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Keeping your acoustic guitar clean should be an essential part of your general guitar maintenance routine. This routine should include cleaning the body, cleaning the…
The entry point to the Faith Guitar range, Naked models offer a lot of bang for your buck. The Spruce top and Mahogany body of…
Faith Natural series were the very first style of Faith Guitar back in 2002, and are a classic combination of Spruce and Mahogany. The solid…
Faith HiGloss series offer beauty - both visually and aurally. Using high grade Englemann Spruce for the top and highly-figured Rosewood for the back and…
Faith Eclipse series were concieved as 'stage guitars': instruments that offered workhorse functionality and optimum performance capability. Using the same structure and tonewood combination as…
Using Mahogany for both the top and body of a guitar makes for a very “friendly” instrument that responds well to hard picking, strumming and…
Using a tonewood combination most commonly found on classical guitars – namely Red Cedar and Mahogany - Classic Burst models sound as rich and warm…
Indigenous to Indonesia – where our Faith workshops are based – this beautifully grained, exotic Trembesi timber sits comfortably between the tonal offerings of Mahogany…
Faith Signature models are designed for those who appreciate fine workmanship and something a little different. During 2009, we made a limited number of PJE…
How to choose and buy an Acoustic Guitar. In your search for the best acoustic guitar, you will already have come across numerous options and…
Your guitar is made of thin, strong pieces of solid wood. As you may already know, wood is susceptible to changes in relative humidity or…
If your guitar loses too much moisture - that's if the relative humidity of your instrument's environment is too low - you may find yourself…
Worried about how humidity will affect your guitar? Have you noticed unusual changes in the feel or look of your guitar? Here are a bunch…