QSC continues their dominance by out ranking all competition in all the 3 main price brackets with their CP8, K8.2 and KW153, although JBL came close with their SRX835P.
The premium Neumann KMS 105 topped the rankings but shared that honor with the more modestly priced Sennheiser e935 along with strong results from Shure and Earthworks.
A clean sweep for Shure with their BLX14 retaining the overall top spot while their GLXD16 topped the pedalboard options.
Boss managed to edge out rivals JHS and Walrus Audio to take the top ranking with their analog CE-2W Waza Craft.
A very competitive field with the Solid State Logic SSL 2+, RME Babyface Pro FS, Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 and RME Fireface 802 all taking the top spot in their categories.
For the first time in 5 years, we now have a new number 1 with the Arturia KeyLab 88 MKII topping the rankings while the previous number 1, the Kawai VPC1, came in 2nd.
The Martin 00-15M came out on top overall with a stunning Gearank Rating of 98 out of 100 while the PRS SE P20E topped the Under $1000 section.
The Schecter C-7 FR-S Apocalypse topped the rankings in the regular scale section and the Schecter Reaper-7 Multiscale topped the multiscale guitars.
Publication of our March 2022 Edition resulted in a 3-way tie for the top spot between the Boss VE-20, TC Helicon Ditto Mic Looper and TC Helicon VoiceLive Play Acoustic.
Covering all price ranges, the highest rated overall is a standard kit, the Roland V-Drums TD-17KV, while the highest rate hybrid set is the Roland VAD306.