Elmore News & Updates

  • Lindy Day Teaches with the Elmore Pedal, Snow (Hey Oh) by the RHCP

    Snow (Hey Oh) by Red Hot Chili Peppers. 3 troubleshooting tips that help my students are included in this lesson. This lick isn't hard as much as it is fast. Getting your confidence up on this lick takes a few different approaches, but try some of these tips. They will help you increase your speed and accuracy.
  • Practice, perfect.

    Never take your hands off your guitar.
  • EASY Happier Olivia Rodrigo Ukulele Fingerpicking and Chords Tutorial for Beginners

  • American Idol Contestant Cory Young discovers the Elmore Pedal!

  • Dexterity Challenge by Lindy Day

  • How to Switch Chords Quickly by Lindy Day

  • Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever EASY Ukulele Tutorial Chords, Lyrics & Strumming

  • Stairway to Heaven for Ukulele - Lesson by Bernadette

  • Limited Edition Elmore x Third Man Records

    Third Man Records and Elmore Pedal Company have collaborated to design, build and sell a limited edition pedal!  These are limited to only 100 unit...
  • Fender has sold more guitars in 2020 than any other year in its history

    “Young adults and teenagers, many of them female, are helping to power this guitar revival, manufacturers and retailers said, putting their own generational stamp on the instrument that rocked their parents’ generation while also discovering the powers of six-string therapy.”

    According to the Times, Fender’s guitar-instruction app, Fender Play – which offered a number of free trials over the lockdown period – saw its user base increase from 930,000 from 150,000 between late March and late June, with close to 20 percent of the new users under 24, and 70 percent under 45.

  • "You're going to Hollywood!" American Idol favorite Cory Young loves the Elmore Pedal! (Swipe for video)

  • GUITAR ISN’T DEAD: RESEARCH SHOWS LEARNING TO PLAY HELPS US LIVE BETTER LIVES

    MOTIVATION: The evolution of the players themselves leads to the question, “Why are people today picking up the guitar in the first place?” Fender’s research found that currently, new players’ motivations are intrinsic, with 72 percent of respondents citing they picked up guitar for the first time to gain a life skill or as a means of self-betterment. To dig deeper into the insight, Fender consulted Daniel Levitin who shared, “Playing an instrument can certainly improve a person's overall well-being. Playing even five minutes a day can lead to a range of physical, mental and emotional benefits.”