Learn & Master Bass Guitar Update

Posted on 14 April 2010 | No responses

There is good news for aspiring bass guitar players.  You can now pre-order Learn & Master Bass Guitar and check out the live site.  Click Here To Check It Out!!

The full price of this great package is only $59.00 and if you put in a pre-order up to April 30th, the cost to you would only be $49.00.  That’s a $10 saving on an already great priced package.  Check some video samples of the learning bass package here:


As you can see this is a really professional package and once again, here is what it comes with:

  • What’s In It?: 3 DVDs and 1 Jam-Along CD
  • Instructor: Tony Marvelli, bassist for a wide range of arists from Brian Littrell (yes, from the Backstreet Boys), American Idol finalists Phil Stacey and Mandisa
  • Official Release Date: April 30, 2010
  • Pre-Orders get a $10 discount until April 30th

Bass Guitar Learning System

Get started today and learn how to play the bass guitar.

A Quick Fix For A Broken Guitar String

Posted on 14 April 2010 | 1 response

As you are playing a ripping guitar solo, you bend the strings a little too far and suddenly the dreaded clanking sound emerges…  The guitar is now completely out of tune and a broken guitar string is hanging there like a branch on a weeping willow tree…  Sound familiar?

You look around in your guitar case for a replacement string, but you are out…  The last thing you want to do right now is drive a half hour away to the closest music store to buy new strings…  Well, there could potentially be some good news in this situation.  This method only works if left some slack on the strings to begin with and did not clip them.  Here are the steps to get that broken string sounding new again:

  • Carefully unwind the broken string and remove it from the guitar
  • Find the end hole piece and use pliers to bend it back and fourth so you can successfully remove it from the string
  • Now you should have the broken string and the end hole piece
  • Thread a little of the broken string through end hole piece and carefully tie a knot with it.
  • Use the pliers to tighten it and clip off the excess areas if there is too much left over
  • Now just restring the fixed string and you are done

There you have it – a poor man’s guide to fixing a guitar string.  It won’t work in a all cases and it really depends where the break is on the string.  I’ve had a lot of success with this method and it saves you the trip to the store if you don’t have extra guitar strings laying around…  For further information on how to string a guitar, click here.

Learn Bass Guitar

Posted on 9 April 2010 | No responses

Learn & Master is releasing a new learning system on April 30th, 2010 specifically for the bass guitar called Learn & Master Bass Guitar.  If this is anything like the quality of the Learn Guitar series you are in for a real treat!  This is what the package will include:

  • What’s In It?: 3 DVDs and 1 Jam-Along CD
  • Instructor: Tony Marvelli, bassist for a wide range of arists from Brian Littrell (yes, from the Backstreet Boys), American Idol finalists Phil Stacey and Mandisa
  • Official Release Date: April 30, 2010

We look forward to trying out this new system and reading reviews and success stories about it.  Here is a sneak peak of a few product shots of what some of the package looks like:

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Once this product goes live we will add an update with a new post.

Guitar Jewelry – Cool Silver Jewelry

Posted on 9 April 2010 | No responses

Do you want to go the extra step and give your guitar a cool new look?  A company by the name of Imperial Rose Collections can definitely help you out.  Imperial Rose Collections specializes in custom made silver jewelry and can make your idea into a reality.

In addition to making music jewelry and guitar jewelry, they have an assortment of other cool products such as rings, bracelets, chains, pendants, cufflinks, lighters, buckles, hats and much more…  Here are a few pictures of custom guitar jewelry that you can check out.  These particular pieces are made for the tuning pegs and volume knobs:

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Click Here For More Information About Guitar Jewelry and Imperial Rose Collections

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