Tips for buying or playing the guitar
When you view your acoustic guitar as an investment you want to properly care for it. I know I do. And I’m not talking about simply wiping it down with a cloth. I’m talking about a proper, deep clean that would make your mama proud.
Here I’m going to walk through not only the best practices for cleaning an acoustic guitar, I’m also going to share with you the best products to use and, more importantly, which products not to use.
If you’ve ever studied scales before on a guitar more than likely your fingers have stayed within the same 4-5 frets. It’s a comfortable spot for most guitarists but if you really want to speed up your learning, there is one simple key to unlocking the rest of the fretboard: CAGED.
When it comes to traveling with your guitar on an airplane, it’s certainly become a hassle these past few years. Restrictions for carry-on luggage and cost-cutting measures by the airlines have limited what is allowed to be brought on board.
One of the trickiest aspects of buying and owning a classical guitar is learning how to change your strings. Changing the strings on classical guitars is completely different than changing the strings on a typical acoustic or electric guitar.
It’s not that changing nylon strings is harder as long as you know what you’re doing.