The Twelfth Fret - Guitarists' Pro Shop
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Stringer Straps - The Twelfth Fret

Stinger Straps for Guitars Handcrafted by Canadian Designers

A guitar strap is a useful accessory especially if you’re standing to play or during practise.   Guitar straps are selected for practicality, as well as personal style.  When we checked out handcrafted Stinger Straps we just had to share the

An Introduction to Fingerstyle Guitar By Dave Martin the Twelfth Fret

An Introduction to Fingerstyle Guitar

If you have ever wanted to expand your guitar playing beyond strumming an accompaniment chord part then finger-style guitar is great way to add variety to your playing and a great way to impress your friends too. In the following

Guitar Doctor Lubricant for Electric and Acoustic Guitars - The Twelfth Fret

Guitar Doctor Lubricant for Electric and Acoustic Guitars

Created by Wyres Strings, this special blend of oil and PTFE (is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene) is ideal for nut slots, string trees, open machine tuners, electric guitar saddles and whammy bar knife edges.  The luthiers in our busy Twelfth

José Ramírez Guitarra Del Tiempo Guitar - The Twelfth Fret

José Ramírez Guitarra Del Tiempo Guitar Reviewed

The new “Del Tiempo” Guitar celebrates 135 years of the historic “Casa Ramírez” established by José Ramírez I –  in 1882; currently enjoying its fifth generation of Ramírez family ownership.  Designed by Maestro-Luthier Amalia Ramírez, the Del Tiempo is a

The Right Hand and Harmonic Support - the Twelfth Fret

The Right Hand and Harmonic Support

The guitar is a great instrument for many reasons, it’s a folk instrument, meaning “of the people”. It’s compact, portable, capable of different tunings and it comes in many different varieties; acoustic, electric, nylon string, baritone, 12 string or even

Time Management with Richard Smyth The Twelfth Fret

Time Management

Every now and then a student arrives for a lesson and complains that they cannot play up to the speed they would like. “Speed” meant literally; they can’t play fast. When they try, their lines sound sloppy and disjointed, with