The Prudent Guitar: A blog sharing my quest for the best inexpensive (don't say "cheap") gear! This is a look at the Charvel SK-3 ST Skatecaster, which is a well-constructed entry level instrument.
This is the absolute bottom line of how to start playing guitar. The information given here is in small chunks, easy to digest and will give the student a solid foundation to begin the journey guitar mastery.
Guitar Review of Schecter Damien Elite 6 FR. Damien 6 FR, Review of Schecter Demon and Schecter Omen 6 FR. Know the specifications and features and choose the guitar which suits you best!
It started in 1965 when Paul McCartney got his. Then John and George had to have one too. But since those days many great guitarists have called the Epiphone Casino their guitar of choice.
Blueridge guitars are not made in the Blue Ridge Mountains, nor are they made anywhere near there. Blueridge guitars are made in China, but they appear to be excellent guitars, and priced well below prices for comparable US instruments.
These are 5 of the very finest, and most expensive small body acoustic guitars available. All are made in the USA, and all have Brazilian rosewood back and sides. These are not cheap or inexpensive
The Prudent Guitar: A blog sharing my quest for the best inexpensive (don't say "cheap") gear! This Hub is about building a guitar rig that sounds like U2's the Edge, circa the early 1980s.
What's next for the Gibson Nighthawk? The enduring cult classic of the Gibson line doesn't seem to stay in production or go away, and Gibson is forever making a completely new version of it.
For a large swath of guitarists the ultimate guitar seems unattainable. The price of their dream, sometimes just too high...or is it? A few mods and you could have it now.
Martin "S" series guitars are always awesome instruments, and the D 35S is certainly no exception. These guitars are shorter scare, 12 frets clear of the body, and have a different shaped body, and a wider neck, and of course they have the slotted head stock that gives them the "S."