The great thing about simple technology is that you can maintain it and tinker with it yourself. Not to mention that you can get equipment on the cheap and spiff it up to your standards.
Whether in the studio, on the road, or in your garage, having an organized cable system can save you a ton of time and a lot of hassle. Clean setup and easy
If you’ve accumulated a lot of guitar pedals and you’ve mastered how to use them and you’re ready to take your show on the road, now all you need is a way to transport and quickly set up your rig at your gig.
If you’re traveling long distance to a gig, or moving homes, or taking your guitars on vacation, follow these simple tips to safely ship your guitar.
Here’s some steps we recommend to eliminate rattles in your acoustic guitar. When you play your acoustic guitar and the whole instrument vibrates, not just the strings, sometimes you’ll be able to notice loose parts on your guitar.
One way to stylize your guitar to your preference is by adjusting your truss rod. A truss rod is a steel rod that runs inside the neck; one end of the rod has a bolt that can be used to adjust its tension.
The maintenance you would perform on the body of your acoustic guitar is generally different from the cleaning method you would use on its fingerboard. READ MORE
Here’s some tips we suggest regarding the best ways to clean your acoustic guitars. First, use a soft cloth such as a 100% cotton T-shirt is also a great wiping tool, polisher, and cleaner.
To make a long story short, ideally, you’d like to have the environment to be at or around 75 degrees. And a relative humidity level of about 50%. And do what you can to avoid extreme changes in temperature and humidity!
It’s a good idea to clean and oil your guitar fretboard on a fairly regular basis to keep it looking and sounding it’s best. Here’s some suggestions on the best ways to clean your guitars’ fredboards.