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  • Tips on Looking After Your Guitar

    March 27, 2013

    When you've spent your hard-earned on a guitar, you're going to want to learn something about guitar maintenance. Keeping the guitar as good as new, the better it will sound and play. The whole process of cleaning and polishing and bringing an instrument back to it's former glory can really be quite a satisfying experience! Here's how to get your guitar looking great, and your playing might even improve too.

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  • Acoustic Guitar Pack with Everything Included

    December 01, 2012

    Christmas is an ideal opportunity to start playing a musical instrument, and the acoustic guitar is generally the most popular choice among those who decide to do this. The guitar is at the heart of a lot of pop and rock music, it is relatively inexpensive and fairly straightforward to learn. Acoustic guitars can be picked up and played without the need for an amplifier or much more additional equipment.

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  • Guitar Starter Packs

    November 11, 2012

    Guitar packages designed for beginners are available for acoustic, electro-acoustic and electric guitars. These guitars are packaged with all the kit needed to get you started quickly. All boxed up and ready to go, these make an ideal present.

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  • Why We Like Elixir Coated Guitar Strings

    September 15, 2012

    There's no getting away from the fact that Elixir strings aren’t cheap. Despite this, many guitar players insist they are worth the extra money. So what is so special about Elixir strings, and do they live up to their expectations?

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  • Beginners Guide to Buying Guitar Strings

    August 06, 2012

    Strings are largely a matter of personal preference. It is worth experimenting with different brands and gauges of strings to find out what suits you and your guitar. The gauge of strings can make a big difference to the sound of the guitar. Most strings that come in a pack are sized relative to the smallest (high e) string. The gauge can be referred to as the thickness of the smallest string.

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