Developing a “Player’s Mentality”

By: J. Dale Lucas Sometimes when we pick up a guitar, it feels like we have superpowers. It’s not necessarily the sound–sometimes it’s just the feeling. On the other hand, sometimes we might feel like we’ve played ourselves into a total rut. I hate that feeling. That first feeling is the one that I want […]

Daily Tapping Warmup

By: Josh Lucas I’ll not waste any time, folks–let’s get right to it! Don’t be intimidated by this little two-handed technique–after all, chances are your strumming hand is your dominant hand, and not only that–piano players use this hand all the time. That means we can, too! In this video, I’ll break down tapping, and […]

The All New Freja 5030TS

The Freja 5030TS is currently only available through direct email. If you are interested in details and pricing please email andrew@whiteguitars.net.[…]

Tonewood Spotlight: Blackwood

By: Josh Lucas I’ll be honest, this is the tonewood spotlight I’ve been itching to do since I started here at Andrew White Guitars. Before that, I was mainly an electric guitarist, and to be honest I think that’s still my forte. And you know what kinds of woods we electric guitarists are into: Mahogany, […]

Guitar Spotlight: Freja 2S2

By: Josh Lucas What can I say about the Freja 2S2 that doesn’t echo my prior reviews of our spalted maple guitars, or my reviews of our Freja guitars?  Well, in search of something new to say I went down a rabbit hole of Andrew White Guitars reviews on YouTube. I found some really great […]

Guitar Spotlight: Freja 2A2

Oh man, you’re in for a treat with this guitar! This guitar never stays in stock long. One of our most stunning production models, this beautifully stained quilted ash shred machine is all you could ever want in terms of show-stopping, eye-catching appeal. Not only does it look great, but Ash imparts a well-balanced and […]

Tips From The Tech: How To Change Your Guitar Strings

I believe Brandon has all the explanation necessary in the video here![…]

Beginner’s Guide To Jamming: The E Blues Scale

By: Josh Lucas Just a quick mission statement: the reason why it’s called a beginner’s guide to jamming is because I’m giving a couple of quick easy scale patterns, and a couple of examples. I’m not going to get heavy into theory on these particular blog posts, but it’s some stuff that you can take […]