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Make The Most of Your Instrument With The Right Accessories

Buying your instrument is not the end of the story; in fact, it’s just the beginning. To really make the most out of it, you’ll most likely need to purchase a bunch of accessories to enhance your experience. Beginners may be wary to buy, but at one point or another, they become necessary if you want to take your playing skills to the next level. From Zeppelin to The Beatles, all the greats used them for a reason. These accessories are meant to help you play better, or to keep your instrument safe. The accompanying accessories for the guitar and bass guitar are relatively the same because they’re played and stored identically. There are loads of guitar and bass accessories for sale in the Philippines, but the hard part is knowing what you need.


Things To Consider When Buying Guitar and Bass Accessories

If you’re a beginner, chances are you will have to build your stock over time. Before making a purchase, it helps to narrow down your options first. Start with setting a budget. Some are relatively inexpensive, but trying to buy everything at once will prove expensive. If you don’t have cash to burn, set a price range you’re willing to pay for. Next, think about your instrument specs. Is it an acoustic or an electric? A guitar or a bass? These things will help you figure out what type of case and replacement parts you should be on the look-out for. Then, consider where you will be playing and where you will keep it. If you will primarily play it at home, you might want to get a stand first. But if you will be bringing it around while commuting, consider a hard case to make sure it’s protected while you’re on-the-go. There are all sorts of accessories to choose from. Once you’ve figured out what to buy, you can search for guitar and bass accessories online to make a purchase.

    Instrument Storage

  • Case: There are two types of cases for this kind of instrument. A gig bag is a soft fabric bag that takes the shape of the instrument. It typically has two straps so that it can be worn over the shoulder, or thin fabric handles on the side so it can be carried by hand. A hard case is made out different materials, usually wood covered in faux leather. It is shaped like the instrument, with padded interiors and latches to ensure maximum protection from drops and bumps.
  • Stand: This is a multi-legged stand designed to hold the guitar or bass. It has a long neck with u-shaped forks meant to support the bottom and neck of the instrument.
  • Mount/Rack: A mount features a single u-shaped fork meant to be screwed into a wall. It holds the instrument by the neck, and is secured with an elastic latch in front. A rack features several of these mounts in a single line. Like a clothes line, it has wheels so the instruments may be moved from one side of the venue to the other.

    Instrument Usage

  • Tuner: This is a device that is attached to the end of the instrument, by the tuning pegs, to measure the pitch of each string. The digital display shows if a specific string is below or above pitch. It has several pitch presets. Most may be used for both guitar and bass.
  • Replacement parts: These refer to the parts of the instruments which may be damaged, but can easily be replaced such as strings, tuning pegs, and the bridge.
  • Capo: This is a clip-like object that is pressed over the strings to raise the pitch.
  • Strap. This is placed on either side of the instrument so it can be worn over the shoulder. This makes it easier to play live.