Some cool news. My podcast is now available on iTunes. If you are an iTunes user which I’m sure many of you are, you can head here to listen and download it.
For those that aren’t bothered about iTunes but haven’t yet checked it out, you can listen to the podcasts here on Guitar Domination too.
Here are the links to where you can listen to them:
If you have a listen on iTunes and you could leave it a review that would be awesome too.
My personal favourite is podcast #2 as it covers such an important topic – how to learn properly and more specifically what I define as the ‘Three golden rules of learning guitar’.
As for future podcasts, I have literally dozens of ideas for what to create but I want to get your input on it.
If you have any thoughts, ideas or suggestions on podcast topics, do leave a comment below and let me know.
I had a good comment on another post recently asking me to do a podcast on how to buy a good guitar once you have ‘maxed-out’ your beginner guitar. I thought that was a great idea and ties nicely into my new book on the subject which will be out soon.
The podcasts have been great fun to record so far and the feedback has been great. If this continues then there will be more and I’ll make it more of a regular feature.
As always, let me know, as this blog is all about helping you improve your guitar skills and the best way for me to do that is for you to tell me what helps, what you enjoy and even what doesn’t work.
There will be more podcasts soon but for now, go to iTunes, give the podcast a leisurely listen, apply the ideas and techniques mentioned and… enjoy.
A lovely podcast thank you. It’s a great reminder that we need to listen to our playing and just blindly forge on. I only recently found your website and lessons and, sadly, I do fall into your typical age group lol. I began playing classical guitar as a young 15 year old but then life, work, babies all got in the way and I hadn’t picked up a guitar in donkeys years till I hit the big 60 (eek) this year and decided to renew my acquaintance with what I consider to be a beautiful instrument. This time, its for me, not classical but a bit of blues or a bit of pop and I love fingerstyle (given the classical background it seems to come easier). Anyways, looking forward to more of your podcasts, thanks.
Thanks for the comment and the kind words. Don`t think of it as a bad thing learning later on in life. There are certainly advantages to doing so. For one, you no doubt have a whole bunch of songs you are passionate about! (kids often don`t)
Anyway, glad to hear you are enjoying it and remember the motto I tell everyone – learn with focus and precision but always keep it fun!
Thanks for getting in touch.
Thanks for the podcast. Looking forward to hearing more.
It`s my pleasure, Ridge. Glad you are liking it. More coming soon. 🙂