Facebook and Myspace but only for Guitar

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Facebook and Myspace but only for Guitar

Post by Zen Master Jeff » March 26th, 2008, 8:16 pm

Hey guys , ir you are interested in checking out other guitar players and networking, then you should stop by OnlineGuitarNetwork.com where you can see who it is you are talking too.

You can upload mp3s, videos, even write down daily practice blogs and participate in forum and group discussion.

It is pretty new but its fun to see where and who you are talking to and leave some love and appreciation for their guitar work.
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Re: Facebook and Myspace but only for Guitar

Post by Taso » April 13th, 2008, 11:01 pm

I'd find it very disappointing if this ended up being a "x brand is better than y brand, x shredder is faster than y shredder" type community.

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Re: Facebook and Myspace but only for Guitar

Post by johnmusic88 » April 14th, 2008, 10:14 am

i think i signed up for this a while ago

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"Ah, yes." answered the little boy. " I know the proverb, but does the dog know the proverb, too?"

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