For this review we tested the Schertler Giulia X amp using a handful of different guitars and pickups and were impressed by the abundance of great tones the amp delivers.
Our reviewer found that for a big guitar with a big sound, the Takamine CRN-TS1 also offers an intimate quality that rewards an uncluttered approach, where notes are given the time and space to linger.
Review: The All-Koa Taylor 724ce Is a Stunning Grand Auditorium Guitar with Exceptional Warmth and Balance
Our reviewer found the Taylor 724ce to be an exceptionally comfortable instrument with an easy-playing neck and a resonant feel whether fingerpicked or flatpicked.
Review: The Nux Stageman II AC-80 Is a Versatile and Natural-Sounding Combo Amp for the Gigging Guitarist
The Nux Stageman II AC-80 is an 80-watt combo amplifier that includes a Bluetooth app, among many other cool features geared towards gigging guitarists.
The Fender Paramount PR-180E is an affordable resonator that has a sweet sound and appeal for slide guitarists, fingerpickers, flatpickers and strummers alike.
The Eastman E20OOSS/v is a 14-fret acoustic guitar with a slotted headstock, all-solid-wood construction, and luxurious details—plus it's got great tone and playability.
Are $45 Guitar Picks Worth the Cost? A Roundup of Tortoiseshell-Alternative Picks from Boutique Makers
Are $45 guitar picks really worth it? In this roundup we dive into the boutique pick market, where makers work by hand to produce flatpicks in small batches.
Here's the details on Taylor's new AD27e, part of its new American Dream series of acoustic guitars (named partly for their affordability in comparison to higher-end models).
Review: Revival’s RG-26M Is a Compact, Affordable Mahogany Guitar That Delivers Good Tone and Playability
Revival's RG-26M is a handsome, comfortable, all-mahogany guitar that delivers a very nice sound for an irresistible price.
Review: Martin’s Modern Deluxe D-45 and 012-28 Are Majestic Flattops with Vintage-Inspired Designs and Modern Features
With the top-shelf Martin Modern Deluxe D-45 and 012-28, there’s no arguing with the overwhelming quality and class of the materials and craftmanship—and depth of sound.