Morley takes their iconic fuzz sound – as used by Metallica bass legend Cliff Burton – and splits it off from the wah-wah that it usually rides with.
When one of the world’s most experienced mainstream guitar makers teams up with one of the finest custom luthiers, cool stuff is bound to happen.
Alex Wilson checks out this hot-rodded rock machine from one of today’s biggest upstart amp companies.
Positive Grid takes its BIAS Head and shrinks it right down to ‘chuck it in your gigbag’ size.
Alex Wilson investigates the latest iteration of these common, low-budget studio monitors to see if they deliver the goods.
Described by the company as, “straight-up rock with reverb and tremolo."
Fender replaces its American Vintage Reissue series with a fresh take on what a guitar inspired by the instrument’s golden era can be.
A drummer at your feet? It’s either a sadomasochist’s dream or an innovative pedal.
Wanna play an acoustic guitar, but consider the necks to be a turn-off? Fender has some California for ya.
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