If you’re a non-beginner guitarist, you would know that your guitar is like an extension of your body parts. This is also mostly why guitarists treat their guitars with extra tender loving care. However, beginner or not, taking good care of your guitar is important to prolong its lifespan.
The best way to protect your guitar anytime you are playing it, is to have a good solid strap to keep it from crashing to the ground. There are endless options out there for quality guitar straps, it just comes down to finding the right strap for you. It is important to consider all of the variables before making your selection so it helps to know the key elements that you are searching for in a guitar strap.
At first it is a lot of fun practicing your musical skills at guitar, as you step into the unknown there are countless exercises and techniques to keep you busy for quite some time. But as you learn more and more you might find yourself going in circles, searching for new challenges. I’m not saying that you need to quit playing guitar, but there are numerous musicians who play a plethora of instruments.
Many guitarists dream of building their own axe. Who wouldn’t want to rip out sublime solos on a self-made guitar, like Brian May. Or chug out blues-soaked rock and roll on a cigar-box guitar, like Bo Diddley. The idea of making my own guitar from scratch always appealed to me.