You are an excellent player and Musician.
why are you using below average strings?
If you are reading this, then you most likely know your stuff when it comes to
guitars and equipment.
Nobody can pull the wool over your eyes when it
comes to selecting a good guitar or amplifier.
In fact, if you are like most good musicians, you
own more than a couple of instruments.
Now, let's think about something more specific to
If you could improve one of those guitars with just
one set of strings, would that be of interest to
If your answer is Yes, then you might be interested
Professor String has just published a book about one
of the most misunderstood components of the guitar:
All sounds made by your guitar or bass start with
the vibration of a string. Yet most guitarists
overlook the basic principles of how to select the
best strings for their playing style. They often
start with a particular brand of string and stick
with it forever. Or, they are constantly switching
brands and never focus on anything specific to their
playing goals. The facts about guitar and bass
strings are being exposed for you in Professor
String's latest e-book called "Think You Know Guitar
Strings?" It has been written as a guide that helps
both beginners and advanced players.
You most likely have a fun guitar and great chops,
but do you know anything about ASI? If not...here is
your chance to learn about it.
For the first time,
someone has written a chapter about Advanced String
Very little has been written about ASI. No single
book or guide has been published about this topic
until now. Professor String has been consulted by
many of the worlds top guitar and bass luthiers
about ASI issues over the years. If you are reading
this, and do not know about ASI, you are too good of
a player to simply ignore it. In the present day era
of advanced digital tuners, ASI has become more
prevalent to your tuning. This is the only book you
will find on the market that covers the issues of
DISCLAIMER: If you are serious about
playing in tune, you must get this
book and read the ASI chapter.
Who should read this
book and learn about ASI?
1. Guitarist and
bassists constantly battling tuning stability.
2. Guitarist who wish
to record in tune.
3. Musicians who are
meticulous about their guitars.
Here is what some
readers have said about this little book:
years, I thought all strings tune by turning the keys and
adjusting the bridge...They don't! Thanks to your
book, I now have a better understanding of how
tuning really works."
Guitarist from Springfield, MO.
32 years playing experience
less than the cost of a set of bass strings,
this book has changed my perspective on the
basics of strings."
Bassist from U.K.
"I thought only a few
guitar string companies actually made their own
strings, and the rest were other companies putting
their brand name on the package. I was totally
blown away to read how many companies actually
wind their own strings.
Guitarist Sacramento CA.
42 years playing experience
must have book
for students and pros. I have recommended it to all
of my students."
"I especially found the
sections on ASI and String Makers to be interesting.
Definitely worth the money."
Bassist from Concord, NH
9 years playing experience
If you are new to the
guitar and new to buying strings, don't worry. This
little book starts with the basics. If you have been
playing and studying the guitar for many years, don't worry. This book goes well beyond the basics and gives you a
clear advantage in string knowledge over most other
players. Get your copy today!
is power Knowledge is great tone.
Think You Know Guitar
Total Pages: 40
Includes a 56-Day
Once your credit card is approved, you will
immediately be given a special download page
where you will be able to download the book.
You will need Adobe
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
|About the Author
|How Strings Are Marketed
|History - Where it all began
|Flat Wound Strings
|Round Wound Strings
|Semi-Round Wound Strings
|Electric versus Acoustic
|Getting to Know Acoustic Guitar Strings
|ASI - the untold tuning problem
|Advanced String Intonation (ASI)