5 Lessons Learned Buying a Fake Taylor Guitar

The World of Knock-off Guitars

Knock-off guitars. These fake guitars are not something we deal with in the United States and Europe very often, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.

However, it’s a hot market in Asia where many of the world’s guitars are produced and exported.

Gibson ES 175 Review | Workhorse of Jazz Guitar

Review of the Gibson ES-175 electric guitar

I received my Gibson ES 175 as a gift three years ago. I had owned and played many guitars – dozens – up to that time, but I don’t think I ever fell in love so quickly with an instrument.

To my eyes, it recalls generations of the finest jazz musicians to hold a guitar. In my hands, it feels solid, stalwart. Like it has something to say. And to my ears, it produces some of the most remarkably beautiful sounds I have ever heard.

Guitar Equipment Every Guitar Case Should Carry

Guitar equipment for every guitar case

While I know it’s true that the primary purpose of my guitar case is to protect my guitar, sometimes it seems that it serves to fulfill a more important role: providing pockets and compartments for my guitar equipment.

Automatic Guitar Tuners = Death of Traditional Tuners?

Do Automatic tuners mean the death of traditional guitar tuners?

Is it actually possible that in the not-so-distant future that we may no longer have need for traditional guitar tuners?

That’s what Gibson Guitars seems to think and based on the trend over the past decade it looks like this is a technology that is here to stay.