5 Acoustic Guitar Case No Nos • Acoustic Tuesday 053

Welcome to this week’s episode of Acoustic Tuesday where I share my guitar geek list of gear, artists, and resources to keep you inspired to live your absolute BEST acoustic life!

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Special Guitar Seasoning

You know when you get a new guitar, they use terms like “Oh, it’s stiff,” or, “It needs to open up”? I’ve recently experienced this very thing. I just purchased a Thompson Dreadnought guitar with Cuban mahogany back and sides it’s a newly made guitar, and it felt a little stiff when I first got it. In that, it wanted to be resonant, but it just wasn’t quite giving its all. It still sounded good, don’t get me wrong, it’s just a new guitar. After two weeks though it doesn’t sound so stiff, and guess what? I didn’t even play it that much…

See this Acoustic Guitar Accessory Review

What’s On the Turntable This Week?

Today’s artist feature comes courtesy of Acoustic Tuesday fan Ray R. from Mililani, Hawaii. Ray says, “(He is an) amazing guitarist and song writer.” I agree with Ray here in fact I think you will too. You may have even heard this individual before, but not in this particular context…

See this Acoustic Artist Review

Vintage Inspired Blues Machines

There’s a luthier up in Madison, Wisconsin that you probably don’t know about. He is making vintage inspired guitars, but not the vintage you are thinking of. Sure he loves old Martins and Gibsons like all guitar geeks do, but this luthier derives his inspiration from old department store type guitars… think old delta blues guitar players… yep those guitars…

See this Acoustic Guitar Review

What A Guitar Case Is NOT Good For

Guitar cases are in fact guitar-saving and protecting devices. They help protect our guitars from knocks and bruises, dings and all sorts of things like that, but our guitar cases can actually cause damage to our guitars as well…

See the What Not To Do With Your Guitar Case

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