Here at Andertons Music Co, we believe that learning is just as important as breathing, eating or using strap-locks on your prized electric guitar. Whether it’s a new technique, the design of your favourite instrument, or simply touching up on your knowledge, learning is the epicentre of a musician’s life.
We’re musicians ourselves, so we’re just as keen to learn as you are. That’s why we go out of our way to curate as much interesting and informative content as possible to suit everyone’s needs! So what are you waiting for? Go forth and learn!
The guitar world is vast so it can be a little daunting when searching for your first axe. You might be buying one for your child and have no idea what is suitable. Let's break down the process into simple steps to make sure you’re spending your money wisely.
As a parent, chances are you’ve had the option to enrol your child in extra-curricular music lessons. We explain how to balance learning an instrument with school!
The guitar sounds from the ‘80s are some of the most recognisable and sought after in music history. In this blog, we look at the pedals you will need to build the ultimate '80s guitar pedalboard!
Fender's original offset body guitars, the Jaguar and the Jazzmaster, may look similar, but there are several key differences that set them apart. Find out here!
Baritone guitars may seem like one-trick ponies but they're actually more versatile than you may think! In this article, we look at the rise of baritone guitars in popular music from the 1950s to today.
Boost, overdrive, distortion, fuzz. What are they? What's the difference? And what should you buy? Read our blog to find out!
This article covers all things compression, from studio compression and demystifying the jargon, to compressor pedals for guitarists and bassists. We'll answer the questions: what is compression? And do I need a compressor?
Are you a novice when it comes to reverb? Don't worry, we’ve answered all of your burning questions on this ambient effect in our extensive blog!