Fretted Instrument Accessories & Parts
There's something extra special about playing music when you have an instrument that perfectly represents your own tastes and style. An easy way to do this is by personalizing your instrument with various accessories, or upgrading it with new parts. Within this selection of options, you'll find a massive range of accessories to give your fretted instrument a distinctive flair, and make your overall playing experience even more enjoyable.
Whether you're a heavy metal shredder who's searching for an ideal set of humbuckers, a funk bassist who needs a new replacement neck, or an amateur guitarist who simply wants a cool-looking strap, this catalog of fretted instrument accessories has something for everyone. In fact, well-known companies such as Dunlop, Fender, and Kyser are all here, and each take great pride ensuring that everything they design has been crafted with your musical desires in mind.
So what kind of customizations are you thinking of? If a new pickguard is on your mind, check out EMG's DG20 David Gilmour Pre-Wired pickguard/pickup set. Featuring three SA single-coil pickups, wired with an EXG guitar expander, an SPC presence control and master volume, this is the same EMG system that David used with Pink Floyd on his main red Strat. By increasing the bass and treble while reducing the mids, this pickguard/pickup set is incredible for chord definition at higher volumes. For acoustic guitarists, this section also offers an assortment of humidifiers for fretted instruments, and the Oasis OH-1 original guitar humidifier is a popular choice. Constructed from a specifically designed fabric that lets water vapor pass right through it, Oasis humidifiers fit right between the strings of your instrument, and once positioned in the soundhole, the stabilizing bar lies across your strings to ensure that the weight distribution is even.
From slides, capos and strap locks to tremolo bridges, picks and pickguards, there's no end in sight to the amount of ways you can customize and personalize your fretted instrument. It's not only a fulfilling hobby to get involved in, but it's also a sure-fire way to make you stand out from the pack and make your talents fully noticed.