As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 Daisy Rock introduced their concert ukuleles last fall designed especially for girls that come in three colors: Punk Pink, Pink Blossom, and Mother Earth. Since this issue was focused on...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 One of my favorite brands of guitars on earth is PRS. I remember when I first started playing guitar, and...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 My Gibson J-160E John Lennon Reproduction acoustic was in need of a new set of strings, and I’ve been wanting to try out Martin’s new Authentic Acoustic strings that were...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 I’ve always been a fan of Yamaha guitars, my very first acoustic being a Yamaha. As a guitar teacher, I always recommend the FG Junior as a great starter guitar...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 Let me preface this review by saying that I am in no way, shape or form a gearhead. I’ve been playing guitar for over 20 years, and I’ve always been...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 The Soundbrenner Pulse, a vibrating metronome. I’ve never been a fan of the metronome as the click can be annoying even when you change the sounds. It can be hard...
AS SEEN IN GUITAR GIRL MAGAZINE ISSUE 6 I just tried out the new GHS Fingerboard Care Kit on one of my older guitars that I have not only not played in a long time, but I have not even...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 5 “Tone is my religion” is the motto and the mantra at Sheptone Pickups. Guitar pickup shaman Jeff “Shep” Shepherd is the driving force and the guiding light behind their full line of...
As seen on Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 5 As a guitar teacher mainly for students starting from scratch, obviously the first thing I teach all my students is how to tune their guitar. Some manage sufficiently. Others, especially the younger...
AS SEEN IN GUITAR GIRL MAGAZINE ISSUE 6 As a guitar teacher, I was excited at the opportunity to review the Martin Acoustic D JR. Straight out of the box it was in tune, the setup was nice, and I...