Although the Jackson company was founded relatively recently, in the 70s of the last century (unlike many competitors, engaged in production for over 100 years), it is still firmly established in the market, producing a wide range of models, among which there are budget ones. So today, in the Jackson Dinky Arch Top JS22 review, I will introduce you to a cool JS series model for pretty little money, which has excellent playability and a set of additional virtues that will definitely interest you. Let’s get started.
Initially a subgenre of Thrash Metal and, in the mid-1980s, an independent genre, Death Metal is characterized by complex high-speed performance and low string structure with maximum overdrive. Accordingly, instruments to perform this style should be strong, have thick strings, a longer scale, and hardware that will allow maximum sound distortion.
Punk Rock and Heavy Metal greatly influenced the formation of Grunge, so it is characterized by a “dirty” sound with alternating volumes and dark lyrics. Moreover, you have to play overloaded intonations, which will be much lighter than in metal. Thus it is very important to choose an instrument that will reveal all the facets of this genre.
In this Jackson RRX24 review, I bring you a regal and proud guitar, as the manufacturer calls it, with a fantastic tone and incredible playability. Jackson developed its offset V-shaped design in collaboration with young Black Sabbath guitarist Randy Rhoads in the 1980s.
Today I will tell you about the best Schecter electric guitars, as well as answer related questions regarding them. Schecter Guitar Research was originally a guitar repair shop and manufacturer of high-quality parts in Van Nuys, California, in 1976. In 1979, the first premium instruments were released, and by 1983, the brand had become popular.
ESP (Electric Sound Products) has a very interesting history. In 1975, Hisatake Shibuya and Takeshi Terada started an electric guitar component company in Tokyo, Japan. Shibuya was a professional guitarist, and he decided that he could produce the best ESP guitars, as he wasn’t satisfied with the quality of the ones on the market at the time.
Yamaha is known worldwide for its reputation built on its love of music, with its roots stretching back to the 19th century. And the company has been making instruments ever since, combining traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge digital technology. Including, since 1966, quality, flawless-sounding, and at the same time quite affordable electric guitars. In this review, I will look at three of the best Yamaha electric guitars that, in my opinion, deserve your utmost attention.
An interesting fact is that Fender was founded in 1946 by a man who could not play the guitar at all. However, this did not stop Leo Fender from creating the best Fender electric guitars (and not only ones), which are popular to this day. Many celebrities have chosen and continue to choose the products of this brand, regardless of the cost. Isn’t it proof? And today, I will answer the most popular questions related to what these amazing instruments are.
What a Hard Rock guitar should be, Schecter Guitar Research knows. If you are a fan of the genre, you probably know it. In that case, I offer you Schecter Damien Platinum 6 FR review, in which I will tell you about its details. Not having anything special at first glance, nevertheless, this model can surprise and delight, especially considering its remarkably affordable price. Let’s get started!
Today I’ve prepared the Schecter Hellraiser C-1 review, which seems to me very attractive in price/quality ratio, and that’s why it is very popular. It has a great style, but I should mention right away that it is a narrow-purpose guitar, like many guitars of this brand. Schecter Guitar Research has been known for instruments for metal and other heavy genres since 1976, when it started as a workshop.
Schecter has been on the market for a while now, but it has become a recognized leader among instrument manufacturers at an affordable price. I am always interested in such guitars because I sincerely believe that even not expensive instruments can be your companion for many years. In this Schecter Omen Extreme-6 review, I want to take a closer look at one of the most inexpensive guitars in the lineup. Let’s see if it’s that simple.
Do you like electric guitars with V-shaped bodies? Then I invite you to a fascinating ESP E-II Arrow review. It is a premium model with a corresponding price that looks unimaginably attractive. Like other ESP guitars, it’s made in Japan and has a high level of construction. So let’s “take it to the parts” to see why famous musicians like it so much.
I have finally found the time to do an ESP E-II Horizon FR-7 review. At first sight, I realized that this 7-string guitar is capable of surprising. After all, it’s literally made for playing Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. It even looks powerful, and its sound is astonishing. Assembled in Japan, it is a model of high-quality construction. I could go on and on in my compliments, but let’s take a closer look at the features that make it so special. Here we go.
Many musicians have long trusted the ESP Eclipse. And in this ESP E-II Eclipse DB review, I will tell you about the model from the E-II series, which replaced the ESP Standard line in 2014. It’s something between LTD and USA models; it’s quite affordable and made in Japan. But this is not a budget version, and its capabilities speak for themselves. So let’s take a closer look at it.
If you’ve been dreaming of attracting attention with your guitar, the Yamaha Revstar Standard RSS20 review is for you. At least this model makes a strong impression on me. The design is just “wow,” but also some features of the guitar are unusual, I would say unique, which makes it “stand out from the crowd” in all senses. And the price is affordable. I am in anticipation and invite you to get an introduction to this miracle.
So, Yamaha. The brand that ranks among the leaders in manufacturing guitars (and not only) is taking it to the next level with its Pacifica lineup, featuring excellent build quality, magical design, and affordable prices. In this Yamaha PAC611HFM review, I will tell you about one that is sure to grab your attention. The mid-priced segment makes it affordable for those who dream of playing a worthwhile instrument. I can’t wait, can you?
Yamaha is known for producing budget guitars with high build and sound quality. And today, I have a Yamaha PAC012DLX review for you, where I will examine this kind of instrument. The Pacifica 012 Deluxe is a special version of Yamaha’s most affordable model. It has a different color and is made of different wood, …
When you hear a Telecaster, you know we’re talking about the popular Fender guitar. But what if the manufacturer decided to surprise you this time? I offer you the Fender Special Edition Custom Telecaster review, an unusual model with several differences from the classic version. But such differences take the Telecaster to a new level of sound. Are you ready? Go for it!
Well, ambiguous instruments always cause a storm of controversy, and fans of this or that brand come up with unsound nicknames for competitors. For example, such as “the one-armed pony,” which was awarded to the Telecaster. In this Fender Player Telecaster review, I will tell you what I think of this guitar. After all, there’s a reason it’s used by such popular musicians today as Brad Paisley and Vince Gill. Isn’t it interesting? Let’s find out.
I think anyone who knows about guitars in one way or another knows about Fender. In this Fender Player Stratocaster HSS review, I will tell you why a guitar born in 1954 still deserves the best reviews from musicians. The embodiment of the classics combined with modern electronics is a great choice for affordable money. It’s likely to be the instrument that stays with you for life.