Perhaps you’re a beginner guitarist who has never heard of a guitar capo or maybe you’ve been playing for a little while and are quite familiar with the tool.
Having a capo for many guitarist is about as important as a having a tuner or an extra pack of strings handy. I never leave home without my capo.
In fact, I have about two or three capos I carry with me at all times.
Why? Allow me to explain.
If you’re looking for a beginner classical guitar, you’ve probably already heard some good things about the Takamine EG124C. Takamine is a brand that has stood the test of time and the EG124C is a guitar that has consistently pleased beginner and intermediate guitarists alike.
Every guitar player has to do it. Some like it more than others. But there’s an art to changing guitar strings that many guitarist don’t know about.
After decades of changing guitar strings on both my acoustic guitar and my electric guitar, on my own guitars as well as my customer’s guitars, I’ve learned quite a few secrets that I think you’ll find interesting.
Hopefully these 4 secrets of can help you as you begin changing guitar strings on your own.
Most any guitarist is familiar with the name Les Paul. Although he was an excellent jazz and blues guitarist, his legacy was cemented by another one of his great skills: guitar-making. He made his first guitar in 1940 in the Epiphone guitar factory. This venture eventually led to the Epiphone Les Paul LP-100.