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Universal Audio SOLO/610 Review

Universal Audio's involvement in the professional audio business goes back a long way - the original company's products date back to Bill Putnam Sr.'s groundbreaking designs back in the 1950s. Now Universal Audio... Read more »

Martin DX1K Review

Upon unpacking the Martin DX1K (K for Koa wood on sides and back) in Studio B, I immediately did the "ooooh" sound upon inspection. Something just attracted me about the unassuming, quiet appearance of this... Read more »

Line 6 Bass PODxt Pro Review

The BassPod XT PRO is just that: Pro. As the owner of a vintage Ampeg SVT, I am fairly picky. Right out of the box, the SVT model sounded really good. As I got into the parameters I was very quickly able to come... Read more »

Line 6 Bass PODxt Pro Review

The BassPod XT PRO is just that: Pro. As the owner of a vintage Ampeg SVT, I am fairly picky. Right out of the box, the SVT model sounded really good. As I got into the parameters I was very quickly able to come... Read more »

Gibson Les Paul Supreme Review

The Les Paul is legendary for its beautifully massive tone, used countless times in major recordings and on stage. The Les Paul Supreme takes this legend to the next level, with a look, feel, and sound that earns... Read more »

Summit Audio 2BA-221 Review

Single-channel preamps are becoming all the rage these days, with the sprouting of huge numbers of home studios, and digital commercial studios. The Summit 2BA-221 is fast becoming a popular addition to both... Read more »

Avalon M5 Review

This is a fantastic item for anybody who wants to use an Avalon, but capture a pure tone. The M5 is a solid state preamplifier unlike the VT-737, which features tubes. Another important thing to mention is that this... Read more »

Universal Audio LA-610 Review

I couldn't pass up the opportunity to try out the LA-610, especially since a friend of mine was very interested in it. I at least wanted to find out for myself what all the fuss was about. I wanted to see what it... Read more »

Drawmer MX60 Review

Going into testing this product I had high expectations. This is a piece from a company who has brought us a plethora of first-rate studio gear. This however, is different in that the MX60 is priced for everyone. I... Read more »

Eventide H7600 Review

I will say that today I am uncharacteristically fatigued - I couldn't help but stay up until the wee hours of the morning playing with this device. The H7600 has an intoxicating arsenal of effects, ranging from... Read more »

Boss DR-880 Review

The Boss DR-880 rhythm programmer is an invaluable tool for songwriters. It allows you to easily program drum and bass backing tracks for new songs and lets you tap in to preset loops to spark your creativity. There... Read more »

AEA R92 Review

I had never really done much recording using ribbon microphones, other than using a Royer 121 on a guitar cabinet. I always wanted to hear what the classic ribbons, like the RCAs or Coles microphones sounded like on... Read more »

Line 6 Vetta II Review

Imagine carrying 73 usable guitar amps, an array of speaker cabinets, and a stage full of your favorite mod pedals. That is the idea behind the Line 6 Vetta II modeling guitar amp. It models historical, modern, and... Read more »

Taylor T5 Thinline Fiveway Custom Review

Maybe I'm just misinformed or naive, but I am primarily an acoustic guitar player and always frowned on a manufacturer cutting a guitar in half, slapping some pickups on and calling their product a replacement for... Read more »

Brian Moore Guitars i1p.USB Review

This guitar has every pick-up configuration that I could ever want or need since it has a five-way sellector switch and a hum-single-hum pick-up configuration including coil-tapping. There is an RMC piezo on every... Read more »

Fender Super-Sonic 112 – Blonde Review

This amplifier is the perfect marriage of tones! From the authoritative crunchy lead channel to the sparkling clean sound that Fender owns the patent on. Did someone at Fender read my mind? I've always wanted a... Read more »

Fender Super-Sonic 112 – Black Review

This amplifier is the perfect marriage of tones! From the authoritative crunchy lead channel to the sparkling clean sound that Fender owns the patent on. Did someone at Fender read my mind? I've always wanted a... Read more »

Moog Moogerfooger MF-105B Bass MuRF Review

What is the Bass MuRF? Think of it as a graphic equalizer whose frequencies change gain based on the patterns of an internal sequencer. It is also one of those rare pieces of equipment that inspires creativity. From... Read more »

Damage Control Demonizer Review

The Demonizer is a dream come true for guitarists who are serious about their tone. Its true bypass, all-tube circuitry provides full, warm distortion without compromising your guitar's natural tone. The pre- and... Read more »

Korg AX3000B Review

The AX3000B is absolutly amazing. Very simple to use and program.When we first hooked up the AX3000B we were astounded with the bass amp models. When we dug in to the effects, we were blown away. Lush chorus... Read more »

Taylor 814ce Review

I have been a fan of Taylor guitars for a number of years. In taking the 814ce for a test drive, my love for Taylor is now not just in its amazing playability. It is now shared with the tonal balance and amazing... Read more »

M-Audio FireWire Solo Review

Rugged, easy to carry and setup, great sounding, compatible with a bunch of software, the M-Audio Firewire SOLO just works! When you go mobile with your recording, you need a reliable interface to get ideas down... Read more »

Brian Moore Guitars iGuitar91.13 Review

The i91.13 is such a great value that I don't know where to start. First, the two high output humbucking pickups put out a sweet, clean tone that make it obvious that this guitar is well worth the price. The... Read more »

Fender American Series Jazz Bass Review

I owned an American Standard Jazz Bass some years ago. Its playability, comfort, broad range of tones and dependability accompanied me to every gig - then I sold it. What a mistake. After having spent the last week... Read more »