5 Of The Best Yamaha Raptor Years Ever Made

The Yamaha Raptor series was born in 2001, and it’s been a staple of the ATV world ever since. Here’s a look at some of the company’s most…

2024 Yamaha MT-09 Review

Yamaha MT-09 gains several key revisions but maintains some of the best value currently available if you’re after a mid-size sporty naked.

Yamaha Red Label FGX5 Review: A Classic Axe Rides Again

We’ve tested and reviewed the Yamaha Red Label FGX5, a stunning re-creation of the brand’s coveted Nippon Gakki acoustics. Let’s take a look.

Yamaha SR-B30A Soundbar

Has a built-in digital audio assistant or voice control which is a programmed interface that is controlled by voice commands from the user. Sound quality: Yamaha’s SR-B30A has…

Remember When Yamaha Built a Sports Car?

T he Yamaha brand means different things to different people. Some think of motorcycles while others see the company as one of the most important musical instrument and…

Popular Yamaha Receiver Gets $350 Discount

The Anti-Resonance Technology Wedge helps reduce vibrations to improve audio clarity and detail, further bolstered by Yamaha’s proprietary Cinema DSP 3D technology which enhances the sound field …

Crazy Tube Circuits unveils the Dumble/Klon inspired Unobtanium Raw – now with added OC45 germanium

Crazy Tube Circuits has released a limited edition twist on its Unobtanium preamp/overdrive pedal, the amp-in-a-box drive twofer that has a Klon-style drive on one side, and two…

Crazy Tube Circuit’s faultless five-star Klon/Dumble dual overdrive has just been given a serious upgrade – but stock is limited

It’s a similar story for Dumbles, which are regarded as some of the best amps money can buy. Crazy Tube Circuits (CTC), though, impressed with the Unobtanium upon…

Every Major Guitar Amplifier Brand, Ranked By A Musician

I’ve been playing the electric guitar for almost three decades now. During that time, I’ve had the privilege of plugging my instrument into all kinds of amplifiers. In…

Ritchie Blackmore swapped rock for Renaissance music – but says he’s still not above cranking a tube amp once in awhile

Ritchie Blackmore long ago traded rock for Renaissance and medieval music, and the guitar for the mandola. However, despite the shift in music genres, there’s still one guitar-related…