You are an excellent player and Musician.
...So, why are you using below average strings?
If you are reading this, then you are most likely a better guitarist or bassist than most out there.
You definitely know your stuff when it comes to guitars and equipment.
Nobody can pull the wool over your eyes when it comes to selecting a good guitar or amplifier.
In fact, if you are like most Professor String readers, you own more than a couple of instruments.
Now, let's think about something more specific to your sound.
If you could improve one of those guitars with just one set of strings, would that be of interest to you?
If your answer is Yes, then you might be interested in this...
Professor String has just published a book about one of the most misunderstood components of the guitar: Strings.
DISCLAIMER: If you are serious about playing in tune, you must get this ebook and read the ASI chapter.
Who should read this ebook and learn about ASI?
- Guitarist and bassists constantly battling tuning stability.
- Guitarist who wish to record in tune.
- Musicians who are meticulous about their guitars
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- How Strings Are Marketed
- Getting to Know Acoustic Guitar Strings
- String Makers
- Advanced String Intonation (ASI)
- ASI...the untold tuning problem
- Metal Strings
- Electric versus Acoustic
- History - Where it all began
- String Coatings
- Flat Wound Strings
- Nylon Strings
- Semi-Round Wound Strings
- Wound Strings
- Round Wound Strings