If you’re thinking about learning guitar, this guide will answer common questions you might have. Find out what it’s like to learn guitar and benefits of playing guitar.
If you’re traveling in Australia, find out whether you can take a guitar on a plane in domestic flights. This guide reviews each airline’s policy for taking guitars on planes.
Cleaning your guitar strings is easy and can extend their life as well as feel more comfortable to play. In this guide, I will explain: Why you should regularly clean your guitar strings What...
Find out how to connect your guitar to a PC/laptop and how to use it as a guitar amp. Includes gear and software options along with advice on which is right for you.
These websites are the best sources of free Guitar TABs in 2019. Find out how to get the best Guitar TABs from these websites and alternatives worth checking out.
Guitars with fanned frets offer unique benefits not available on regular guitars. Find out how fanned frets work, their benefits and whether they’re right for you in this guide.
Find out what True Temperament frets are, why they’re squiggly, and how it changes a guitar’s intonation. You might be surprised by how different True Temperament frets sound on a guitar.
Stuck between buying a new or used guitar? Read through this guide to get an idea of whether you should buy new or second-hand.
Find out everything you would want to know about the weight of electric guitars. Includes a guitar weight chart and details of different types of electric guitars.
If you want to use your guitar amp as a speaker, you might wonder whether it can handle music, vocals, or other instruments. Find out in this guide.
There are a few different ways you can play electric guitar with headphones. See how these methods compare and what gear you need in this guide.
Find out how long it takes to learn guitar with real examples from my guitar students. I explain how to learn guitar faster and whether you need talent to learn guitar.
Find out how often you should change your guitar strings and why the right answer for you may be very different from other guitarists.
Some guitar pedals can use a 12v adapter, while others will be ruined if you try it. Find out when you can use a 12V adapter on a 9V guitar pedal in this guide.