This is just one of those rare cases where you can’t help but wonder why no one had thought of this idea before. Well, someone had to be the first and with the DX-2, MXL won this race easily as no one else saw it coming and even knew it was category.
When Nita Strauss was in the design process of her signature Ibanez guitar, an opportunity to also work with DiMarzio on some signature pickups arose – and she took it. Please meet the Pandemoniums!
Both the Nemesis Delay and the Ventris Reverb by Source Audio can set your guitar sound up for a larger-than-life vibe on their own. But use them together and you’re off to a whole different planet sonically speaking!
Fret King collaborated with Gordon Giltrap to create a super-versatile guitar that would cover a wide range of sonic ground. And GI’s Tom Quayle sets out to review it. He found something that puts this one above the rest…
We have absolutely no doubt that Vintage’s ICON series gives you the most guitar (or bass!) for the price. And once you have checked out Guitar Lava’s demo and review of the V6 strat, we bet you’ll agree with us!
It’s new-brands-at-Audiosupport season. Please meet Fret-King that was raised by the legendary Trev Wilkinson to become a fair, wise and just ruler of strings – for guitars and basses alike! Let’s meet these royal gems.
See anything familiar? It looks like classics – and it looks like vintage! But these are new instruments that are inspired by the classics, yet also bringing new concepts to the table and deliver on quality and tone!
Well, in fact we welcome Vintage Guitars as a new brand in our portfolio of cool guitar brands, and we’ll share plenty of great stuff from them, but let’s start by showing you a couple of guitars right from the top of the line.
Source Audio’s brilliant Neuro app has been updated to take on Ventris for creating some extreme, insane and not least beautiful and mesmerizing reverb sounds. So get ready to buckle up and dive in.
DiMarzio’s Black Angle Acoustic pickups come in two very different versions. One that goes into the sound hole of the guitar and another – a piezo – that goes under the bridge. But what is the sonic difference?