Whether you're a guitarist, bassist, mandolinist or ukulelist, you know that there are certain accessories and parts that will make your playing experience a lot easier and way more enjoyable. For a seemingly endless array of examples, you don't need to look any further than this selection of fretted instrument accessories and parts. From picks, straps, capos and locks to slides, pickups and even humidifiers, everything you need to reach your highest level of potential is waiting right here.
Before diving into your options, it helps to consider what aspect of your performance you want to enhance. For example, if comfort and style are your two main priorities, turn your attention to the Ernie Ball 2" Poly Straps. Available in a variety of cool colors, these straps can adjust from 38" to 68" and feature 2"-wide polypropylene webbing.
Now, if convenience is your number one objective, you might want to consider checking out Dunlop's wide range of pick options. Need a suggestion? The Dunlop PVP102 Med/Heavy Pick Variety is a top seller and comes in a pack of 12. Another convenient accessory is the Dunlop Ergo Pickholder: made of high-impact plastic, this holder sticks right to your guitar with a non-marring adhesive, so you never have to worry about scrambling for a pick during a gig ever again.
This section of accessories and parts is also filled with a massive collection of guitar, bass and folk instrument pickups. For a huge upgrade to your axe, feast your eyes on the popular Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB Humbucker Pickup or the top-selling DiMarzio Steve Vai Evolution Humbucker Set. Bassists who want a classic jazz sound will love the Basslines Vintage Jazz Bass pickups, and even acoustic musicians will discover mic/preamp systems from the likes of LR Baggs, Fishman and EMG.
With a catalog this extensive, you really could spend all day here browsing your options. Whatever you need to improve the looks, feel or sound of your fretted instrument, you'll find in these pages. The only thing you have to do is consider your current needs, tastes and budget, and go from there.