24 Jan in GuitarBringing back classic Marshall amps from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s but in a 20-watt format and in head or combo formats. The new Studio Series are full of classic British valve tone
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24 Jan in GuitarThe new Blackstar signature JJN-20R Jared James Nichols is a two-channel, 20-watt amp head in Racing Green and has a few neat tricks up its sleeve. Bluespower!
11 Jan in GuitarBlackstar is launching the HT-20R MKII head and combo at NAMM 2019. Will this updated version of a popular amp bring enough to the table to convince players in a saturated market?
27 Nov 2018 in GuitarUK amp guru Denis Cornell has just announced his new boutique Traveller 5 all-valve combo amplifier - this thing has lots of appeal for players needing great but portable tube amp tones.
18 Nov 2018 in GuitarJohan Segeborn is at it again! This time he is comparing 17 different preamp valves in his old Marshall amp - and the differences in sound are astounding. But which one sounds the best?
11 Apr 2018 in GuitarHiwatt has chosen Musikmesse 2018 to launch the DR401, a full-on 400 W bass amp head built at its Custom Shop facility in Doncaster, England, incorporating a total of 12 valves!
30 Jan 2018 in GuitarThis compact new amp head from Laney includes built-in cab simulations, three channels and enough power to gig with - and some handy recording tools as well.
25 Jan 2018 in GuitarMarshall is back with new all valve single-channel British voiced amps that range from 5 watts all the way through to 50 watt models for 2018
12 Apr 2017 in GuitarThese two new combos have been hotly anticipated and should be hitting UK dealers about now.
07 Apr 2017 in GuitarA new 50 watt valve amp due later this year and with classic looks, hopefully with classic tones as well.
26 Jan 2017 in GuitarTwo years in the making the new Marty Friedman twin channel valve behemoth full of German amp gain is finally ready.
20 Apr 2016 in GuitarA boutique-spec'd metal amp for the price of a mass-produced amp? Hand made in Panama, these new 15-Watt guitar heads certainly look very flexible for the money.