Tascam CDGT2 Guitar Trainer Review

If you’re a guitarist, and if you hope to learn and play popular music, you need to get your hands on the fantastic Tascam CDGT2 Guitar Trainer.  The CDGT2 is a magnificent piece of machinery crafted to help give you the best, and biggest, confidence boost in your young and maturing playing performance.

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The Fake Wood Fender Phone

At last week’s NAMM 2010 show, Fender and T-Mobile introduced a “Fender Phone” that looks like it’s made out of wood, but it’s not.  Eric Clapton is the spokesmodel for the phone.

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Computers for Poets: Genius in the Genus of the Genesis

A decade or so ago, I had an idea for a book series called “Computers for Poets:  A Series for Left-Brain Thinkers” — it was intended to go head-to-head with IDGs horribly named “Dummies” series of books.

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Pitching a Book to Buyers

No book gets sold unless someone thinks it will sell. That first “someone” is your publishing house. That second “someone” is the chain buyer who places an order for your book. If you want to sell a book without writing the whole thing first, you need to help your publisher, and ultimately the buyers in the bookstore chain, understand why you, and your book, are worth purchasing.

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