Posted by Craig Borlase on 4 February 2015

Ultimate Gear Hacks

Or... How To Sound More Awesome And Still Have Enough Money For Your Hair Products

1. Build Your Own Pedalboard 

Why spend the big $ when you can make your own? There are masses of DIY video tutorials out there, but if we like this one the best...

2. Make A Flight Case

“Just ten easy steps and a couple of hours in the shop...” that’s all it takes to make a decent flight case that will save you tons and earn you serious kudos...

3. Make A Cajon

Percussionistas will love this. Take nine minutes out to watch this and see how easy it is to make your own box drum...

4. Fix Your Snare

Broken snare? Struggling to find a replacement in the bottom of your gear bag? Fear not. There’s a simple solution at hand...

5. Restring Your Guitar

OK, this might not save you much money, but it’s one of those basic skills worth reviewing. Follow the advice and you’ll improve your tone loads...

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