Guitar Hashtags for Instagram and How to Use Them

January 31, 2017

Use this list of Guitar hashtags for Instagram to get more likes and comments

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If you’re in the music industry, you’ll be dealing with guitars at some point. Maybe you’re a guitar store, a music venue, or even a bar and you need to promote your guitar related Instagram posts. The issue is that guitars are popular in the real world and on Instagram. The #guitar hashtag has been used over 16 million times as I write this post. Today, we’ll give you your essential guitar hashtags for Instagram. Then we’ll discuss how you need to use them and how you need to combine them with other hashtags in order to get in front of your ideal audience.  Before we get started, take a few seconds to copy and save the hashtags below, these will be the basis for your Guitar Instagram hashtag strategy on Instagram.

List of Guitar Instagram Hashtags

#Guitar #Guitarist #Instamusic #Instaguitar #Singing #Guitarcover #Guitarvideo #Instacover #Music #Coversong #Acousticguitar #Acousticcover #Electricguitar #Guitarplayer #Guitarra #Guitarporn #Guitarhero #Guitarsolo #Fingerstyle #Chords #Strum #StringInstrument #Guitarrist

How to Use Your Guitar Hashtags for Instagram

Mix associated brand and guitar hashtags to broaden your audience

Mix them up with Brand Hashtags

Phil Wenerson understands just how passionate people are about guitars. Because he understands this passion, he knows that if he uses brand hashtags such as #Fender #Gibson and #LesPaul, he will draw the eyes of their fans to his posts and in turn he will make his audience broader. The trick here is that his posts are relevant to this audience. Keep this in mind when you schedule your guitar Instagram posts and you can gain new targeted eyes.




If you are a local service you need to use city hashtags in your posts

Include Location Hashtags

Local brands, businesses and service providers (like a guitar store, guitar teacher, or a bands to name a few), need to use geo-targeted hashtags. The general guitar hashtags you copied earlier will get you more exposure by people who like guitars, but location hashtags get you seen by people who are more likely to convert. The band Stone Giant understands this. Notice how they not only tag #Brooklyn, the city where they are playing, but also the venue #FreddysBar. Whenever you post, take their example and think about the hashtags that locals will browse on Instagram so that they too can see your posts.

Use industry hashtags to attract hyper targeted views

Don’t Forget Industry Tags

#Guitar and #Guitarist are both very broad hashtags. There are many different parts to the industry, this means that in order to attract people that convert you’ll need to narrow things down. When you do, don’t go too narrow. Let’s dive into what is too narrow and what is not narrow enough.  Take the example above from New York Guitar Academy. Sure they want to attract people who like guitars, but in order for their Instagram efforts to yield and ROI, they need to attract those who are actually looking to learn to play the guitar. They were very smart about this, note their tags #learntoplayguitar and #guitar lessons will get them in front of the eyes that matter, eyes that convert.

Custom hashtags can help you convert customers in to brand advocates

Use Custom Brand Hashtags

If you don’t have a custom hashtag for your brand, you should create one now. Custom hashtags help you measure the interest in your brand, and can also help you convert your customers and audience into marketing groupies. Veritas Guitars understands this quite well.  Note the use of #VeritasGuitars and how the brand has only created 444 pieces of content, yet there are well over 1,000 posts that use their custom hashtag. That means that their audience has so much stock in the brand that they take the time to tag their images with the #VeritasGuitars tag. This is smart marketing.

How to Manage and Grow your Instagram Account

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You now understand how to mix your Guitar hashtags with others to get the most reach. Now you need to work your account. That means posting beautiful images daily, using a call to action on your posts, and engaging your targets. This requires help from a great tool like Socialdraft. With Socialdraft, you can:

Schedule posts to multiple Instagram accounts
Have multiple people work on various accounts
Search for posts by hashtag and schedule reposts to all your connected social networks

However, Socialdraft is more than just an Instagram management tool. Socialdraft is an all-in-one social media tool that lets you:

Schedule posts to Facebook pages, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn Business Pages and Pinterest Boards
Schedule posts individually, as recurring posts, or bulk upload them as CSV
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Schedule GIFs to Facebook and Twitter
Download content calendars as PDF
Find content on Instagram and easily schedule reposts not just to Instagram but to all other social networks
Engage on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin
Download Facebook and Twitter reports
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