MUSIC RADAR'S: Top Five Pieces of Guitar Gear from 2014...



#5). "BluGuitar Amp1"
Quite possibly the pedal amp you've been waiting for, the BluGuitar Amp1 succeeds where others have failed: combining simplicity, control and great tone in a solidly built, desirable package. Read music radar's complete review...

#4)."Ibanex RGKP6"
We've seen guitars equipped with Kaoss Pad-style devices before thanks to Matt Bellamy's Manson creations, but what's really exciting about the RGKP6 is it's ultra-low price point. With street prices of $500.00+ it's great news for sonic pioneers that can't justify the expense of a highly teched-up custom axe...
Read music radars complete review coming soon...

#3)"Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ machine"
Once again EHX comes through with a pedal everybody else wishes they'd invented. Like the firm's best stompboxes, the B9 is simple in concept (it makes your guitar sound like an organ), rugged in design and actually delivers on it's promises (with the right playing style, it really does make your guitar sound like an organ).
Read the music radar review here...


 #2). "BlackStar Fly3"
British amp firm Blackstar has built its brand on innovations like its ISF control (allowing you to blend between Brit and US voicings), so it's no surprise to see it enter the poll so highly with the Fly 3. This 3-watt practice combo somehow crams a range of tones into a tiny box, doubles as an MP3 speaker and can be powered by six AA batteries. Full music radar review coming soon!

#1). "Line 6 AMPLIfi 150"
Just as Line 6's game-changing POD line is beginning to look a bit long in the tooth, the firm that made modelling mainstream comes back with a versatile amp and playback system, complete with app control. The AMPLIFi 150's primary asset is it's flexibility: it's as at home onstage or in your living room, you can plug in and play like a normal amp, or you can stream tracks from your digital music collection and play along (with a choice of 200 modelled tones). Read the music radar full review here...



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