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  • Acoustic Guitars

    Acoustic guitars are and remain the most popular, whether it is the classical version with nylon strings used in all music schools because it is easier to play for beginners as the neck is a bit wider and the strings softer. Or the folk version with metal strings, the two models also exist in electro-acoustic version or equipped with microphone and a preamp we can connect them to a mixing desk or an acoustic guitar amp

  • Electric Guitars

    The electric guitar is the king of musical instruments that has made many generations dream. There is one for every style of music, from the half-body jazz guitar called Lucille, the name given to it by BB King, to the metal guitars of James Hetfield and his band Metallica, not forgetting Eric Clapton's Stratocaster and the latest 7 or 8 string models! You are bound to find one that suits you.

  • Resonator Guitar

    A resonator guitar is an instrument of a particular design that mechanically amplifies the vibrations of the strings thanks to a very thin aluminum cone instead of a soundboard or a skin as on a Banjo

  • Banjos and Accessories

    The banjo is a North American stringed instrument. With its membrane soundboard, it is easily distinguished from the guitar with its particular sound. It is part of the style of music called blue grass

  • Traditional Ukuleles

    The ukulele is a small, four-stringed, plucked musical instrument. Originally from Hawaii, it is often associated with Hawaiian music and island culture. However, it is also used in other styles of music, including folk, pop and rock.

    The ukulele is relatively easy to learn, making it a popular choice for beginners and children. Its small size also makes it easy to carry, making it a convenient instrument for travel.

    There are several sizes of ukuleles, ranging from the smallest, the soprano, to the largest, the bass. The size of the instrument affects the sound it produces, with the soprano being higher pitched and the bass producing a deeper sound.

    All in all, the ukulele is a versatile and fun instrument to play, offering a variety of different sounds and musical styles.

  • Guitar Wireless Systems

    A wireless guitar system is a device that allows you to connect an electric guitar to an amplifier without the need for a physical cable. It consists of a transmitter that connects to the guitar and a receiver that connects to the amplifier.

    The advantages of a wireless guitar system are many. First of all, it allows for greater freedom of movement on stage, without being limited by a cable that connects the guitar to the amplifier. This can be especially useful for performers who need to move around the stage or who have choreographed performances.

    In addition, a wireless guitar system can improve sound quality by eliminating background noise and interference that can be caused by a guitar cable. This can be especially important for live performances, where sound quality is paramount.

    Overall, a wireless guitar system can be a great addition for musicians who want greater freedom of movement on stage and improved sound quality.

  • Guitar Amps

    A guitar amp is an electronic device used to amplify the sound of an electric or acoustic guitar. It allows you to modify the sound of the guitar using settings such as gain, treble, bass and midrange. The amp can be used for a variety of musical genres, from rock and jazz to blues and metal. It is also used in concert to project the sound of the guitar on stage.

  • Guitar Amp Cabinets

    A speaker for a guitar amplifier is a component of a guitar amplifier that transforms the electrical signal from the guitar into audible sound vibrations. The speaker is usually mounted in a speaker cabinet and is responsible for reproducing the sound of the amplified guitar at a higher volume.

    The choice of speaker can have a significant impact on the sound produced by a guitar amplifier. Different types of speakers have different acoustic characteristics, such as frequency response, sensitivity and distortion. Some guitarists choose specific speakers to get the sound they want, and some amplifier manufacturers offer a variety of speaker options to allow musicians to customize their sound.

    It's important to note that speaker selection alone does not completely determine the final sound. Other factors such as guitar pickups, amplifier circuitry and effects can also have a significant impact on the overall sound.

  • Speaker Guitars

    A replacement speaker for a guitar amp is an electronic component that can be used to replace the defective or damaged speaker of a guitar amplifier. Replacement speakers are available in a variety of sizes, wattages, and sound characteristics, and can be chosen based on the needs and preferences of the musician. Replacement speakers can also be used to improve the sound and performance of the existing guitar amplifier.

  • Guitars Pedals and...

    A guitar effect pedal is an electronic device that is used to modify the sound of an electric guitar. It allows you to add effects such as distortion, reverb, chorus, delay, flanger, phaser, tremolo, etc. Effects pedals are used by guitarists to create unique sounds and to customize their sound to suit their playing style and musical genre. They come in the form of boxes that are placed between the guitar and the amp.

