Here’s a list of the things you should look for and consider when buying a used acoustic guitar. Besides saving money you’ll discover all sorts of benefits.
Buying a Guitar and Other Equipment
Buying a guitar, or any musical instrument for that matter, can be an emotional ordeal. Prepare yourself with a little knowledge before heading to the store and you’ll likely enjoy your time there a lot more.
Many common questions have been answered already in the Buying a Guitar FAQ.
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This year, skip the candy and lottery tickets and hook-up the guitar player in your life with a gift they’ll appreciate and actually use.
Here’s a list of Christmas gift ideas – both large and small – for the guitarist in your life! Because if there’s something that guitarists all love, it’s guitar equipment and accessories!
The ukulele is back and in a big way. More people are learning the ukulele because of its unique sound, playability and convenience. And you can buy a ukulele brand that will fit your budget.
An acoustic guitar isn’t the musical equivalent of training wheels. So let’s take a more detailed look at the differences between acoustics and electric guitars for beginners.
Most beginners will want to know what kind of guitar to buy first – an acoustic or an electric? Each has its own benefits which this article explains.
If you’re going to take up the ukulele, be sure to get an instrument and not a toy! Here are some tips on finding your first uke.
Buying a gift for a guitarist doesn’t have to break your budget! Here are a lot of gift ideas for the musician in your life – all under $30!
Guitar Noise contributor and Forum Moderator Vic Lewis lists his reasons for not playing guitar with a pick, or “plectrum,” if you prefer.