How do you recover from DAMAGING your guitar when you’re learning how to play? Do you cry? Mourn? Instead, check out this video to see how you can incorporate your guitar into your journey to fuel hours of practice and fun!
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Getting the motivation to practice can be extremely difficult. One of the best ways to help you find inspiration is to incorporate your guitar into your guitar journey. I know it sounds confusing, but bear with me…
Your acoustic guitar is a powerful instrument. Even if you’ve damaged, dinged, or dented it, your guitar tells a story. If you can incorporate that story into your guitar journey, your drive to create, play, and have fun will be so much higher!
There’s no better guitar I could think of to talk about this concept than my Martin 0M28 Marquis. I’ve banged it up quite a few times, but this Martin Guitar so intricately tied to my guitar journey that I’d never let those dents and dings tarnish my view of this beauty!
In addition to talking about my Martin Marquis, I’ll also let you in on my D’Addario Nickel Bronze review — and how those strings stack up with the Santa Cruz Parabolic Tension strings…
Finally, we’ll take a look at Third Man Records’ new release of vinyl titled “The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records.” It’s an incredible box set, and I’m so excited to share it with you!
As always, you can catch Acoustic Tuesday at 10 am every Tuesday in these four places: