contains neither tubes nor, as far as I can tell, any alcohol. It does, however, feature 440g of barking-mad cast metal as its case.
An accurate tuner is an essential tool for live performance and studio work, but especially so for doing guitar setups. The new Peterson StroboPlus HD is accurate to 1000th of a semitone and features aback-illuminated LCD.
The phase-style effects created by these two new TC Electronic TonePrint-series pedals are anything but ordinary.
While an overdrive pedal might not seem like an obvious studio accessory I’ve often found that using an analogue overdrive pedal before a software modelling amp/speaker produces more musical results.
A combination power soak, DI box, speaker simulator and phase alignment tool, Radial’s Headload has a role in almost any guitar rig.
Don’t be fooled by its size — this diminutive 100W amp packs a serious punch.
While we’ve all been sitting waiting for the next big thing in studio recording, there’s been a quiet but very significant revolution going on literally beneath our feet in the world of effect pedals.
If you read my review of the Electro–Harmonix B9 Organ Machine effects pedal, their C9 will look very familiar but this latest pedal offers different sounds.
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?
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