If you follow me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram then you’ve hopefully caught a few photographs I’ve captured this past week or so. I’ve been playing around with a Campfire Guitars electro-acoustic guitar. If all goes to plan I will have a video review (as much as I’m capable of reviewing through the medium of
I came across the Campfire Guitar team on Twitter. I do spend a lot of time there after all. Perhaps they noticed me because I tweet a lot about guitars. Perhaps they noticed the part of my Twitter profile description that says Terrible guitar player. Whatever the reason, I’m glad we discovered each other. I
Recently I posted an Instagram photo of my newly acquired Rob Zombie Live BluRay disc The Zombie Horror Picture Show. I’d purchased it with the Megadeth Countdown to Exctinction Live DVD (it seems near impossible to get that one on BluRay). When posting the image to Twitter I was asked politely to review the concert movie.
Recently I accepted a challenge—foolishly most likely—set by a couple of my fellow guitar addicted Twitter friends (let’s call them Peter and the Baron). The challenge was to produce a video that showcased one of the guitar pedals we owned. We had a finite time to produce the video as well. The challenge was flawed
Social media can be awesome. For example, there’s this cool website called Strumm (it’s all about guitars) that I initially came across on Twitter. I discovered this epic winning guy called Dan there. He plays guitar in a band called Amaryllis. As you can see, before I knew it I had gone from Twitter, to Strumm,