13 Feb in GuitarA new limited edition range of American Performer Telecaster and Stratocaster have just been announced by Fender in a Raw Ash finish, with Yosemite pickups and Greasebucket tone circuits. Neat!
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12 Feb in GuitarThe Fender Eric Johnson Virginia Stratocaster Artist Signature model has a unique offset-seam body and is available in both limited edition US Custom Shop and US production models.
12 Feb in GuitarAfter last year's introduction of the Silverburst finish option, the Fender Mod Shop is now offering an all-rosewood neck option for five iconic designs!
10 Feb in GuitarYouTuber intheblues has done a blind test between the Fender Telecaster and Harley Benton TE-52 NA Vintage Series models. Can you tell which is which? Tell us in our poll.
09 Feb in GuitarVersion 2 of A Little Thunder pickups are slated for release in 2020, and should be on your radar if you're a guitarist looking for a way to produce some serious low-end via your guitar.
08 Feb in GuitarThe Line 6 POD is now over 20 years old! For many guitarists it was the first accessible amp modelling product. How well does the little red kidney bean fare in 2020?
06 Feb in GuitarIncoming from the Mad Professor! The FUZZ32 hand-wired germanium fuzz pedal has increased output, a boost toggle switch and isn't as susceptible to temperature changes as many vintage circuits.
04 Feb in GuitarDr Z's new stripped-back 15-Watt amp, the Z Wreck Junior, is based on the larger Z Wreck and dials back the power while retaining the "chiming cleans and blooming overdrive". No frills, just tubes!
04 Feb in GuitarThe new Gruv Gear modular LYNK Pedalboard and Kapsule system might be an enticing new option for for busy musicians that tour, gig and rehearse frequently using multiple effect pedal setups.
03 Feb in GuitarIt's 40 years of Jackson Guitars and its Custom Shop has hit the mark with a set of amazing axes that will either wow you or make you run for cover. Here are our favourites from the new series.
02 Feb in GuitarThe Heraeus AMLOY is the world's first 3D-printed bridge to use amorphous metals. Not only does it look unique, it also enhances the tonal properties of your instrument, apparently.