String height is essential to a guitar's playability. Here are five things to keep in mind when adjusting it.
Is there magic in some vintage pickups? Sure, but not because of any mystical fairy dust sprinkled between the windings in Fullerton or Kalamazoo.
Introduced in 1969, the “see-through” Ampeg Dan Amstrong guitar earned its own modest fan club of top-name guitarists.
The 'Bird is the word for Doug Kauer as he presents a familiar favorite with a stunning flame maple top.
The legendary amp company turns its hands to Impulse Responses with this superb direct recording tool.
Designed for students, the Fender Duo-Sonic nevertheless attracted the likes of Hendrix, Bloomfield and Gallagher.
The good doctor delivers once more with a superbly assembled 15W amp that delivers a wide array of exemplary tones.
Matthew Caws finds sonic bliss with his ’69 Tele and a trove of overdrive pedals on Nada Surf’s 'Never Not Together.'
A Bluesbreaker in a Tweed suit? We take a closer look at a classic Fender combo and the evolution of rock and roll tone.
Many of these are simple secrets of the pros and better still, several of them won’t cost you a penny.
Players seeking vintage specs tend to rave about nickel strings, but not all products advertised as nickel strings are what they seem...
From feel to the tone of your guitar, here's everything you need to know about the impact of scale length
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