How to Buy a Guitar – What you should know to make a good decision

I recently interviewed Luthier and Custom Guitar Builder Peter Taylor, owner of Chellee Guitars, LLC about what you should know when buying your first, or any, guitar.

On these videos, he shares some practical tips that will help you make good choices and avoid the frustration of making an uninformed purchase. With Peter’s years of experience playing, selling, building and repairing guitars, this is information you probably won’t get anywhere else.

Part 1 How To Buy an Acoustic Guitar

Part 2 How to Buy an Electric Guitar

Did these videos help you?

What were your favorite tips?

Check back over the next few weeks for two more interviews I did with Peter. One is about Maintaining Your Guitar, the other is about Building a Custom Guitar.

Taking you back to a simpler time… with music,

Steve Falter

Songwriter, Musician, Entertainer, Instructor

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Steve started playing guitar in ‘69, and has been performing regularly since ’90. His involvement with recording and sound engineering began in the early ‘70’s.

Steve, and his bands, have always given back to the community, supporting Special Needs Families, Christian Outreach, Food Pantries, Homeless Shelters and Medical Research.

As a songwriter and registered artist with BMI, Steve’s songwriting and gig sets span the Blues, Rock, Folk, Country and Christian genres.

2009 was the start of a busy solo performing schedule as well as sharing his love of music by teaching both Guitar and Live Performance Techniques. Steve teaches his guitar students to play the music THEY want to play, right from the start, without getting bogged down with music theory. With Live Performance Techniques lessons, students learn how to move from the living room to a live stage.


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