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Tech Tips

Please feel free to submit any tips and/or advise to place here... Palmer: Say Hello

How do I get my strings as low as Tommy Emmanuel's? (click to see) 12/11 Everybody is always asking how and/or where do I get my guitar strings set up as low as possible.
Decomposing Plastic Pick Guards Can Cause Corrosion (click to see) 10/04 Avid OFGC member, Jerry Hyland, figured out why my Yahmaha 1200's strings kept rusting out so quickly - and, that ain't all that was corroding...
A great finger exercise using "Flight of the Bumble Bee" (click to see) 04/04 Local guitar instructor, Paul Hartley, offered up this helpful finger exercise - that stuff us ol' pickers should do more of, but avoid like the plague....
The "Super Lick" - how to. (click to see) 10/03 The amazing guitarist, Julian Smith, kindly sent us this help...
"Slip Stone" Guitar Nut Keeps Guitars In Tune (click to see) 08/03 Advice given by Paul Yandell - it's a very slick nut material that helps keep guitars in tune when you use a tremolo or bend the strings a lot.  
"Bridge to Caravan" exercise (click to see) 6/02 Your club organizer, Palmer Moore, went nuts over this lick - just had to share it.