Top 3 things you should NOT do with your new guitar

New Guitar

Author: Maise Hunter is a coordinator and organiser of tribute nights at a popular events venue in Nottingham.

Getting a new guitar is a pretty exciting thing, as soon as you get it home you will want to pick it and strum away to your heart’s content. You will be eager to learn everything you can about your new guitar as fast as you can so that you can impress your friends with your new abilities. You may even begin having visions of you on the big stage, taking on the world with your new sidekick.

How figuring out songs by ear will make you a better musician

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Written by Just at StringKick

Tabs are great and not so great.

On the one hand, they’re an incredibly simple form of notation that anyone can learn in no time. It makes it really easy to get started and play some songs on guitar.

But on the other hand, relying on tabs makes you miss out on a huge opportunity to become a better musician with each song you learn. 

Humidifier for Acoustic Guitars

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An acoustic guitar can be a beautiful work of art in addition to being a wonderful sounding musical instrument.

There are a few things that can help the lifespan of your guitar that you may not have thought about when you first made the purchase. The protection of your guitar is very important and, unfortunately, is often overlooked by many guitarists out there. Taking the extra step can really make all the difference in the world for your guitar. The list of different destructive forces your guitar might encounter is endless, anything from animals to weather can be a factor.

Customers Prefer Guitars with a Deep Musical Sound

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Velké Němčice – June 13, 2017 – According to internal statistics of FurchGuitars, the world’s leading maker of premium-quality guitars, most guitar players who bought a guitar last year chose an instrument with a strong sound and pronounced bass, a sonic quality achieved by the combination of a cedar top and mahogany back and sides.