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Is there a time and a place for the Cells? I’ve said it before, I try my hardest to not promote bands I like, I want to keep my focus on how to learn guitar, not telling the world about new music. A few months back I just had to go against this philosophy and [...]
Young girl plays guitar really, really fast! A video named Young Girl Kills The Guitar has started to circulate on Facebook. Is it real or fake? Is this the next big guitar viral? Who is this girl? Join the conversation on facebook to find out more. I know I will!
Last night at the Harvest Sessions with House Of Hats! It’s not every Saturday I’m gig less, so when House of Hats played the Brunswick last night under their themed night the Harvest Sessions, I had to go and see what these guys where up to. The Harvest Sessions now run every 3 months; if [...]
Grammy Awards 2013 with Bruno Mars! One of the most pleasant musical surprises of 2012 was that Bruno Mars is actually really good. Maybe even cool. In hindsight, if Mars planned his career, released all those first singles in order to “get the kids” and then planned to release ‘Locked Out Of Heaven‘ to cross [...]
Eric Clapton plays you his favorite guitars! “It’s like a restaurant, if there’s lots of people there – it’s gonna be good food” says Clapton when explaining why he would always go for a worn out neck on a Fender Stratocaster. Finding several of them, changing necks and probably pickups around, he would essentially build [...]