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While most band teachers have at least some knowledge of guitar and guitar music, many may find themselves clueless when it comes to buying equipment. With budgets tightening all over the country, a little knowledge can go a long way when replacing old or broken equipment such as amplifiers.
Traveling with any instrument, especially a guitar, can be a stressful event to say the least. While we may never be fully relaxed when our instrument is in the hands of the airline, train or bus companies, there are several steps we can take that will ensure our guitar makes it to its destination in playable shape.
Over the years I have found that many young, or inexperienced, students will have trouble keeping their guitars in tune. While many of these students are excelling in their lessons, even the most beautifully played chord or lick will sound bad if the instrument is out of tune, or has bad intonation. Below are five tips that every guitarist should know in order to ensure that their instrument stays in tune and holds its intonation.