Purchasing an instrument is an investment.
A quality guitar can cost you thousands, but will last you a lifetime if it is well-maintained. Regardless of whether you're a beginner or an advanced player, you may have noticed over time that your acoustic or electric isn't quite playing like it once did; something changed along the way and you can't quite put your finger on what it is exactly.
So what going on?
Environmental changes and the age of the instrument aren't the only factors that cause your guitar's setup to fluctuate over time. Other factors include string gauge/tension and relative humidity. Even your playing style, the type of woods used and how you store your instrument can be a contributing factor.
Ultimately, it's important to remember a guitar is a piece of wood.
It will flex and bend as it absorbs moisture or dries out. Then, factor in over 75 kilograms of force in string tension and you may have a better idea as to why your guitar may have changed over time.
If you're having issues with your guitar, we're here to help.
Standard setups starting from only $69.