30 fan questions with .strandberg* artist Gustavo Assis-Brasil.
Understanding and applying Muscle Contraction Graduation and Muscle Dissociation to improve playing technique.
One important thing to point out is that no pickup is objectively better than the other. The build quality may be somewhat objective in nature, but the tone, performance and what this does for your playing experience is completely up to you and no one else.
This sixth installment of our How-to series is the first in a sub series of articles where we take a closer look at the electronics found inside .strandberg* guitars and get acquainted with the electrified side of things.
In this fifth installment of our How to series we aim to ease the difficult task of choosing the right .strandberg* guitar. Let’s begin by thanking you for your interest in our products, which is likely the reason that you’re reading this article. While the reasons for acquiring a .strandberg* may be unique to every […]
In this fourth installment of our How To series we take a closer look at the EGS series 5 tremolo bridge. As an integral part of the .strandberg* design, our tremolo bridge will give the player vast possibilities of expression and even more so if you know how it works. We begin by explaining how […]
In this third installment of our How To series we get acquainted with the Truss rod on your .strandberg* instrument. We are aware that many players think of truss rod adjustment as a complex and intimidating procedure best reserved for professionals and skilled luthiers. We wish to reject this notion and encourage every player to […]
In this second installment of our How To series, our goal is to get you familiar with the tools and techniques required to restring your .strandberg* guitar the easy way. We will illustrate how to change your strings one at a time instead of removing them all at once. Using this method is the simplest for […]