Acoustic & Electric Guitars

How to keep your guitar playing and sounding the way it should!

Learn the anatomy of acoustic and electric guitars, and how to maintain your guitar and keep its sound consistent.

Acoustic & Electric Guitar Anatomy

Knowing the names of the parts of an electric or acoustic guitar isn’t needed to start playing the guitar.

Eventually there comes a point for many beginner guitar players when their guitar starts sounding different. The guitar won’t stay tuned. They break a string. They rip the strap peg screw out. Then what?

If you’re at that point in your quest to play the guitar, you’ll want to know what your guitar needs to play great. Knowing the anatomy of your guitar is the first step to learning how to maintain or even repair your guitar, and sound like you know a little bit about what you’re talking about.

Guitar Maintenance

Learn how to replace guitar strings and other routine maintenance.

Maintaining your acoustic or electric guitar will keep it playing the way you want it to, or even better. A properly set up, inexpensive guitar can sound just as good as more expensive guitars. A poorly maintained or set up expensive guitar doesn’t mean it will sound better than a cheaper one.

Learn how to replace guitar strings and other routine acoustic and electric guitar maintenance. With the right care and setup you can keep your guitar sounding the way you want it to and avoid bigger or harder to fix issues in the future.