About Guitar Space
Here at Guitar Space, we are a community of guitar enthusiasts, and we want to spread the love for music to anyone with the heart to play.
Whether you’re just starting out and you have no idea which type of guitar is right for you, or you’re a seasoned guitar player looking to invest in a new instrument, we’ve got you covered. We write about electric and acoustic guitars, as well as accessories, pedals, and amps. We also cover ukuleles, mandolins, and banjos, as well as online guitar courses. We’ll also help you navigate guitar maintenance with detailed how-to guides.
Our Editorial Review Policy: How we Handle Product or Service Reviews
We take product recommendations very seriously around here. Before we recommend an alternative guitar, an amp, guitar lesson service, anything — we do extensive research. That starts with researching the history and public reviews of each product or service, including accessing the right scientific studies, consulting experts in the space (guitar teachers, professional musicians, and music industry experts) and reading real people reviews and use cases of each product.
As much as possible, our writers and editorial team use and test each instrument, accessory or service in their real lives. We not only evaluate and discuss the benefits of each product, but we can then talk about the durability, sound, tone, performance and personal nuance, things you might not find in other reviews, but that really matters to our audience.
Every article goes through an extensive editorial process as well to ensure high-quality, relevant content for our audience. We make sure that each article has a clear purpose, gives a clear and tested recommendation, or call to action and is helpful for our audience. We make sure to cite outside sources and document where we got our research from.
Every article is unique, authentic, original content that is not published anywhere else. If we quote or source someone else, we cite it. We also only cite reputable, trusted sources.
If we are making a recommendation of any kind, it’s because we like, use, and have tested the product or service out and would recommend it to our friends and family (and often do!).
We update key articles continuously so we are always recommending the latest products and keeping abreast of the latest health breakthroughs and research available. We also take product recalls very seriously and strive to make sure we are recommending products that are proven, effective and safe.
Our Aims and Values
Our aim at Guitar Space is to give budding musicians the information they need to make wise purchases. There is an overwhelming amount of choice out there when it comes to buying guitars, especially if you’re unfamiliar with some of the technical terms.
That’s where our reviewers come in – we review everything from the latest Fender bass guitar, right down to the best strap for your acoustic. It doesn’t matter what your budget is, either – we cover entry-level guitars right up to the most expensive, up-to-date models.
We also want to provide you with information on guitar maintenance, and where to find the best tutorials and information online.
We have a set of core values at Guitar Space. Here’s what we aim to do:
We want to give you totally honest reviews. This means we’ll tell you exactly what we like about a particular guitar – but we’ll also tell you what we don’t like and point you in the direction of an alternative if we think there’s a better model out there for you. We cover both the pros and cons in detail.
Keep It Simple
You shouldn’t have to be an expert to understand guitar reviews. We write our reviews in a way that is informative for more experienced guitar players but is simple to understand for complete beginners. That way, everyone can benefit from our knowledge and experience.
Stay Up To Date
If you’re into guitars, you want to know the latest news and developments. You want to know about the latest and greatest models to hit the market – well, so do we! We want to give you up-to-date information, keeping you informed, so you don’t have to worry about trawling the internet for new reviews.
What You’ll Get from Us
You’ll find a few things here at Guitar Space.
Firstly, we’ll provide you with in-depth product reviews. These reviews will cover all the technical aspects of a guitar, as well as how they look, their price point, and any extra features they may have. We’ll go into all the details so you can decide if it’s right for you. Here are a few examples of our reviews:
- The Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Four-String Bass Guitar Review
- The Epiphone Sheraton II Archtop Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar Review
- Schecter Omen Extreme-7: A Top 7-String Guitar to Love
- Go Hard! The Ultimate ESP LTD EX-401 FR Guitar Review
- Fender Super Champ X2 Tube Amp Review
- Fender Rumble 40 Review – The Best Bass Combo for 2019?
Let’s say you’ve managed to narrow down your choice of a guitar to two, but you can’t decide which one you like best. Some models can be very similar in features and pricing, and it can be difficult to choose which one is best. Our product comparisons will directly compare two different models, looking at every aspect of their performance and specifications, so you can decide which one you think is right for you. Here are a few examples:
- Logic Pro vs Pro Tools : Which is the Best DAW for You?
- P90 vs Humbucker: The Ultimate Pickup Showdown
- Ibanez AM93 vs Epiphone ES 335 – Semi-Hollow Body Guitar Battle!
- Blues Driver vs Tube Screamer – Which Distortion Pedal Should You Buy?
- Dreadnought vs Concert – Which is a Better Acoustic Guitar Variant?
- The Yamaha FG800 vs FG830 – The Acoustic Guitar Battle!
If you’re a
- How to Find the Best Electric Guitar
- How to Find the Best Acoustic Guitar: A Guide for Beginners
- How to Find the Best Guitar Pedals
- How to Find the Best Guitar Amp: A Complete Guide
- How to Find the Best Online Guitar Courses
- 12 Best Guitar Stands for Stage or Personal Use [2021 Edition]
- How to Properly Ship a Guitar: Step-by-Step Instructions You’ll Love
- How to Properly Maintain Your Acoustic Guitar to Build Lasting Love
- How to Properly Store Your Guitar for Many Years to Come
- How to Properly Clean Your Guitar Strings
- How to Properly Repaint Your Guitar: A Step-by-Step Guide
- How to Properly Clean a Rosewood Fingerboard
Our Panel Of Experts
Luna loves everything video! With over 10 years of experience in media and communication working with musicians, she is now focused on writing music.
Dennis Klampanis is a composer & orchestrator for cinema, television & video game media, as well as a multi-instrumentalist and professional piano and guitar player, with over 25 years of experience.
Kyle is a guitarist and music teacher who has been a full-time musician for almost a decade. He is also a passionate writer and loves to teach and write about all thing’s guitar related. He began his musical journey working in a guitar store selling and repairing instruments, before moving on to studying the art of guitar making and repair with a luthier. During this time, he has played in bands ranging from blues to flamenco to reggae to rock all the while teaching guitar and constantly improving his craft.
The Writing Team
Alizabeth Swain has played guitar for as long as she can remember, starting when she was just a kid in ‘band camp’. She knows all too well the painful lessons that come from choosing the right guitar, finding great online lessons, and spending those hours and hours learning a new song. Here to help all newbies (and some more experienced guitar players too) get setup right, find the right songs to play, and add to their guitar collections.
Jodie Chiffey finds her passion in life through music, and more specifically, the world of guitars. She realizes how each guitar in the world has its own unique personality and attitude. Depending on who is playing the guitar, she realizes the quality of the instrument you invest in can truly make or break the artform of playing the guitar. That’s why Jodie’s dedicated to helping people of all experience levels find the perfect guitar and guitar equipment for their musical journeys.
There’s nothing Stephanie loves more than music. She’s so dedicated to music and guitars, she even has her own YouTube channel and blog focused on interviewing different bands. With all of the expert interviews she’s done, there’s a lot Stephanie knows about guitars. If you’re looking for a unique perspective on learning guitar, Stephanie’s here to deliver you easy-to-follow tutorials and reviews for guitar players of any experience level.