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!).
Tuning your guitar is a very important part of playing. You can use a tuner or you can learn to tune by ear, either one will get the job done.
Using a tuner is always the best way to be absolutely sure that your guitar is truly in tune, and it never hurts to have something like the handy for tuning your guitar anywhere.
Adjusting the truss rod on your guitar is not as hard as you may think, it’s actually just a few small adjustments and only takes a couple minutes once you know what you are doing. We’ll walk you through it though, it’s better to learn before it’s too late.