We trace the prices of vintage synths during Reverb's history with new, affordable analog synths in mind.
Years before Napster made pirating music easy, the MP3 encoding protocol was itself pirated. This was its journey.
Chicago Electric Piano Company showed us its Rhodes keys, Clavinet, and Wurlitzer.
FM synthesis has long been considered impossible for Jane or Joe Synth Head to program. We ask, simply, why?
From John Fahey to David Lindley to Ben Harper, the mysterious instrument has had its champions. Now it's gaining a wider audience.
Carmine Appice's rare Ludwig kit is for sale on Reverb for $25,000.
From Bursts to Dumbles, we tell the stories behind the sticker shock on some of Reverb's most coveted gear.
This is the best preserved example of Gibson's strange cross between a harp and a guitar.
This is the story of a Central New Jersey biker who'd go on to design some of the most sought after amps of all time.
These historic studios were brought back from the brink by people who loved the music that came out of them.
The Leslie speaker was designed as a simple improvement for the Hammond organ and grew into something much bigger.
Headless guitars may have seemed like an '80s oddity, but have lived thanks to decades of reinvention.
Tracking down a vintage Japanese guitar's manufacturer can get confusing fast. We're here to help.
With guitar players hungry for vintage yet affordable designs, new firms whet nostalgic appetites by bringing back old favorites.
One of the wildest sounds in early rock and roll came from making tape into a simple loop. Here's the story of echo.
While Eurorack has made modular synthesizers portable, a synthesizer the size of a wall still proves irresistible.
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