Coming out of winter and going into spring and early summer, our repair shop gets overwhelmed with guitars coming in with cracks, popped or lifting bridges, severe neck warps and other weather-related issues that require attention.
Just the other day at rehearsal, my fellow guitarist asked me if the guitar cable I was using was the same one I’d had “forever.” I realized then that I had indeed been using that same cable for at least the past three years on tours around the world without it once ever giving me a problem. Why? I realized that with some basic cable care, I’d probably saved myself some money -– and more importantly -– cable failure during a performance.
Here at Guitar Bar, we’re pedal freaks. We're a small shop that tries to carry as much cool stuff as we can fit. Luckily, pedals are always easy to squeeze in. New, used, vintage -- there’s always a lot of pedals here that keep me experimenting.