Category Archives: Music Festivals / Gigs
Everyone loves a bank holiday – the long weekends, barbecues in the sunshine and, best of all, the chance to relax without having to worry about work for a couple of days. But don’t just waste the break by doing nothing, there are plenty of action-packed ways of spending the weekends in the UK. Music-lovers especially can make the most of an array of festivals which now fill the summer months, with many of them taking place over bank holiday weekends. Here are five of the best for 2013:
Once you have familiarized yourself with the basics of playing guitar including strumming patterns and counts, you are ready to start learning to play chords. The best online guitar tutorials will be your best bet for learning guitar chords from home because you are being instructed on finger placement from a professional.
What makes 135,000 people want to camp in a field together?
Glastonbury Festival is like no other anywhere in the world.
The four day event has weathered everything thrown at it since its debut in 1970, attracting the world’s biggest acts whilst also maintaining a firm green commitment and contributions to charity. The festival is the high-point of musical and social calendars, with the Somerset fields akin to a religious shrine for those who return year after year.
There is an old English saying that goes a man’s home is his castle. Well with this infographic your home will be an impenetrable fortress!
Surrounded by a 10ft chain link fence, a mine field and security camera’s you will quickly get the message out there that your home is not to be messed with.
You’re never going to run out of people with a fascination for the guitar. Anyone who’s someone wants to take up guitar lessons. It is understandable. The instrument is beautiful; sublime, even. And when you look at artistes like Slash, Jimmy Page, and Jimi Hendrix, who are nothing less than legends, it’s too easy to be inspired. You often hear interesting stories of how great rock stars have been using the same guitar for years and years at end without a single falter in the quality. There’s no rocket science behind the longevity of their guitars. The trick simply lies in some dexterous and regular care-taking. But before we move on to the physical aspects of guitar maintenance, there’s something every beginner should know. A guitar is not just a wooden instrument with some strings attached to it. It’s an extension of the guitarist himself. Thus, it is important that you love and respect your guitar the same way you would respect your own body.