Fender ’65 Twin Reverb Amp Review

Not often do you stumble upon a product, or a series of products, that's so good that the manufacturing company keeps producing it for decades. Although rare, there are some cases of guitars, different gear and pedals, or guitar amps being built for long periods without any drastic changes of the original idea. Aside from…

Marshall 1960AX 4×12″ Cabinet Review

There is just something about playing the guitar through a powerful amp head plugged into a solid cabinet. Sure, it may be more practical to have a combo amp instead, or even some kind of a multi-effects unit, preamp, or a modelling amp. But nothing beats the feeling of playing through that tube amp, 50…

Peavey JSX Amp Review

The 1980s were a turning point for guitar-based music. Not only have instrument and gear manufacturers began developing new and exciting stuff, but the guitar players themselves started pushing the limits and bringing it to a whole new level, ultimately giving birth to the famous shred movement. One of the musicians who emerged from this…
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Randall KH103 Review

There's probably a good reason why Metallica is considered to be one of the biggest rock bands of all time. They went into many different territories during the past few decades or so, and are favorites among thrashing metalheads and even to the listeners of other (softer) genres. But no matter the album and the…