Like a car, your guitar and amp need to be looked after and maintained. Regular maintenance will keep them sounding great for much longer than gear that is just left to itself after a gig or rehearsal.
New strings and a good dust off are all well and good, but what if you want to do a little more to keep your gear in tip-top condition?
What can I do?
- Firstly, you can speak to your Bristol guitar teacher and they’ll be able to point you in the right direction.
- Secondly, take a look at this great post from Dawson’s Music on some of the finer points of maintaining your gear.
There is a lot you can do which doesn’t entail you taking your guitar or amp to pieces. Most of what you can do at home is pretty straight forward, BUT! If you are unsure, speak to your Bristol guitar teacher or a professional guitar technician before loosening those screws…