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“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

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I’m soon to embark on the exciting opportunity to play my electric guitar live with a band. Nothing out of the ordinary there you may think, but for me, this  Full Article »

Reusing Skateboards as Guitars

Reusing Skateboards as Guitars

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Born in the ‘70s and growing up in the ‘80s means my youth was built on a solid foundation of The A-Team, The Goonies, Knight Rider and Airwolf. Along with  Full Article »

“I Know Kung Fu…”

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It’s a scene from the classic movie, The Matrix. The recently enlightened Neo (Keanu Reeves) has various skills/talents/abilities downloaded straight into his brain, one being the ability to instantly kick  Full Article »

Scar Tissue – Inspiration for Creativity

Scar Tissue – Inspiration for Creativity

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I’ve recently read “Scar Tissue” by Anthony Kiedis (frontman from the Red Hot Chili Peppers) and it’s inspired me to investigate the creative sources in our lives.

Brian May’s finest moment in Queen?

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Queen is a band that forms the cornerstone for many people’s musical foundation. With the solid rhythm section of Roger Taylor and John Deacon, to the exceptional talent of Freddie  Full Article »

Guitar Tone: a different flavoured sandwich?

Guitar Tone: a different flavoured sandwich?

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I love the fact that everyone’s creative and it’s amazing we have the ability to create art, music, literature, technology and much more. However, what we create is completely subjective;  Full Article »

The guitarists and music from Laurel Canyon

The guitarists and music from Laurel Canyon

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If you’re anything like me, there are times when a particular song or an album seems to take over your thoughts, almost defining that particular moment of your stage in  Full Article »

Top five most influential jazz guitarists

Top five most influential jazz guitarists

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I’m by no way an expert on jazz, let alone jazz guitarists. I’m fortunate that as a kid, I was surrounded by music from all genres; my Mum was firmly  Full Article »

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