Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including a podcast update, frogs on a log, and finding “the one”.
Here we go…
Here are two more interesting emails I have got lately.
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Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including the importance of protecting your ears, how to improve chord changes on guitar, and more.
Here we go…
While it’s easy to find a guide to buying a guitar, many of us still struggle to take the leap. As guitarists, one thing many of us tend to do is get overly attached to our guitars, and often our first guitar.
The problem is, most of the time, the first guitar you own is NOT the most ideal one for you.
I get asked a fair bit about what to look for when buying a new guitar.
For starters, I really don’t pay much attention to the technical details of a guitar, at least not until I have bought it.
I enjoy geek guitar stuff as much as anyone, but when in a guitar shop with a big range of guitars, knowing the neck radius, scale length, and other technical factors doesn’t help me.
I simply look for the following three things.
For a while now I have thought about buying a new guitar. In this post, I’ll explain my process and share with you some tips that I used to save a massive amount of time and money while getting a great guitar for me.