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.
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.
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.
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.
Like it or not – and trust me when I say that there are plenty of guitarists who don’t like this – automatic guitar tuners are slowly being adopted by guitarists on stage and around the world. Is the death of the guitar tuner near?
You have your guitar and you’re ready to get all of the accessories that you’ll need to learn. Here are some of the guitar accessories that I like.
First of all, a good solid case is definitely a must have for anyone who plans on taking their guitar on any adventures. Something like the would be great. Or, perhaps, the if you prefer a soft case (in addition, it comes with a pick!).