It is important to adjust your truss rod. If it is bent too much in the wrong direction in either way it will affect the sound of your guitar. Additionally, it will put a lot of stress on the neck which is not good.
I finally did it! I purchased my first acoustic guitar kit that I look forward to building over these next couple months and I couldn’t be more excited.
I’ve bought a number of guitars over the years and although some have been expensive, I’ve never had the finances to buy a custom guitar. That just changed today and although I know I’ll have to put it together first, it still feels amazing.
Perhaps you’ve always wanted to build your own guitar or maybe you just want to enjoy watching somebody like me make a fool of themselves doing it. Either way, I hope you’ll enjoy this Guitar Adventures series on building a guitar from kit.
“The dreadnaught is king” they say. “The smaller guitar is for kids” I’ve been told. Apparently they – whoever “they” are – haven’t been keeping up with modern guitar trends…particularly parlor guitars.
Smaller-sized guitars are coming back into style and the guitar manufacturers are responding with a impressive additions to their lines that includes a number of travel and parlor guitars.
But what is a parlor guitar and how is it different than a travel guitar? Let’s take a moment to answer a few of these questions and then look at the newest and best parlor guitars being sold in stores right now.
Written by Paolo from MusicSkanner.com
If you’re a budding acoustic guitar player, there might be many things that you want to experiment with. But something that almost all guitarists want to do is, play the guitar like a professional. So here are 10 amazing snippets of wisdom that’ll truly help you play the guitar like you always wanted to.