A look at the best available guitar accessories for the acoustic and electric guitar player.
When it comes to keeping your new guitar protected sometimes you just can’t win forever; I mean you have anything from the weather getting to it and completely ruining that beautifully sculpted wood, to Billie Joe getting hold of it and someone reminding him it’s time to go, not a pretty sight either way. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t at least try to protect it from disaster. Here are five great tips for giving your new baby the best chance for a good long life.
Earlier this year I was able to get my hands on a pair of and I’ve spent about two months testing them out in a number of different situations – on stage, on an airplane or on a run. They are a good combination of quality and affordability, and it’s the first time I’ve been able to ditch the on-stage “wedge” for the in-ear monitors.
Perhaps, like me, you’re in the market for some good in-ear monitor earphones but you only
Some of the guitar equipment is small and light while some is bulky. Some is cheap while some is a bit more expensive. Some guitar equipment I use each time I open my case and some are there for a rainy day.
Regardless of how often I use this guitar e, however, I have never regretted having them available at that critical moment when I needed it.
If you play the acoustic guitar and are looking for ways to clean up your sound, Planet Waves has made a product that will help significantly. The is a handy accessory that would be great for anyone who wants to get the most out of their instrument.