THE RIFFBUSTER FREE GUITAR GIVE AWAY!!!
Last year we were revamping the office and came across this lovely CORT Drednought AD810 NS Satin finished accoustic hiding in the cupboard that we had forgotten about. This year we decided to share some Luv and give it away in a free raffle. You don't even have to purchase a Riffbuster. Just send your name and contact details to; firstname.lastname@example.org. Title your email Guitar raffle. We will make the draw on Jan 5th 2019 and contact the winner directly. Dave our guitar tech says it's a lovely playing guitar, light weight with a rich bass tone and a slim neck action. We will even throw in a gig bag and may be even a free Riffbuster! So have a go, there's nothing to loose. Good luck!
Switch on your Guitar Smarts!
This simple Riffbuster Guitar memory pad has been carefully created to bridge your tuition material and your guitar practice.
This useful, light weight, colourful, three dimensional tool will help you better visualise, understand and memorise your fret board.
Simply use the coloured pins to plot out chords, scales, riffs and licks and just about anything else you are learning from books, your phone, CD's, or the internet or your Tutor.
Designed for all levels and abilities whether you're well on your way to being a Rock God or just want to strum a few chords round the "Ol camp fire". Great for Teaching and a 'Must have!' for beginners.
Making money out of Music
Last year we were delighted to be sponsors for 'Film Expos Souths' 'Making money out of music' seminar in Southampton hosted by Ivan Chandler of 'Musicalities Ltd'. Matt Black (who has worked with the Supreames and Boy George). Luke English 'Media solicitor' whos' impressive client list includes 'One Direction' and 'Rite Ora' and Irving Martin, Director, Executive producer and Composer ( Scar Face, The Sweeny, Boys from Brazil and On Golden Pond). We had a stall on the day and made some great contacts and even sold a few Riffbusters. An informative and enlightening day was had by all!
The Word on the Street is....
Zac Sayers (Guitar teacher)
A great little teach tool. Cuts out all that finger pointing and getting it wrong.
CALEY ( Stafford)
The colourful 3D thing really works, I can now see the patterns in my head.
Every person who picks up a guitar should get one of these, it would save a lot of faffing around. Excellent!