Acoustic guitars come in a wide variety of acoustic guitar body shapes, and there are differences between them. Find the type that is best for you.
Whether you’re busking the street or getting adventurous in the studio here are some of the best acoustic guitar amps available today.
Just days ahead of the virtual NAMM 2021 conference event, C.F. Martin announced two D-35 signature guitars in collaboration with David Gilmour.
Blackstar is back with a new amp for 2020. The ACOUSTIC:CORE 30 is a new model of acoustic amp from the company that brings out the best in your guitar.
Friends, family, engineers in dark dirty venues that barely see the light of day, I have hope for you. Some of know (or may not know) of the brand QSC. These audio sleepers are starting to reinvent the way we see powered speakers. When I say powered speakers at my job, people immediately think of Mackie or Behringer, sometimes EV, but nothing like the QSC brand. The throw on the K10’s…...[Read More]
Martin is arguably the most respected name when it comes to acoustic guitars. Ever since they started making guitars in 1833, they have been dedicated to quality. Fast foreword to now, and Martin is paying homage to some to their classic guitar models by remaking them. This is where the Martin Retro D-18E comes in. the Retro D-18E is a remake of Martins classic D-18, which was originally made in 1...[Read More]
Another huge release from NAMM is Peaveys new Vypyr VIP series of amps. But here’s the catch. These amps can handle electric guitar, acoustic guitar AND bass. All in one amp. Now, is this just a gimmick and it’s really a low quality amp? Maybe. We will find out. Peavey certainly has its fair share of quality products, such as the Peavey Triple XXX II and the Peavey 6505+. Obviously the...[Read More]