• Q: Why don't you make a self-inking guitar chord stamps?   A: We prefer this style. We like the ability to use different color inks - especially to represent a song in multiple keys. Plus, the quality of the ink pad matters. With self-inking stamps, you're at the mercy of the manufacturer. With our fret stamps, you can pick what works best for you. 
  • Q: Is polyurethane better than rubber?   A: Yes, virtually physical property of polyurethane is superiors to rubber so that's all we've ever used on our guitar chord stamps - something that makes us unique.
  • Q: How long will it last?   A: That depends on use but typically our guitar chord stamps last several years. 
  • Q: What do I need to know to take care of it?   A: Our only advice is to store in your guitar chord stamp in a guitar case (or a dark spot) when not in use. Rubber and polyurethane will react to light causing them harden and/or discolor over time so this advice applies to any brand you go with - of course all the cool kids are getting our fret stamps. 
  • Q: Who is your favorite acoustic guitarist?   A: Well, that depends on what style we're talking about. For electric guitar and leads, I've always loved Neal Schon from Journey. For smokin' acoustic, hands down Tommy Emmanuel. If you've never seen him play, you will be stunned - nothing like it. Check out these youtube clips and you'll see why. Enjoy!!  :-) 


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