Gear Review: Joyo Bantamp AtomiC Amp

Street Price: $139.99-$149.99 Get Your Own Joyo Bantamp AtomiC on Amazon here!  Get Your Own Joyo Bantamp AtomiC on eBay here! OverviewI don't know how these manufacturers do it, but these teeny tiny little amps are getting better and louder with more and more features built in.  I'd been on the hunt for a small... Continue Reading →

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Gear Review: Firefly FF338 Guitar

Check here to see if they're in stock! Street Price: $149.91 Hey folks!  Here is a follow up to my Firefly FF338 First Impressions post a few weeks ago.  I'll call this a thorough review now that I've spent some time with this guitar.  I'll just cut straight to the chase: this guitar is the best bang... Continue Reading →

Firefly FF338 First Impressions

Check here to see if they’re in stock!     Ok, now that I've got that out of the way. I finally decided to see what all the hullabaloo surrounding Firefly guitars is about. All the Facebook posts, message board posts, and videos surrounding these guitars has had me intrigued for a long time. Now,... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Vox MV50 AC

Street Price: $219.99 Overview Vox made a splash a few years ago with the release of it's MV50 series of amps.  Touting a new technology they call "Nutube,"  they are an all-analog 50 watt compact tone machines.  I'd say it's the smallest amp head I've ever encountered without being in a pedal format.  With a... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Mooer Radar

List Price: $147 I'll just start this review by saying this is one of the best pieces of gear I've ever bought.  It is safe to say that 95% of my guitar playing since I bought my Mooer Radar has utilized the Mooer Radar.   The world of Impulse Responses (IRs) has been growing drastically... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Orange Micro Dark Terror

Street Price: $189 OverviewOrange really revolutionized the amplifier market with its original Orange Tiny Terror series of "lunchbox" style guitar amps.  Typically about the size of a lunchbox, simple controls, lower power, "lunchbox" amps are great bang for the buck as far as portability, tone, and power.  Every manufacturer has a "lunchbox" amp now.  So... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Boss BC-2 Combo Drive

OverviewAlthough Boss never says it by name brand, this pedal aims to be a "Vox In A Box." It aims for a sound that propelled the British Invasion, and then some. Generally a sound that oozes jangle and creaminess, with plenty of mid-range and chime. All of this housed in Boss's virtually indestructible housing. An... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: VHT Redline 20RH

The VHT Redline 20RH Head was a budget amp I had seen periodically, but I just couldn't find much information on it.  The whole Redline series has a 20 watt head (which is what I bought), a 20 watt 1x8" combo (which is what most of the information online referenced), 40 watt head and 1x12... Continue Reading →

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