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Ernie Ball-designed mini humbuckers lend new versatility to Annie Clark's bold signature six string.
A Colorsound-inspired fuzz and Wal bass-derived filtering make the Tool bass man's signature fuzz-wah a uniquely wild ride.
Fender's modern take on the classic amp adds a midrange control, ditches the "normal" channel, and substitutes the two speakers of yore with a single Celestion 12" Neo Creamback.
Having gained access to a specimen from Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture, PRS takes aim at the tones of Jimi Hendrix's modified Woodstock head.
Crave big black-panel Fender feel in an amp that doesn’t bust eardrums? Carr's little brute delivers the substance and the sting.
Classic Nashville mods and extra pickup switching options open up major tone acreage.
Big classic combo sounds live in a digitally-driven, black-panel beast you can actually lug up the stairs.
A unique mashup of vintage specs and an accessible price make the 400 Unit maestro's signature Tele' a screaming deal.
Dive-bombs, belly cuts, and sweet-singing split-coil tones—the Rush maestro's signature Epiphone is a supreme steal, too.
A stompbox goliath and a London fuzz pioneer honor the Tone Bender that elevated electric guitar to psychedelically stratospheric heights.
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