What in the world of guitar gear got us excited in 2021? Guitar Player's editors and reviewers pick their favorites.
The acclaimed luthier’s high-end solidbody brings 1960s-inspired guitar design to the boutique market.
This might be one of the boldest efforts yet to squeeze an entire rig into the smallest space possible.
Sporting dual 6550 output tubes this uber-rare custom color finish model 1987 was made in England for the U.S. market.
The spirit of the golden-age with 21st century adaptations to suit the demands of today’s guitarists.
This winning rock formula is big, full, aggressive and muscular, yet well balanced and impressively musical all at the same time.
These Dark Gene amps are a blast and serve as an easy reminder of why the mini- and micro-amp craze is still roaring.
The Beatles legend's discovery of the 325 model launched Rickenbacker's British Invasion-era success.
The search for the perfect guitar led Bill Pearlstein to six rare Gibson L-5 electric archtops with uncommon body depths and features.
Fender’s humbly stylish Mustang was a popular “student” model of the 1960s that saw use with some big-name artists.
The Gibson Custom Shop's flagship models are clones of golden-era classics, hand-aged by Tom Murphy. We take a closer look at three of them to see if they live up to the hype.
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