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The Trials And Tribulations Of The Devil's Instrument.

Repairing, fixing, or upgrading your guitar

Whether you just broke a string and don’t know how to change it on your double locking floyd rose guitar, or you wanna put some active pickups in your Hellraiser Deluxe, or you’re really frustrated because your action is really high or the guitar just won’t tune, some articles here will really help you get things going again!

Guitars are one of the most played instruments. It’s fairly easy for anyone to pick one up and start jamming. However, fixing them can be pretty frustrating if you don’t know how they work.

So to help, we’ve set up some categories to the right, everything from basic maintenance to a complete overhaul. While most repairs or upgrades to guitars are easy enough for your do it yourselfer, read through the article first and make sure you understand what your doing before you start disassembling your guitar. That way you won’t have to bring it to your local guitar shop in pieces and have them put it back together.

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As a private guitar instructor, and as a performing musician, I’ve come across all types of guitar players. Some good, some bad, and some just plain out there phenomenal. Always curious into what makes some people more adept at playing guitar than others, I’ve done a lot of research into what it takes to be a great player. As I pass this information on, keep on mind that there’s no secret ingredient, no fast and sure way to get instantly better, and no substitute for putting in the time on the guitar.

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