Locking tuners, brass block, beautiful frets, roasted neck, alder body, easy on the eyes… this is the first I’ve heard of the 3 Brothers Guitars brand, but it’s starting off on the right foot. Let’s check out this brand new guitar brand!
From Sterling / Music Man, this SR50 Sting Ray combines classic looks, solid quality and affordability. How have I missed out on this brand?? The Firemist Silver finish is classy, and the little details like locking tuners and polished chrome switchplate help set this guitar apart from other mid-range price electric guitars. Let’s check it out.
These days, it’s rare for me to discovery a guitar brand that I’ve never heard of before… how did I miss Bootlegger Guitars? Especially considering that they’re based right here in California. The Bootlegger Guitars Royal, features a super cool triple humbucker pickup setup complete with coil splitting on all pickups. 24 frets, with a double locking trem, on a unique looking design… let’s check this out and do a full review!
For years, I have been intrigued by a mysterious guitar brand that lurks in the shadows! Spotted here and there at guitar stores or at the annual NAMM convention, Michael Kelly Guitars have always fascinated me with their unique styling and blend of affordability and great quality. With a classic set-neck, mahogany construction, unique top wood choice, and flexible control setup … this LP style guitar has more than a few tricks of its sleeve. I’m thrilled that I finally get to review one of these guitars!
There’s a new brand being considered on the Guitar MAX channel: EART! This under-$200 guitar has stainless steel frets, and a super thin roasted maple neck. Amazing!
Firefly guitars are increasingly well known for making affordable, beautiful, easy to play guitars! In recent times they’ve been expanding their lineup and upgrading many of the existing models! The guitar featured in this video is their popular FF338 model, but with the addition of a beautiful spalted maple veneer top!
Due to copyright and trademark laws, this guitar, and many others like it, can’t be sold in the USA. Burny, an extension of Fernandes Guitars, is a Japanese company and is very popular in the Japanese domestic guitar market.