Another year, another dazzling parade of pedals, guitars, amps, modelers, and accessories that made our noggins spin.


Lollar Staple P-90

Introduced in 1954 as a more articulate version of Gibson’s P-90 pickup, the alnico V pickup—usually called the “staple pickup”—is one of the great forgotten guitar gizmos. The alnico V design is a classy, relatively hi-fi alternative to the traditional P-90, and it works particularly well in the neck position. With its extended range and extra “air” on top, Lollar’s gorgeous-sounding Staple P-90 is a stellar incarnation of the original.

$145 street

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