  • Tremolos

    Vibrato on a guitar is a technique that involves rapidly modulating the pitch of a note using a small metal bar (called a vibrato) that is attached to the base of the guitar bridge. To produce a vibrato, you play a note and use your right hand to vibrate the string, while using your left hand to operate the vibrato. There are different techniques for producing a vibrato, but they all involve moving the vibrato up and down to modulate the pitch of the note. This is a common technique in many styles of music, including blues, rock and metal.

  • Guitar Capos

    A capo is an accessory that attaches to the neck of a guitar to shorten the length of vibrating strings. This allows you to play higher chords or change the key of a song without having to retune the guitar. This is a very useful tool for guitarists who play in different keys or who need to vary the sounds of their instrument.

  • Bottlenecks

    A guitar bottleneck is a glass, metal or ceramic tube that the guitarist slides over the finger to play glissando notes on the strings. This adds a bluesy, emotional sound to the guitar. However, using a bottleneck requires a specific playing technique and can be difficult for beginners. In addition, it limits the player's ability to use the fingers to play other chords or notes, which can be considered a bottleneck in musical creativity.

  • Guitar Slides

    To use a slide, you place it on one of your fingers, usually the pinky or ring finger, and position it over the guitar strings. Then you simply slide the slide over the strings to create different sounds. It is important to practice to master the technique and create harmonious sounds.

    The choice of slide material can affect the sound produced. Glass and ceramic give a softer sound, while metal produces a brighter sound.

  • Pickups and Preamps

    Guitar pickups and preamps are important components in the sound of your instrument. Pickups pick up vibrations from the strings and convert them into an electrical signal, while preamps amplify and adjust the signal before it is sent to the amplifier.

    There are different types of guitar pickups, such as single-coil and dual-coil (or humbucker) pickups, each with its own distinctive sound. Preamps can also have different features, such as EQs to adjust bass, midrange and treble, or boosters to increase gain or saturation.

    It's important to choose pickups and a preamp that suit your playing style and desired sound. Popular brands include Seymour Duncan, EMG, Fishman, LR Baggs, and many others. Professional guitarists can also opt for custom pickups and preamps for an even more unique and personalized sound.

  • Gig Bags & Cases

    Guitar cases and covers are important accessories for guitarists because they protect their instrument during transport or storage. Covers are generally less expensive and lighter than cases, but offer basic protection against scratches and minor impacts. Cases, on the other hand, are stronger and offer better protection against more severe impacts and damage. They also often have compartments for accessories such as strings, picks and tuners. Whether you choose a case or a bag will depend on how often you carry your guitar and how important protection is to you.

  • Guitar Straps & Belts

    Guitar straps and belts are essential accessories for guitarists. They help keep the guitar in position when playing it standing up and make it easy to carry the instrument. Straps are usually made of leather, nylon or canvas, and can be adjusted in length to fit the size and preference of the player. There are also belts specifically designed for acoustic guitars, which attach to the bridge to prevent the guitar from moving too much while playing.

  • Guitar Stands & wall...

    Guitar stands are stands that provide a stable and secure place for your guitar. There are several types of stands, including folding stands, wall stands and floor stands.

    Foldable stands are ideal for musicians who need to transport their guitar. They are easy to store and can be folded for easy transport.

    Wall mounts are attached to the wall and allow the guitar to be hung. They are often used in recording studios and rehearsal rooms to save space.

    Floor stands are A-shaped stands that provide a stable place for the guitar. They are often used on stage or in studios.

    It's important to choose a stand or bracket that fits your guitar to avoid accidents and damage.

  • Guitar Tuners

    There are several types of guitar tuners:

    Clip-on tuner: attaches to the headstock of the guitar and detects the vibrations of the string to give the exact tuning.

    Electronic tuner: a small box that attaches to the guitar or sits on a flat surface and provides accurate tuning from a sound input.

    Tuning fork: a small U-shaped instrument that emits a specific sound for each note of the guitar and is used to tune it.

    Online tuner: an online tuner is a website or mobile app that allows you to tune your guitar. Simply follow the instructions and adjust the strings until the tuning is correct.

    Manual tuner: a traditional method that involves tuning the guitar using the ear. This can be difficult for beginners, but with a little practice, it can become a very useful skill.

  • Guitar Parts and...

    Guitar parts include tuners, pickups, bridges, knobs, selectors, pickup covers, truss rod covers, frets, saddles, bindings, purflings, etc.

