Get your copy of this essential book on guitar care, and instantly improve your skills in guitar maintenance!
It’s no secret that mastering the guitar is hard work. However, maintaining your guitar is easy, and I will show you exactly how to keep your guitar in top shape!
Whether you are an aspiring guitar player, or have played the instrument for many years, you know that learning about guitar maintenance can be intimidating and confusing. This book offers simple steps to empower you to care for your own guitar.
You will learn to:
Clean Your Guitar
Select and Replace Strings
Humidify Your Guitar
Adjust the Neck, Bridge and Nut
Tune Your Guitar
Choose a Protective Case
Select a Guitar Stand
Choose Guitar Straps and Picks
Remember all the good times you spent with friends trading exciting maintenance tips? I don’t. It’s not nearly as fun as learning that classic riff from your favorite band, or comparing alternate tunings. You buy a guitar to experience music, not to have another item to care for. However, maintaining your instrument allows you to enjoy the benefits of ownership for many years to come, and helps you avoid many of the hassles; costly repairs and the diminished returns of poor sounding guitars. Often, when you look for a guitar care book, most appear too daunting, too detailed, and too expensive. This book is approachable, simple and affordable.
Before embarking on the classics from John Levan, Dan Erlewine, Don Teeter, or David M. Brewster, digest this survival guide.
You love your music. You love your guitar. Make it last….
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David has played and maintained guitars for over 30 years. Through various music groups and 3 toddlers, he has discovered that the road to guitar care is perilous and fraught with the hazards of unstable guitar stands and soggy diapers. His instruments have followed him around the world, traveling to climates as diverse as Pakistan and Scotland. Somehow, the guitars did not turn into a pile of kindling. David lives with his wife and three children in Minneapolis, MN. He does not play “Closing Time” by Semisonic.