Guitar strings have remained largely unchanged for many decades, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. And we’re all about improvement.
We believe the more info players have about their guitar strings, the better. And with all the marketing mumbo-jumbo we all wade through—it would be nice to get some actual information every now and again, wouldn’t it? So, we put on our professor hats and made an in-depth video covering all aspects of string construction—and…
In Episode #2 of our admittedly low-quality livestream series The FAQs with Stringjoy, Scott talks about NAMM, Attack of the Digital Drives, Drop-tuning, and more! Watch Episode 1 here.
I hope you’re ready to channel your inner MacGyver, because we’ve collected a list of some of our favorite guitar hacks to help make your life as a musician a little easier.
Even though you’ll never know exactly what our strings will sound like until you get them on your own guitar and play them through your own rig, these reviews should give you an idea of the rich, sparkly, new string tone that awaits you when you do pull the trigger on your own set of Stringjoy strings.
With all the different sizes, finding the best acoustic guitar strings can be hard. This blog post will help you figure out which strings are best for you.
Recording acoustic guitar can be challenging. It’s hard to say what the best technique is best, but we’ll point you in a good direction.
We set out to make a new line of acoustic strings that would reveal a guitar’s natural warmth. Today, finally, we’re excited to bring them to the world.
These 7 isolated guitar tracks unveiled some surprising revelations that no one would ever suspect when listening to the otherwise famous original releases.
The Boss Metal Zone MT-2 is one of the most controversial guitar pedals ever. Why is it so popular, why is it so hated, and is there anything good about it?