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Posts By: Tyler
Electric or acoustic, that is the question. Deciding whether to buy yourself a traditional wooden violin or to invest in an electric model can be difficult. To some extent, your choice will hinge on the style of music you want to focus on. Many classical and folk musicians prefer conventional designs, while jazz and rock… Read more »
There are all kinds of genres out there for the beginner guitar player to learn. While some musicians may be drawn to the idea of playing an epic Rush guitar solo, others love country-western music. But what if your own personal tastes strays outside the norm? If your favourite band is Modest Mouse and you’d… Read more »
For those of us in the northern hemisphere, the end of the summer to early autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the year. September is often a golden month, there is still a lot of residual heat in the air and some warm early autumnal golden sunshine. But there’s also the merest… Read more »
I have always hated the gym. Signing up for memberships, waiting for machines, lugging a bag around at work all day to shorten the commute – it’s very taxing for a guy working close to 50 hours per week. I knew there had to be a better way. I won’t sit here and pretend I’m… Read more »
Top Gear’s most talked about presenter is attributed to yet another discerning quote “Didier Drogba’s just a big loveable lump. Graham Norton seemed to get inside him last night” was included in the Ladbrokes ‘Did they really say that?’ quiz where visitors were asked to select who said the quote from three options. A whopping… Read more »
English working class culture is something which takes a dry and humorous view at its self in a way that the rest of the world often doesn’t understand. And it’s a shame that some of the best and most fun aspects of British working class life are dying out along with the traditional trades that… Read more »