Moog MF Chorus review


The synth pioneer has turned its attention to the world of compact guitar stompboxes. Simon Bradley finds out what the foog’s going on Robert Moog is considered to be the father of modern synthesizers, and although he sadly passed away in 2005, his legacy lives on. Guitarists have had their ears bamboozled by Moogerfooger stompboxes for a few years More...

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By On Monday, November 23rd, 2015

News: Avante releases new Baritone Electro Acoustic Guitars

Avante has just released news about a new range of Baritone Electro Acoustic Guitars, which are available in both 6 and 12 string models. Read on for more info: Avante Baritone Electro Acoustic Guitar designed More...

Guitar & Bass November-50
By On Friday, November 20th, 2015

Marshall Astoria Classic: AST1H head & AST1C combo review

Marshall’s new Astoria series sees the company combine vintage and modern features in an attempt to take a slice out of the boutique market. Huw Price gives the Classic model a spin… What actually constitutes More...

Tyyster opener
By On Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

Tyyster Pelti review

With its sheet metal body and internal pickup, the Tyyster Pelti is more than a retro-modernist fancy. Huw Price goes (mint) green Maybe it’s something to do with the persistent cold, or the long winter months More...

By On Friday, November 13th, 2015

Boss RV-6 Reverb review

Boss has upped its reverberation game with an eight-voiced digital stomper… will Richard Purvis be feeling a hall lotta love? Not so long ago, reverb was basically an amp thing. Most likely, you’d have More...

Guitar & Bass November-12
By On Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Vigier GV Rock review

The best-known electric luthier outside of the US unveils a new single-cutaway design. Richard Purvis assesses its true worth… France may not appear a very rock ‘n’ roll country. Alhough they have More...

Guitar & Bass November-7
By On Monday, November 9th, 2015

Godin Session LTD review

A limited edition of a workhorse, with new finishes, upgraded pickups and a clever vibrato system. Simon Bradley investigates Canadian company Godin has always produced a wide and versatile choice of instruments, More...

By On Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Letters from America: Port City Merino – 10-Watt 1×12” combo

In his latest look at the best gear across the pond, Dave Hunter runs the rule over a beautiful little hand-crafted combo Since they’re based in Asheville, North Carolina, on the edge of the Smoky Mountains, More...

By On Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Martin GPCRSGT review

This Mexican-made acoustic offers the illustrious Martin name for less than a grand, but is it ready for the road? Rick Batey finds out Maintaining a busy gigging schedule can be hellish on both body and soul, More...

By On Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Eventide H9 Max review

The ultimate stompbox now has a Max version with loads of extra sounds… including distortion. Review by Richard Purvis Does this look familiar? Back in June 2014, we reviewed a little white box called the Eventide More...