Tag archive for ‘Reviews’
Guitar & Bass extras-1
By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, October 9th, 2015

B&G Little Sister review

With its ES-140-like body and a slot-head parlor neck, is the B&G Little Sister a retro curio or a viable player? Huw Price finds out… Back in 2011, David Weitzman was listening to Robert Johnson and gazing More...

Guitar & Bass October-8
By Guitar-Bass.net On Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

PRS Paul’s Guitar review

Paul Reed Smith’s name is on all of his guitars, but this one combines his favourite features. Chris Vinnicombe takes a look… It’s 30 years since a young Paul Reed Smith took 20 guitars to The NAMM Show More...

Guitar & Bass October-14
By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, September 25th, 2015

Postmodern Love – Fender Custom Shop Postmodern Journeyman Relic Stratocaster & Telecaster review

The Fender Custom Shop’s Postmodern Series cherry picks features from six decades of the company’s heritage. Chris Vinnicombe checks out a pair of electrics with vintage looks and modern, player-friendly features… It’s More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Finhol Accutronics Spring Reverb review

Here’s a no-nonsense solution for anyone who needs classic spring reverb sounds. Accutronics spring reverbs (formerly produced by the reverb division of The Hammond Organ Company and now by Accu Bell Sound Inc) More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, September 11th, 2015

Faith FSGNBSY Neptune Signature review

The new Signature series pairs British luthier Patrick Eggle’s lengthy acoustic-building experience with Indonesian manufacturing. Rick Batey keeps the Faith. Faith acoustics combine all the know-how of the UK’s More...

Guitar & Bass October-3
By Guitar-Bass.net On Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

Jackson Ampworks The McFly review

Jackson Ampworks’ The McFly brings vintage Fender circuits into the present with some modern twists. Huw Price blasts off… Jackson Ampworks is a small boutique amplifier company based in Fort Worth, Texas. More...

Guitar & Bass September-12
By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, September 4th, 2015

Diago Sprinter review

Diago Sprinter an ultra-portable, lightweight mini-board with soft case Pedalboards don’t come much simpler than the Sprinter. Though Diago also manufactures hardcase boards that measure more than a metre More...

Guitar & Bass September-11
By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, September 4th, 2015

Hotone Skyboard Junior review

Is the tiniest pedalboard on test useful in grown-up scenarios? The smallest board of our magnificent seven, the Hotone Skyboard Junior can accommodate about six of the company’s tiny Skyline series stompboxes, More...

Guitar & Bass September-4
By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, September 4th, 2015

West Coast Pedalboard Little Rock review

High-quality, bespoke board that can be tailored to your every need… Based in Sonoma County, California, West Coast Pedalboard has been hand-building a variety of designs using as many US-sourced parts as More...

Guitar & Bass September-21
By Guitar-Bass.net On Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

Fender Hot Rod DeVille ML 212 review

Simplified doesn’t always mean simple. Huw Price checks out sessioneer supreme Michael Landau’s new, pedal-friendly combo. It all sprang from a chance encounter while out on the road. US session ace and sidekick More...