#1. Soldering iron.
https://www.stewmac.com/Pickups_and...ric_Guitar/Solomon_SR-965_Soldering_Iron.htmlI can get a soldering iron for $20? Where would be the best place? I would like one
Yep, cheapest and most convenient pick holder. One guy I play with is forever looking for picks that he's lost somewhere in his house. I have to remember to pick up a can of mints for him!
I was content until I bought one . I had some work done on a guitar and the tech was using a battery operated one and I thought "wow, how convenient is that?" I went with a cheaper manual one.Maybe I too will get there someday. I have one or two. I re-try them every few years. A Power Peg Pro is a more likely outcome I think.
Yep. I have a Polytune pedal on my board and a Polytune for the headstock that I keep in the living room for my hollow body electric.Not just one, but one for every case, gig bag, basement, or band room in your life.
Same with Snark tuners....there should be one within reach, always.
I agree! Fantastic book that really helped me in my early years. And the best comprehensive chord chart in the back of the book, that I have ever seen.For beginning guitarists: