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Does Guitar Modding Work and Is It Worth It? 

Electric guitars are known in the music industry for the endless versatility, but not many people know that these same guitars are also well-known for their endless customization options. A lot of guitar players will just take their guitar model as it comes out of manufacturing and performs minor modding to improve the overall performance […]

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Best Guitar Humidifiers On The Market Today

The Best Guitar Humidifiers On The Market Today 

Have you ever had the experience where you’re playing your guitar and it sounds great one day, but the next day it just didn’t sound anywhere close to the day before? While this may have happened to you because you just weren’t in the mood today, the more likely cause is the change in humidity […]

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How to Properly Store Your Guitar

How to Properly Store Your Guitar for Many Years to Come

No matter how experienced you are with your guitar, even if you’ve only had your instrument for less than a day, you need to take time and learn how to properly store your guitar. Keeping your guitar in the best shape possible is not only going to help save you time, effort, and frustration, but […]

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How to Properly Clean Your Guitar Strings

How to Properly Clean Your Guitar Strings 

Like most guitar players, you probably spend a lot of money investing into high quality guitar strings, but sadly, the crisp bell tones that come from new guitar strings is short lived. The short life span of the gorgeous tones your strings produces is mostly caused by lack of a proper cleaning procedure, but excessive […]

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How to Properly Repaint Your Guitar: A Step by Step Guide

One of the biggest limitations, when you’re purchasing a low budget guitar, is that there is isn’t a large option of color choices for these instruments. If you happen to be looking for a specific color or you’re just looking to refinish a guitar, it’s actually pretty simple to learn how to refinish and repaint […]

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How to Properly Clean a Rosewood Finger Board

How to Properly Clean a Rosewood Fingerboard

Practicing proper care of your instruments vital to the life of your instrument, just as exercise and a proper diet are vital to our lives. If you don’t take care of your instrument, over time, your guitar is going to suffer permanent damage caused by neglect. By not properly maintaining your guitar, your instrument will […]

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Yousician vs Guitar Tricks [2019 UPDATE]: Which One is Better? 

The main difference between these two learning guitar platforms is that one is an application, which is Yousician. Guitar Tricks is a website that requires membership for users to be able to use. This is the biggest difference between the two apps, besides the quality difference. Yousician is a fun app to play- the way […]

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Best Sites To Get Guitar Music From For Free

Best Sites To Get Guitar Music From For Free!

If you’re serious about learning how to play guitar, you’ve probably spent some time looking around the internet for some free sheet music to download. If you’ve spent some time looking for sheet music, you’ve also probably discovered that finding sheet music or free guitar tabs is extremely difficult to find. I know that I […]

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jazz guitar

Do you need a Jazz Guitar to Play Jazz Music? 

If you’ve had any practice in the jazz field, watched any live jazz guitarists, or listened to any jazz music, you probably have wondered whether the semi-hollow guitar is the holy grail of jazz music, in guitar terms. You will find that a lot of jazz guitarists tends to gravitate towards using solid body guitars, […]

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Multi-Guitar Stands

The Ultimate Guide to Guitar Stands for Studio and Stage Use  

If you’re just starting out as a beginner guitarist, you’ve probably made the same mistake that we’ve all made at one point in time: you have probably assumed that all guitar stands are the same and you probably ended up purchasing the first one that you saw. Or maybe you make the bigger mistake and […]

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