12 Results for "Corona"
09 May in LiveTired of your generic vocal mic? Then a retro-style microphone could be just what you need! We round up six of the best retro mics currently available, at all budgets, and give you our verdict...
19 Mar in GuitarCharvel has just added some new premium USA Select DK24 2PT models to its line-up, all built at its Californian Custom Shop, with great looks, HSS pickups and tasty finishes.
13 Mar in GuitarOnce upon a time, the standard USA-made Gibson or Fender was your go-to guitar. Now, both face enormous competition. It begs the question: Which "core" USA brand is getting your money in 2020?
28 Feb in SynthsWith many large events cancelling or postponing in light of the spread of Coronavirus, Superbooth has just made a statement to say that until Berlin is declared unsafe then they are good to go.
07 Feb in GuitarBuilt by Master Builder Ron Thorn, the new Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster 1 mashes up a Strat with a Saleen 1 super car - including three footpedals to control volume, tone and the built-in wah!
18 Jan in GuitarFender's Corona facility in California makes the American Originals range and this year they have added the new 60s Telecaster Thinline and 70s Telecaster Custom models.
17 Jan in GuitarThe Fender hand-wired '64 Custom Princeton Reverb is a reissue of a classic 12-watt combo from California. It is one of those amps that takes pedals well and has bags of tone.
08 Mar 2019 in GuitarThe new Fender Powercaster is a hardtail offset model, part of its new Alternate Reality series for 2019. Love it or hard pass? This model will certainly divide opinion...
18 Jun 2018 in StudioBritish manufacturer Sontronics has unveiled a peculiar retro-styled dynamic microphone, the Corona. Designed for stage and studio use, it has a tight super-cardioid polar pattern and it's been developed for ...
16 Jan 2018 in GuitarNew American-made Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jaguar, Jazzmaster, Jazz Bass and Precision Bass models with vintage stylings and modern playability. Something for everyone here, but has Fender played it too safe?