02 Aug in GuitarThe new G&L Espada was a design that Leo Fender was kicking around in the late '60s. Now the old blueprints have been found and this very Telecaster like guitars has been released.
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06 Jun in GuitarThe new Whitecap pedal is an 'asynchronous dual tremolo' combining digital and analogue sides that can be run in either series or parallel in a way we've never seen before.
27 May in GuitarCombine two pedals at once with the new GigRig Wetter Box! This new compact pedalboard friendly unit allows you to blend your effects pedals in parallel, so you can create your own tones.
27 Jan in GuitarErnie Ball Music Man has released their first ever Stingray Short Scale bass with a 30" scale length. But can these models keep that low-end intact?
24 Jan in GuitarThe world's first Random Fluctuating Phase Modulation Function? Maybe, but either way the new Free The Tone FF-1Y Delay sounds luscious and ethereal, as it undulates and modulates the delay.
13 Jun 2018 in GuitarThe Emissary is based on a JFET circuit, with clear highs and mid boost section to help make your guitar stand out in the mix. But is there enough here to set it apart from the competition?
18 Nov 2017 in GuitarWith high gain distortion, lush chorus and slapback delay in a series or parallel signal path, does the Excess have it all? Well, it sure does cram a lot into one pedal...
08 Sep 2017 in GuitarWhen two pedal companies work together, anything can happen. But will this new collaboration be the start of something special? Will it herald collaborations between Boss and other pedal makers?
03 Jun 2017 in GuitarCan this Californian amp giant conquer the acoustic amplifier market? This new model looks feature packed and could be the strong start they need to make an impression on acoustic players.
12 May 2017 in GuitarThe new Kiloton US-made 5-String bass looks like it can handle just about anything you can throw at it. With a simple control layout and great hardware throughout, this could be one explosive bass guitar...
19 Jul 2016 in Music TechAndrew Scheps and Waves have developed a signature plugin that simulates 4 of his go-to mixing processes. Cool looking interface, but how does it sound?