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 […]
This article is the first of many that we will be producing to help .strandberg* owners become familiar with their instruments. Whether you want to re-string your guitar or just make slight adjustments, this series will provide a guide to help you achieve that and much, much more. This time around we will have a […]
Our guitars have won accolades for their innovative and lightweight industrial design, ergonomic features, ease of playability, lively resonance and a rich organic sound. But, at the same time, our guitars aren’t easy to manufacture and require an extremely high level of precision. This means that our quality control standards must also be very high to assure that the guitars meet the expectations of our demanding customers who seek the very best.
If you have not owned and used headless guitars before, the tuning and string change process may seem a little daunting at first. But you will soon find that tuning and changing strings on a .strandberg* guitar to be quite intuitive and easy to do once you get a hang of it.
For many months we’ve been working on a special community project to develop both a ‘Street Team’ and a content engine, which was called codename: Spark. This project is a highly ambitious program that seeks the participation of not just guitarists, but all artist and anyone who is creative. This is our solution of having […]