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Visesnut Case "Winter White"

$985.00

Exterior:The case exterior has a double wall structure to provide enhanced protection. It is designe..

Visesnut Case "Black Pearl"

$1,040.00

Exterior:The case exterior has a double wall structure to provide enhanced protection. It is designe..

Rosette Bone Saddle Installation Kit

$19.90

New! from Rosette. Our top rated saddle design is now available in a kit design. The Bone Saddle ins..

Baljak "Inga" Tuning Machines - Ebony

$450.00

Built in a seaside town in Croatia, these hand made tuning machines were inspired by old navigationa..

Zither Guitar Stand - Maple

$149.99

Show off your prized instrument in any environment with a finely handcrafted guitar stand. 38" of cl..

Zither Guitar Stand - Mahogany

$149.99

Show off your prized instrument in any environment with a finely handcrafted guitar stand. 38" of cl..

Alessi Tuning Machines - Simplicius 1925

$1,199.00

ALESSI Tuning Machines are created out of a combination of love and knowledge: on the one hand a pas..

Tuning the Guitar by Ear

$9.95

Rapid, accurate tuning requires reliable tuning habits. Tuning the Guitar by Ear is a comprehensive ..

GuitArt International, Volume 9

$7.50

One of the finest classical guitar magazines in the world. Blending art and music with a European ae..

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FAQs

It all depends on how much you practice and on the type of strings. On average, if you play guitar every day, we’d recommend changing your strings every 2 – 3 weeks. After that period, you’ll probably start noticing the first signs of wear. The overall sound will become duller and less crispy. The basses will be less resonant and will start showing fret marks above certain frets, while the trebles might feel rougher under your right hand due to microfractures.

Every classical guitarist needs either a footstool, guitar support or a cushion to be able to sit in the playing position. This is important, especially if you practice very often, as an incorrect sitting position might cause back problems over the years.

Many classical guitar pieces, especially a large portion of renaissance and baroque repertoire, might also require a guitar capo, so make sure to always have one in your guitar case.

We'd also recommend having a guitar tuner. In certain rooms and venues, it's harder to tune a guitar. In such situations, a guitar tuner might be very helpful.

If you play in front of others and need sheet music, make sure to put it on a music stand. Reading from sheet music put on a floor or a chair might distract listeners from your playing.

GSI is a guitar shop that also sells accessories. Here, you’ll find a broad selection of guitar strings, guitar cases, sheet music, nail products, footstools, guitar supports, and much more!

No, you don’t need nails, but having them is highly recommended. A well-shaped and buffed nail can produce a much more controlled, clearer, and louder sound. Having nails also allows guitarists to achieve more differentiated sounds on the guitar. However, it’s very important to remember that nails that aren’t properly shaped and buffed might hinder playing the guitar. Make sure to always have with you a nail file and a buffer or special sandpaper to take care of your nails.

Even though certain guitarists prefer playing without fret dots, usually guitarists mark the 5th, 7th, and 9th or/and 12th fret. We’d recommend marking the 12th fret if your guitar has an elevated fingerboard or a cutaway since in these instances finding the 12th fret might be less intuitive.

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