    Guitar lutherie refers to the art of building, repairing and modifying stringed musical instruments, especially guitars. Luthiers are highly skilled craftsmen who use traditional tools and techniques to make high quality instruments.

    Guitar parts and lutherie are essential for musicians who wish to customize or repair their guitar. Musicians can purchase high quality guitar parts online or from stores that specialize in selling musical instruments. Professional luthiers can also help musicians create custom guitars and perform high-quality repairs on existing guitars.

  • Guitar Picks

    Guitar picks are small objects made of plastic, wood or metal that are used to strum or pluck the guitar strings. They are also called picks. Picks come in a wide variety of sizes, thicknesses, and shapes to fit the playing preferences of each guitarist. Picks are often used to play chords or individual notes with a sharper, clearer attack than using just the fingers.

  • Various Accessories

    There are many guitar accessories that can help guitarists play more efficiently and comfortably, such as:

    Guitar strap: to hold the guitar in place while playing and avoid unnecessary muscle tension.

    Picks: used to strum or pluck the guitar strings and produce different sounds.

    Capodaster: to change the pitch of the notes on the guitar without having to adjust the tuning of the guitar.

    Spare strings: to replace damaged or worn strings.

    Tuner: to adjust the tuning of the guitar.

    Guitar stand - to hold the guitar in an upright position when not in use.

    Guitar case: to protect the guitar during transport or storage.

    Amplifier - to increase the volume of the guitar when plugged in.

    Effects pedals - for adding sound effects such as distortion, reverb and chorus.

    Protective Covers - to protect the guitar from dust and scratches.

  • Guitar Cleaning & Care

    Guitar maintenance can include several steps, such as:

    Cleaning: Regular cleaning of the guitar is essential to prevent the accumulation of dust, dirt and perspiration on the strings, frets and body of the guitar. Use a soft cloth to clean your guitar.

    Changing strings: Guitar strings can break or lose their tone over time. It is recommended to change the strings every 3-6 weeks if you play regularly.

    Intonation adjustment: Intonation refers to the guitar's ability to play in tune across the entire neck. If you notice that your guitar sounds out of tune on certain chords, it may be necessary to adjust the intonation.

    Neck adjustment: If your guitar has strings that are difficult to play or buzz, it may be caused by a neck that is not properly adjusted. A professional luthier can help you adjust the neck of your guitar.

    Oiling the tuning machines: Your guitar's tuning machines may need a little oil to keep them running smoothly and avoid cracking.

    In short, guitar maintenance is essential to ensure the sound quality of your instrument and to extend its life.

  • Batteries and...

    In general, guitars are powered by either batteries or rechargeable batteries. Batteries are rechargeable batteries that can be recharged many times, while rechargeable batteries are single-use power sources that must be replaced when depleted.

    Whether you use a battery or a rechargeable battery depends on the configuration of the guitar and the equipment it uses. Electric guitars may require a power supply for effects, pickups and preamps. Electrified acoustic guitars may also require power for pickups and preamps.

    In most cases, the batteries or accumulators are housed in a compartment inside the guitar or in an external case that can be attached to the guitar strap. It's important to check the battery regularly to make sure it's charged and working properly.

  • Earplugs

    There are several types of ear protection for guitarists:

    Earplugs: these are hearing protectors that are placed directly in the ear canal. They allow to reduce the sound level while preserving the quality of the sound.

    Noise-cancelling headphones: these headphones are designed to block ambient noise, including that of musical instruments. They are equipped with an active noise reduction system that filters out unwanted noise.

    Acoustic screens: they are placed behind the amp to reduce the reverberation and the sound level. They allow you to play at high volume without disturbing your neighbors or family members.

    Isolating speakers: they are equipped with an acoustic box that reduces the sound level and allows to play at a high volume without disturbing the surrounding.

    It is important to protect yourself from noise to preserve your hearing health and avoid tinnitus or hearing loss.

  • Guitars Merchandising

    Guitar merchandising includes all derivative products related to the world of the guitar and intended for musicians. It can be t-shirts, caps, mugs, key chains or even miniature guitars to collect. Merchandising can also include products related to famous brands or musicians, such as guitar picks, guitar strings, effects pedals or songbooks. In short, guitar merchandising allows musicians to wear their passion for the guitar proudly and to have practical accessories for their musical practice.

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