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New Blog Site Updates and… Blogging?

Would you believe it? A “blog” site is finally set up for …blogging, and blogging about the guitar. I wanted something nice to look at and mobile-friendly.

Yeah, …but blogging?

I’ve decided to give blogging a go. My plan is to talk about things dealing with Christianity and music, specific to the classical/fingerstyle/nylon string guitar. This will be the main focus of the blog, but not limited to that only. I think that there are many things that we can glean from the Word of God, serving God as musicians, and encouraging the church as God leads.

Classical guitar on bench
Classical guitar on a bench.

So what’s so different about this blog versus any other church music blog?

A couple of things. First, this blog is dedicated to Christ and serving Him with the classical/fingerstyle guitar primarily in the church, but not limited to the church and not necessarily limited to classical music. Arrangements for hymns and praise & worship songs will be posted for free download under The Hymn Project tab in both notation and tablature. I want to make these as accessible as possible for anyone interested.

The blog posts will consist of:

  1. My guitar videos (of course)
  2. The Gospel Truth and articles about what the Bible says about music
  3. Video Pick of the Month
  4. Product Reviews
  5. Hymn / Praise & Worship Posts (of course)
  6. New Resources
  7. Favorite CDs and Where to Get Them
  8. Practice Ideas / Scales / Exercises
  9. Djembe and Hand Percussion Ideas
  10. Recording and Home Studio Ideas

These are some of the ideas for this blog, I’d like to talk about a practical way of approaching the guitar (everybody and their sister already teaches online, so this will be something different). If you would like to see others, feel free to drop me a line. As always, be sure to sign up for the monthly newsletter and follow Pauly’s Guitar Journal on the various social media list on this blog.

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