The limited edition Gibson School of Rock Les Paul Special features P-90 pickups, and comes in a fantastic black nitro finish with gold hardware.
Eastman's new Romeo LA thinline semi-hollow has set the bar high for what you can achieve with a classic guitar design.
This one-off Ron Thorn Meteora is the first time that the Fender Custom shop has taken on this unique guitar design - unfortunately the price tag will be way, way above what most of us can afford...
Gibson debuts a new line of Custom Shop '59 Les Pauls, the Abort Nacho series. Recreating the classic 1959 Les Paul, they weigh only 7lbs each - without weight relief. But how has Gibson done it?
Chapman Guitars teases a new "Battleworn" ML1 Pro, a guitar with a post-apocalyptic 'backstory' darker than any YouTube spat over who said what... Is this a stormy new chapter for Chapman?
The Gibson Original Collection and Modern Collection. It's going to be a crunch year for Gibson, a chance to prove its commitment to quality, vintage authenticity and consistency.
The era of flares, sideburns and hard rock was a time when Gibson rocked the world - the new Original Collection Classic V and Explorer models look set to take us back for more!
Based on the H44 Stratotone, Harmony Guitars' sleek new Juno model launches at Winter NAMM. Loaded with gold-foil P90s this model has a smaller body, but a standard scale length.
It's the PRS 35th anniversary year and the company is releasing three new Custom 24 models covering all price points: SE, S2 and Core. Plus the McCarty models are being tweaked a little for 2020.
In a world of Internet and instant access to information, you would think guitarists would be enlightened. Actually it turns out we will believe any old rubbish!
The new Grez Guitar Folsom gives you a unique combination of a Tele bridge pickup and Firebird neck pickup. These new Californian guitars certainly stand out from the crowd
Fender's Rarities guitar of the month for June is the Flame Ash Top Stratocaster, a premium two-piece ash body Stratocaster in a mellower Plasma Red Burst finish than previous Rarities models.
Another highly limited run of PRS models for the European market! This time it's the new PRS CE 24 Smokeburst with a satin nitro finish. Only 200 of these will be available.
That Gibson 2019 lineup they have been teasing is now official and you can now order one of 25 new models released from the US guitar giant. Hopefully, this will be a return to form?
A new Gibson Custom Shop 'mashup' of two guitars (one from 1959 and one from 1960) the new Les Paul Special Double Cut Figured Top combines two classic guitars into one.
Back in 2011, the first prototype of this quitar was introduced as the Voyager. Now it has finally gone into a limited production run as the Meteora and seems sure to divide opinion.
Gibson is back with a bang! This SG Special will be available in two great finishes and features P90s, Grade A tone woods and a sleek vintage look. Will this guitar make your wallet tremble?
The new Keeley Electronics Retro Super Germanium Overdrive is a custom shop overdrive pedal with a limited US release. It can go from low gain to full-on fuzz through an amp tone.
Gary Clark Jr has a great taste in SGs and his signature model is now available in a very traditional Vintage Cherry finish, which is handy as the last version in yellow sold out worldwide.
A beast of a guitar, the new Lzzy Hale signature model shows what Gibson can achieve - we hope that they can sort out their current woes so we can get more instruments like this!
Made in the UK, luthier built, custom guitars are now an option from Rob Chapman's Chapman Guitars. But are they perhaps too much and too expensive for their existing fanbase?
Is the new 2018 Eric Johnson Thinline Signature Stratocaster pure vintage sonic genius or is it just plain old ugly as sin? Hmmm, that f-hole!
If you are looking for a cool vintage American guitar, then this boutique guitar company should be on your radar. Plenty of option permutations to drool over here!
This guitar will, of course, be special to many Gibson die-hard fans and lovers of Slash, but is it really worth spending $4000 dollars on an autograph?