10% of the population is left-handed. So why aren’t there more left-handed guitars? In this video Cam talks about all the reasons why left-handed people may actually be better off learning guitar, ukulele, bass, banjo and other stringed instruments right handed. This is useful information if you or your child is left-handed and wanting to learn the guitar or other stringed instrument. Watch before you start scouring the country for a left-handed instrument!
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Playing the guitar is a lot easier if your instrument is up to the task. Fresh strings, a good setup and a clean guitar not only make the playing experience a lot more enjoyable, it can also help you to play better. If your guitar has seen better days, bring it in for our ‘W.O.F’ service. We’ll get it road worthy again for you! We also restring and service ukuleles, banjos, mandolins, bass guitars, violins (basic setups and restrings), and more!
More fun with the Digitech Vocalist Live Harmony. The Live Harmony used for all vocal effects, as well as the chorus effect on the acoustic guitar, and for playing back the backing loop during the solo. Acoustic is a LAG T80ACE. Solo played on a Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster into a Fender Champion 40 amp, all effects from the amp. Mic is a Shure SM58.
Little demo of this incredible value guitar. Plays and sounds like like something 2 or 3 times the price. One only of these (for now), but it just goes to show how good a guitar you can get these days for under $500. I wouldn’t be surprised if this was made in the same factory as my own $1500 guitar, which is the same colour, has the same neck pickup, and a very similar neck.