Oh boy. I’m sure Taylor Swift didn’t see that coming. Her popular song ‘Teardrops On My Guitar’ of course doesn’t hold any clues as to whom she exactly was singing about, other than some guy she had a crush on in high-school.
I’m not into video games and I also don’t know anything about this whole Guitar Hero Live thing. But I just read this online and I thought I’d share it with you in case you’re interested.
Happy New Year 2016 everybody. I hope you had a smooth transition. I’m not known for being a night owl, so as usual, I went to bed around 10PM last night. However, since I woke up just before midnight, I turned on the TV to see the Ball Drop on NBC. Well, that was useless, because they didn’t even show it! Maybe they got tired of it and just need some new inspiration. Because, hey, it’s a ball dropping to the ground. I’m sure there could be more exciting things than a ball, right?
Free is not always free, right? All of us learned that the hard way at some point, I’d venture to say. They tell you there’s no money involved to lure you in, and before you even know what’s happening, they got your credit card number. Not exactly free, in my opinion. But I guess that’s how good sales people operate, I guess. I clearly don’t belong to that group because I’m terrible at anything sales. I tried it, but I failed miserably. So, why am I telling you all that? For two reasons: first of all, I’m not in the business of selling you anything. As a matter of fact, I’m going to recommend to you what I feel are some of the best online guitar lessons resources, all of which are all totally free of charge. Yet, you get pretty much everything you would get as part of many paid-for programs. Secondly, I will also tell you my personal top choice of the best place to learn guitar online, at least as far as I’m concerned.
Yes, things can get a little overwhelming on the Internet. On one hand, I think it’s great that there are so many things people can learn from resources available on the World-Wide-Web. But let’s be honest – at least in my opinion, the vast majority of the information you can find there on any specific topic is suboptimal, to say the least. You never know what’s going to happen by clicking on a link, but more often than not, you’ll end up with something that doesn’t really help at all. Or worse, you think it’s something that could be worth spending money on, but then it turns out to be worthless (or a scam!). And the exact same is true when people simply want to find out what is the best way to learn guitar online.
Lemmy just died. I can’t believe it. I guess we all knew that he had been sick. The band had to cancel a number of shows recently and I guess it was public knowledge that he had all kinds of illnesses. However, what I didn’t know was that he had been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. Apparently, he himself online learned about that only couple of days ago.
Congratulations, you decided to pick up guitar. This is awesome and what I will try to do over the next few minutes is to provide you with some guidance on the next steps. Because nowadays I feel there is almost too many resources available to anyone who wants to learn the instrument. Some of which are actually not real ‘resources’ but rather dubious advertisements that don’t provide any value at all. Anyway, let me try to help you navigating a little bit in trying to figure where to find the best free acoustic guitar lessons for beginners. At the end of this article I will share with you two completely free online guitar resources. And when I say free, I mean free. No money, no registration, no sign-up required.