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David Hodge
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Boy do I feel strange posting something here! :wink:

The folks at Acoustic Guitar Magazine have asked me to write some lessons for them and the first one is out in the May 2005 issue. Besides being in the magazine, this lesson, Alternate Tunings Made Easy, is also on their website, which you can find here:

http://www.acousticguitar.com

You'll also find MP3 files for the lesson on their website. That's all free, by the way.

Thanks, as always, for your support. I couldn't have done this without the Guitar Noise community.

Peace

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 1:30 am
Nick Torres
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Let me be the first to say it:

You rock David. Congratulations.

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 1:33 am
Mike
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That just goes to show that all your hard work is paying off!

100+ lessons/articles, I tip my cap and thank you and Paul for providing such a great place to come to.

Thank You!

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 1:51 am
Alan Green
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Way to go, David.

A :-)

"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
Wedding music and guitar lessons in Essex. Listen at: http://www.rollmopmusic.co.uk

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 8:54 am
cnev
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Wow congratulations!!

Do you get royalties if we buy a copy of the mag?

"It's all about stickin it to the man!"
It's a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll!

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 11:56 am
David Hodge
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Do you get royalties if we buy a copy of the mag?
No, but the more feedback they get - whether that be more sales or letters (or emails) to the editors - the more likely they are to want me to do another! And while that doesn't get me royalties it does get me a pay check, which frees me up to write more articles and lessons and the beat goes on... :wink:

Another great possibility (and one that might indeed involve royalties) would be that String Letter Publishing, who owns Acoustic Guitar Magazine, might get interested in putting out books of lessons (with CDs) much like the ones we do here on the site. Wouldn't that be cool?

Peace

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 3:00 pm
Anonymous
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Congratulations David,
You certainly do deserve this.

 
Posted : 31/03/2005 6:01 pm
Gary.Stanley
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Congrats David....Only been around a short time but I'm impressed

 
Posted : 23/05/2005 4:10 am