Daniel Ladds - Introduction/Beginning Youtube
Hey everyone my name is Daniel Ladds and I am 17 years old. I have been playing guitar for the past 5 years but around 3 years ago I introduced myself to fingerstyle guitar. Over the years I have got particularly good at guitar in my opinion but I had problems with playing infront of people both in person and through videos.
In this period of time I worked up my courage and uploaded my first guitar cover being See You Again to my facebook account. Due to my negative thoughts I thought I wouldn't receive any comeback but in the long term it worked out with over 700 views and 30 likes in just over a day. After this I decided to keep uploading to facebook and kept getting the same comeback.
Over the months that I was doing this I was told by many of my friends to start a youtube channel. I thought about doing this but I had a better but risky idea. Over the past 3 years I had a youtube channel with roughly 1950 on gaming on minecraft where I got into some of the videos of the 1.6million subscriber Woofless and both interacted and helped him with things in his lets plays.
Since I quit minecraft in the dusk of December I decided to convert my channel into a fingerstyle guitar channel. I wasn't thinking that much at the time and finally realized that I was draining my subscribers of the content they subscribed for. Due to this I got a bit of negative feedback regarding the situation but a lot of people subscribed to me stayed loyal and gave me all the support possible where as the others adding up to 350 as of now unsubscribed and to be honest I don't blame them for it.
I decided that since my youtube channel is mainly a gaming based community hence the subscribers so I would like to introduce myself to the guitar community and interact with it alot more.
Thank you to all who read this and please check out my channel if you have a minute .
As a guitarist or musician in general creating a YouTube account is definitely a great idea. It's a great way of collecting videos showing your abilities and your journey as a guitarist. It's also a brilliant way to meet other musicians and engage in a community. I'll have a little look through your channel now. Perhaps you may like mine?
I provide a range of gear demonstration and music educational content for guitarists. The idea behind my channel is to create engaging and useful content for the guitarist community with your suggestions. Hopefully you may find something you like!
I have a range of series demonstrating and explaining guitar gear, as well as covers and performances!
Good to meet you dude,
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