February 22, 2016

Some rules when you want to pick up a guitar

Choosing a good guitar is not easy. Therefore, you can have knowledge to pick up a guitar. In this article, I will share you some experiments to choose the best guitar for playing.

Now there are many guitar brands for you to choose. Therefore, you need to be careful in picking up a guitar. Below is some criteria for you to choose the best one.

  • Check reliability

You can not “play the guitar like a vibrating bell” if your guitar does not have enough strength.

The different types of guitar, the different hardness property, but there is a general rule: the easier wrong, wire rigidity as poor men. A guitar is stiffer and heavier -like a more durable solidbody- will archtop hollowbody -like ones. To accurately assess the stiffness.

First listen without plug, try each wire. If the guitar has known relatively smooth and the average hardness when compared to a similar instrument, they may have a particular problem with the strings of the guitar or the bridge and nut groove.

A guitar pickup mounted too close to the strings often sound more powerful, but it will lose its strength. Again the comparison between the two instruments of the same type.

  • Junction between the neck and body board

We like to use glue to connect the neck because that will keep the corners correctly. We have seen players guitar had to use the pieces to make the fretboard hinged on the right corner.

Joints need to be sealed and not gradually shifted to a wire does not wrong after brushing. If the neck is loose, it will also lose the strings and guitar vibrations and loss of sound and sound.

There are many guitar fretboard connected by screws or pegs, this process easier and much faster. But the traditional way, the guitar parts and will make more connections with glue. Gibson guitar is tuned for audio and its angle is adjusted by the gauge. Then, it was glued to keep the herd does not deviate from the axis forever. The adjustable parts, components or wires climate adjustment can be done by truss rod -one invention of an adjustable bridge Gibson. This will be explained at the end.

Creating a guitar is an art, so you need to pay attention when choosing.

  • Balancing craftsmanship in manufacturing

Some jobs need high precision can be done by machine, but there are parts can only do by hand only.

The production process depends on the iterative process correctly, and will be more effective when using automatic machines. However, the factors to have a high-quality instrument is a section different from trivial things, it just might be the skill of the builders. Carving shapes up stage on the Les Paul guitar or color mixing color sunburst is one of the examples where machines can not replace. A tree made of semi-semi-production machines and half is made by the receiver’s technology for the highest value.

  • Listen to the noise caused by electrical

Department effects (euphoria we call people) is one of the reasons for it. No one wants to have the tongues coming from the guitar of his.

Plugged into an amp, and put on the bass guitar or close. It will emit hiss and screech deafening if the pickup was leaning toward not necessary. Tuning knob and listen to track small explosions coming from the electricity meter. Gently shake the need to check the tightness a private.

If a herd of people do not pay attention to the stage, they may end he did not notice anything during the manufacturing process.

Not only improvement that both product inspection also very meticulous to do their job.

Nitrocellulose paint is a traditional material for finishing a guitar, almost any of Gibson guitars also paints in the high end. It is time dominant process, it requires multiple coating and allowed to dry for several days after. Urethane is also widely used because it is cheaper and used both by and Nitrocellose is illegal in some places. Although it strong and durable, urethane used in end stage can not edit or touch as Nitrocellulose. Rebuilt echo of the end stages of Urethane forced to redo the whole body of musical arrays.