When the steel is gone: The future of electric guitar quality
As electric guitars get more powerful, their quality is becoming more important to them as well.
But, the quality of the steel on the guitars has also declined.
New York magazine is reporting that, in 2015, steel producers lost more than 80,000 of their best-loved instruments.
The article explains that the reason is simple: the steel used in guitars today is made of steel, a highly-resistant material that has a shelf life of 10,000 years.
That’s a long time.
In fact, it’s more like 50,000, and it’s all because of industrial pollution.
And it’s not just the metal.
According to the article, steel pollution is a problem on a scale that’s far worse than the industrial pollution that we’re talking about.
It’s the result of a lack of regulation and education in the US.
The article says that, “It’s hard to believe, but in 2015 alone, steel makers lost over 80,500 instruments.”
While this is a pretty bad situation, the problem isn’t going away.
It could be a decade before the problems are fixed.
New Jersey is also facing a similar problem.
In 2013, the New Jersey Assembly passed a bill that would require manufacturers to disclose the type of steel used on their guitars.
But the bill has been stalled in the state’s legislature.
That means that, until it’s passed, no one will know if a guitar is made from steel or from other materials.
New York Magazine also explains that while some guitar manufacturers are already changing their practices to comply with the law, the majority of guitars are still made from the same steel.
That is to say, you’ll still get a steel guitar, but it will be manufactured in a different way.