Ibanez RG450DX Review

If you need a solid mid-range electric guitar, Ibanez is a great brand to select. While they’re known for quality student guitars, their higher-end options are played by the likes of Steve Vai. Today, we’ll be looking at an especially versatile Ibanez — the RG450DX. This three-pickup double-cutaway is just as at home shredding as … Read more

Gretsch G5426 Review

Gretsch is a company known for its unique guitars, and especially for their hollow and semi-hollow electric guitars. However, they also make respectable solid-body electrics for decent prices. One such solid-body is the Gretsch Electromatic G5426 Jet Club. This Les Paul-style electric offers a glowing, vintage-style tone, and its eye-catching silver finish is at home … Read more

Ibanez AS73 Review

For guitarists in search of an incredibly versatile electric guitar, a semi-hollow model might just be the right choice. These unique guitars are essentially semi-acoustic–they can sometimes be played unplugged and sound a lot like an acoustic guitar, but they’re also equipped with pickups that sound great played clean or with some dirt. You might … Read more

Epiphone Wildkat Review

If you’re looking for a semi-hollowbody guitar, you may be surprised by the sheer variety of semi-hollow guitars out there. The Epiphone Wildkat is a decently affordable, P-90-equipped semi-hollow guitar with vintage-inspired looks. It comes in unique and stunning finishes, and there are even some limited-edition colors for those looking for something uniqueThings to Think … Read more

Ibanez JEM JR Review

If you’re a fan of Steve Vai, Ibanez, or both, chances are good that you’ve at least heard of Vai’s signature guitar, the Ibanez JEM. The first JEM was the 777, which was released in the 1980s. Since then, Vai’s signature design has grown enormously in popularity.While lots of people love the unique sonic features … Read more