A failure at the time of its introduction in 1958, Gibson’s Flying V has become one of the most iconic and recognizable guitars of the rock and roll era.
With formidably talented players taking the instrument to new heights and innovative acoustic-electric builds, are we living in the new golden age of acoustic guitar?
Look beyond its paint job and this south-of-the-border Splattercaster compares with Fender’s Standard line.
The high priest of six-string bling, Nieminen's guitars have been played by the likes of Billy Gibbons and Pete Townsend.
If you can live without channel switching, reverb or an effects loop, you’ll likely dig what this stripped-down little hot-rod has to offer.
A Bluesbreaker in a Tweed suit? We take a closer look at a classic Fender combo and the evolution of rock and roll tone.
Investigate how you can sometimes get an extra bit of reverberation or the hint of a surprise harmonic from your acoustic.
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