32 Results for "Ola Englund"
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?
09 Jan in GuitarA new high-gain lunchbox amp head from Revv, the G20 packs a shed load of cracking features into a 20-Watt tube amp with modern flexibility, including Two Tones' Torpedo implementation.
20 Dec 2019 in GuitarThe SMG Cock Blocker is an easy-to-use noise gate that keeps noise and hiss in a tight stranglehold with some clever circuitry - especially useful for high-gain playing.
16 Dec 2019 in GuitarOla Englund's Solar Guitars has just unleashed four new 7-String models for 2020, with something for all budgets amongst these pointy headstock'd axes of doom!
30 Aug 2019 in GuitarAn interesting new design with sharp edges and some unusual finishes (well, for Solar Guitars!): Ola's brand launches three new guitars in its Type G series - including one that isn't black!
05 Aug 2019 in GuitarThe brand new LIBRA IR mixer is the world's first to allow guitarists to blend up to eight simultaneous Impulse Responses at once using its Cartesian Mixer front end!
25 Jun 2019 in GuitarThe new G2 pedal is based on the Green channel from Revv's Generator amps heads, and is designed to act like "touch-sensitive" amp channel covering the boost, crunch and mid-gain range.
16 May 2019 in GuitarSolar Guitars' new Type G models are a range of single cut guitars first spotted back during Winter NAMM. Can Ola Englund's Type G compete with LP-inspired models by ESP/LTD?
29 Mar 2019 in GuitarThis thing looks like it can crush skulls at 20 paces: Ola Englund's Solar Guitars has a new 8-string, the A1.8C! Looks like this will handle all you can throw at it and more. Time to Djent?
02 Feb 2019 in GuitarMorbid Angel's guitarist Dan Vadim Von is the latest artist to join the Solar Guitars roster, with not one but two signature models bearing his name due to be released in 2019.
28 Nov 2018 in GuitarThe latest pedal from Mish Mansoor's Horizon Devices is a single-knob affair based around their popular Precision Drive's ability to tighten your low-end signal. Perfect for Djent!