The world of music gear is so vast that instruments and items exist for just about any purpose. With so many choices available, however, it can be difficult to find the best option for everyday use. On this page, we've pulled together some of our picks from various categories to highlight the very best gear you'll find anywhere. Click the read more buttons in each section for more recommendations.
Today we’re looking at the best entries into that world for beginners to familiarize themselves with and get a firm grip on looping. While lacking some features of more elaborate loop stations, all these options are great starting points and all come in at under the $150 price point.
We at Reverb have collectively had an opportunity to try pretty much every single affordable condenser microphone currently manufactured on a number of sound sources. The list below will take you through some of the best large diaphragm condenser microphones for beginners and outline the specifics offerings of each.
So if you’re on a quest to find the best delay around, this guide will help you investigate some of the best delay pedals to be had for under $200, venturing from the meat-and-potatoes effects into stranger territory and back.
To make your life easier, we distilled out a list of gear snob-approved models from the hundreds of bass guitars that pass through Reverb each week. Our criteria: 1) Under $400. 2) Doesn’t feel like a toy. 3) Makes you want to play more.
In this roundup, we're focusing on some lesser-known options, but there are plenty of other modern classic boutique fuzzes that are worthy of consideration. These include the Zvex Fuzz Factory, the Death By Audio Fuzz War, and the EarthQuaker Devices Hoof (and its variations) among many others.
If you're new to the world of effects, there are many factors to weigh when comparing reverb pedals. It can be a lot to decipher but to help you on your way we've put together this handy guide to some of our favorite reverb pedals that can be had for under $150.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at a few stellar steel-string dreadnought options and even throw in a travel-sized model to give you plenty of options to choose from when shopping for your first acoustic guitar. All of these come in at totally reasonable price points which make them great options for players who are just getting started.
If you’re just getting into podcasting and all of this seems a little overwhelming, don’t worry—we’ve got you covered with this nifty guide to the five best USB microphones you can pick up for all of your podcasting needs.
If you want to make sure your instrument stays humidified and healthy with some top-of-the-line options, read on to see our primary choices in this guitar humidifier buying guide.