Triaging Your Guitar Back to Proper Humidity
If you want to avoid guitar buzzing, cracking in the finish, bracings coming loose, a shrunken fingerboard with protruding frets, and even a split guitar top… bringing your guitar back up to the right humidity is crucial to it’s health. You can safely do it under $2 within 72-hours.
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Thinking About Putting New Strings on Your Guitar?
Check out these tips to keep you and your guitar safer. Plus, there’s something about your old strings you need to know. And, as long as the strings are off…
Read this before you ruin your guitar replacing your next set of strings.
Can I Over Humidify My Guitar?
Some guitar players know the perils of a dry guitar being reduced to kindling wood. But, did you know it’s actually more expensive to repair a guitar that’s too humid?
Find out if you are over humidifying right here.
Best Way to String Your Acoustic Guitar to Prevent Slippage or Breakage
There are different opinions on how you should string your acoustic guitar. After decades of playing, here we show you step-by-step what we feel is “the best” way to string your guitar. No slippage (even in alternate tunings)no string breakage. It’s simple, and easy.
Check this out before re-stringing your acoustic guitar