Does size matter? When it comes to guitars - the answer is yes. In this article, we explain what scale length is, how it can be measured, and why it affects the feel and sound of a guitar.
17 Feb 2020 - 10 min read
Fender get experimental. Find out more about the legendary guitar maker's limited run instruments.
11 Feb 2020 - 4 min read | 29 min watch
To celebrate the last decade of Andertons TV, we’ve compiled a list of our most popular videos from each year since our YouTube channel’s inception. Featuring some classic content that you may expect, there are plenty of surprises too!
30 Dec 2019 - 7 min read | 209 min watch
BOSS' latest product release proves that their reputation for innovation is stronger than ever before. Just two months after the launch of their flagship Katana MkII amp range, BOSS has unveiled something even more intriguing - the Waza-Air wireless guitar amp headphones.
5 Dec 2019 - 6 min read | 35 min watch
Matt and Rabea attempt to nail the tones of Prog Metal titans Mastodon with an unlimited bank-busting budget!
Should you replace your guitar strings all at once, or one at a time? This is a common question that splits the guitar community, with many believing that changing all your strings at once can affect your guitar's setup. In this article, we find out if that's the case!
Researching string gauges can be a bit mind boggling and quite frustrating. Here’s a super simple guide to what’s ideal for your musical style, so you can cut the faff and get playing.
Regulation changes in recent years have seen instrument manufacturers getting more and more adventurous and outside-the-box with their wood choices. With more types of tonewood in circulation than ever before, it’s difficult to know what’s what – in this article, we’ll look at the most commonly-used tonewoods in the industry, their tonal characteristics, and dig a little deeper into the burning question: how much difference does your choice of tonewood really make?
Metal guitar tone has evolved and changed massively over the past few decades. Single-coils, PAF-style humbuckers, and of course, the active EMG pickup have left their mark on the genre; so why are passive pickups making a comeback?