The new limited run of the Black Ash Endangered Fuzz is EarthQuaker Devices' take on the classic Tone Bender fuzz/boost circuit. Limited to just 1500 units worldwide
This blonde-finish Class A/B combo amp is available for a limited time with a rather nice speaker upgrade, making it a very well-priced, unique-looking amplifier for the money.
These maple neck SE Custom 24 models are available in a range of cool colours - in Europe. A new limited run, this series looks like a lot of guitar for the money.
With saturated amp-like tones from this 'new' limited run overdrive pedal, this is based on a modification to a Blues Driver pedal from 16 years ago and now tweaked for 2017.
Vox have come up with a limited run of the AC Custom amps, with, ahem, a super exciting new colour of 'Maroon Bronco' -
can this reinvigorate our interest in these guitar amps?
This limited run of 300 guitars is made for the European market and celebrates 30 years since Whitesnake had a number one with 'Here I go Again' in the US charts (marketing schtick alert!)
Joe Bonamassa and Jeorge Tripps take their 'in-joke' one step further this year and release double the amount of overrated overdrive for a limited 2017 edition.
Looks like these new Custom Shop guitars will turn heads in more ways than one! With vintage Firebird colours and matching headstocks, they will certainly stand out from the crowd.
Four brand new Custom Shop guitars for 2017 and with some great new finishes and a new artist model as well. Will these new guitars get you fired up for a new guitar?
An interactive tone stack with tonal sweet spots and easy-to-dial-in drive tones: The new Soul Driven overdrive aims to offer "harmonically rich overdrive".
Session player Bob Bain played with many of the greats in his long career. Now Fender is celebrating his achievements by releasing a version of his heavily modded workhorse guitar.
PRS have just announced this interesting run of PRS SE Exotic Top guitars via their European page.
Zachary Vex has just announced a very special version of the ever popular Fuzz Factory pedal - the 111 uses a reversed-polarity, Spam Can-style transistor...
The Holy Fuzz is back - but only for limited time. All just marketing hype? Or does it actually offer something you truly cannot get elsewhere?