Posted November 02, 2018 06:17:13 If you’re looking for an old-school vintage guitar, there’s a way to get it without buying a used one.
Guitar expert Dave McBride of Austin Instruments, an Austin-based company that specializes in vintage guitar tech, has compiled a handy chart of some of the most common and interesting guitar components in Texas.
He says there are a few good old-fashioned instruments to keep in mind:The original instrument.
This is a fairly common component and has a very strong history.
A lot of people find them hard to get hold of, but McBride says the price tag can be worth it if you find one that’s a solid performer.
A pair of guitar picks.
This might not be the most commonly-seen component in a vintage guitar but it can be useful if you want to make sure the guitar picks work properly.
A pocket clip.
This would be the one for those who don’t want to carry a clip around with them.
It would make the guitar stand out in your collection and could help keep the price of a vintage instrument down.
A spare set of strings.
If you need to replace the strings in your guitar, a spare set can come in handy.
A replacement neck.
McBride recommends getting the new neck.
It should be easy to find and is usually a good deal at Guitar Center.
A good quality, good quality neck will cost less than $100 and can make a huge difference in tone.
A few extras.
If your guitar is worth more than $200, you might want to consider buying a good quality set of electronics.
McBrigs new guide also includes tips on buying vintage instruments in the US, including tips on getting a new guitar, which can be a great way to add a little bit of history to your collection.
If there’s something you need help with or just want to chat about something you’ve been meaning to learn, he’s open to getting in touch with you.