Guitar maintenance should be a simple thing, right? But there are so many products and opinions out there that perhaps you might put it off for another few months. Then a crack appears on your beloved cedar top acoustic, or your fretboard is feeling sticky, or maybe you just think it could be better now that you have gotten familiar with all its little quirks. Here are some simple tips for guitar owners that can make a big difference.
Designed especially for bass, this Electro-Hamonix Crying Bass wah/fuzz pedal provides the smooth response and sound that can go from smooth funk to rude growl. its 21st century chassis design has no moving parts and lightening fast response. The fixed low-pass filter control ensures you never lose any bottom. Whether anchoring the bottom or stepping out aggressively, the new Crying Bass wah/fuzz lets a bassist express themselves with an organic sound and feel.
ESP’s Acoustic Resonant Chamber (ARC) thinline electric LTD series guitars have a sharp design and high-end features at an interesting price. The ARC-6 nylon string guitar has a rosewood fingerboard Graph-tech NuBone-XB nuts and saddles. It comes in either black with a maple top or mahogany with natural top with a chambered mahogany body. It includes chrome hardware, Grover tuners, B-band Electronics with three-band EQ and digital tuner. The ARC series is also available in steel string and 12-string models.
The Paul Reed Smith Core “Floyd” Custom 24 is equipped with the time-tested Floyd Rose “original” tremolo and locking nut system and PRS’s trademark pickups. PRS unveiled this iconic instrument to the public for the first time at Winter NAMM 1985, and this edition is sure to impress. The solid body electric guitar puts the sound, playability, and gorgeous looks of the Custom line into a high-quality yet affordable instrument. The Special Edition comes with the PRS-designed SE gig bag.
Jamming is one of the most important practices in music. It can also be one of the most daunting. Playing an unfamiliar song with people you might not know can be a challenge, especially for beginners. But it’s an essential skill to develop if you ever want to perform in a band.
With so many awesome acoustic guitars to choose from, where do you begin? Unless you’re a purist who never, ever plans to plug in, you should consider an acoustic-electric guitar.
You’ve finally mastered learning to play the guitar. But for some reason, you just can’t seem to make your “Blackbird” sound as warm and subtle as The Beatles version. Maybe it’s time to take a look at the guitar you are playing.