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guitar_hummer

It’s guitar lore. The more you play your guitar, the better it sounds. That’s why we created the Guitar Hummer.
Our unique guitar stand safely transfers vibration to your guitar —“seasoning” the instrument as if you were playing it continuously. It’s the first guitar stand that “plays” your guitar when you can’t!

GUITAR HUMMER GIVES YOUR ACOUSTIC GUITAR RICHER TONE AND LONGER SUSTAIN WITHIN WEEKS!

How It Works

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Guitar Hummer is easy to use and safe for your guitar. Just place your instrument on the stand, flip the on switch, set the intensity level and let the vibration do the rest. Over time it will give you the rich, deep sound and amazing sustain of a guitar that is played regularly.  But don’t take our word for it.  Try Guitar Hummer for 60 days and if you don’t hear a difference, return it and we’ll refund the purchase price.

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A Martin D28 was my first real guitar. Bought it new in ‘74 for 500 bucks. For years it was my most prized possession.
I played it constantly. Couldn’t wait for it to get older and start to sound the way I knew a Martin could sound….
…Then I got older, and started to acquire a modest collection. Including a Collings I absolutely love and have played constantly ever since I bought it. Which gets me back to my 1972 Martin.

Sitting in a case. Neglected. For years.

And I began to wonder if my neglect was going to stunt the maturation of this instrument that I loved so much. After all, the more you play a guitar, the more it seasons and matures. Which had me thinking about “Back in the day” and how I used to put my Martin on a stand in front of my stereo speakers when I wasn’t playing just to keep the vibrations flowing through it. Eureka! It was that recollection that led to Guitar Hummer.

sound_science

In talking with musicians about guitar hummer, I found out many have experienced what vibration can do for a guitar. Many have done what I used to, put their acoustics in front of stereo speakers. Pros talk about their instruments sounding “better” on tour as a result of the vibrations from airplanes.

But there is also science behind the concept. Wooden guitar tops vibrate in distinct patterns at different frequencies. As the instrument is played, these patterns continually flex the wood. The guitar, including the internal framing pieces, begins to flex and loosen up over time. After hours of playing, this vibration begins to eliminate the “dead spots”.

TO READ SOME SCIENCE ON THE SUBJECT, CHECK OUT THESE LINKS

GUITAR TONE TALK

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INSTANT VINTAGE

By: Rick Tuner

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Test with Jeff Floro

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    Every guitar is different and the seasoning time will also be different with each acoustic guitar.

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    Adjust the level to where you can just feel the vibration in the sound box of your instrument.

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    A slight hum from the guitar stand is normal and is typically unnoticed unless standing very close to the stand.

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    Use the Guitar Hummer whenever you’re not playing your instrument. Remember the more you use it, the better the sound.

purchase

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Price is $120.00 + shipping & handling. ​
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