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ADVISE / CONNECTIONS / PROMOTIONS
IF YOU’RE SERIOUS ABOUT BREAKING INTO THE FOLK SCENE THIS MIGHT BE OR YOU
WANT TO TRACK WHERE YOUR TRACKS ARE BEING PLAYED? THIS SITE MIGHT HELP
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We all need a bit of help from time to time, be it finding a decent guitar coach,
a refresher Course on something, or simply some fresh ideas on how to perk up our
performances or Web Sites.
On this page you’ll find a whole range of reference material, most of it for “FREE
DOWNLOAD”. Everything from a basic Chord Dictionary (personally I don’t know who
needs more than 100 Chords, but then I’m a Masher) to Joke Books.
You’ll also find a fairly extensive LINKS section to Web Sites that will give you
extra help, or simply places to dump your music or develop a fan base.
It’s all here, so enjoy exploring what’s on offer.
MAKING YOUR MUSICAL FOOTPRINT
THE MASHERS have discovered quite a bit over the past four or five years, about using
social Networking, playing in Folk Clubs and Open Mics, and finding those hard to
get Gigs. We share it all in our little manual (pdf) “Making Your Musical Footprint”
It’s for beginners, or those seeking to Branch out beyond the weekly Open Mic. However,
I think from time to time, it’s useful to draw up the old check list and making sure
we’re getting the basics right - so there might be something for everyone.
It’s not definitive, it’s not suppose to be a template to Stardom, it’s a set of
guides and ideas that might just work for you.
AND NOW IT’S AVAILABLE FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE FIRST TIME JUST
Yes - most of us, The Masher in particular, have real difficulty fitting a sequence
of four chords together - alright I’m speaking for myself - but here’s a resouce
that might help you develop some new Chords to fit to your tunes.
YOU CAN HAVE 100 GUITAR CHORDS FOR FREE NOW BY CLICKING HERE
TEN TIPS TO IMPROVE GUITAR PLAYING
Ten Tips to help you improve your Guitar playing. They come from Jamie at “The Principles”
which is an on line resource for Guitarists.
Jamie has a rather deep and philosophical approach to making music and playing the
guitar yet her tutorials, blogs, and News Letters are packed with useful tips.
Her Web Site is free to enter, but there is a Premium Pay Area as well for those
who may feel the discipline that Jamie demands is for them.