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By On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Peavey ValveKing Series Review

Peavey gets down and dirty with updates on the ValveKing series that include a brand-new super-compact 20W amp and an updated 50W combo. Review by Richard Purvis 20MH Micro Head Description: Two-channel 20W More...

By On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Tone King Sky King Review

If you love Tone King amps but can’t decide which one to buy, the Sky King does the lot – with extra output stage control, state of the art power-scaling and a fine reverb and tremolo too. Review by Huw Price Description: More...

By On Thursday, March 13th, 2014

Schecter Banshee 6 FR Active Review

If you want to slay the front row with killer riffs, Schecter knows how to deliver serious metal ordnance at a great price. Review by Marcus Leadley Details Description:Solidbody electric guitar. Made in South More...

By On Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Gartone Regal 15 Review

Born as a custom build for a client who wanted a British-voiced amp for smaller gigs with a low-power option for home use, the Regal 15 has now been added to Gartone’s line up. Review by Huw Price Details Description: More...

By On Monday, February 17th, 2014

Future Proof – Vintage Amps and Basses

A great guitar needs a great amp, and a great band needs a great bottom end. This month Sid Bishop looks beyond the limelight to investigate collecting guitar amplifiers and bass guitars Why would anyone want to More...

By On Friday, February 14th, 2014

Washburn Parallaxe PXM20FRFBCBM Review

The need for speed never goes away, and Washburn’s latest lengthily-named offering is a piece of rock apparatus tuned for high performance from the ground up. Review by Marcus Leadley Details Description: More...

By On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

NAMM 2014: Marshall Unveil Tattoo Amps

Marshall has joined forces with five of the country’s most respected tattooists to create a unique range of British-built amps, launching at NAMM this year, see below for the full press release     Press More...

By On Thursday, January 16th, 2014

Fender Stratocasters in the 1960s

By the mid-’60s the Strat was seen as a clean, polite guitar, far from the fire-breathing weapon craved by the new generation of blues fans. Before long, though, it would be brought back to the forefront by the More...

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By On Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Peavey Vypyr VIP-2 Electric Acoustic and Bass Combo Review

Most guitarists cover electric and acoustic, and many play bass too: so how about an amp that can handle all three? Review by Richard Purvis Description: 40W 1×12″ modelling combo for electric, acoustic More...

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By On Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

Darkglass Microtubes Vintage Bass Overdrive

This hand-built stomper promises high-quality grit and more versatility than a garage full of vintage bass amps. Review by Gareth Morgan Description: Dedicated bass guitar overdrive pedal. Handmade in USA Price: More...