Discover the Guitar Blogosphere!

Discovery

Atomic Guitarist’s Jason Parker recently kicked off the Guitar Blogs Discovery Project – a list of guitar blogs meant to spread the word among readers and bloggers alike.

For readers, it’s a great opportunity to discover some true gems. Here in one easy list, is a cross section of guitar blogs covering topics like guitar lessons, news, equipment reviews and even ergonomic guitar designs. 😉

If you’re a guitar blogger, join the project! The ground rules are simple. As Jason states…

Take all of the links on this page and add yours to it, then publish a blog entry like mine. Make sure to explain what the project is… just don’t copy and paste my post or it will be marked as duplicate content.

For guitar bloggers, it’s an opportunity to help grow our communities by bringing our work to new audiences. It’s a win-win for everyone.

Without further ado, here is the original list from the Guitar Blogs Discovery Project:

Guitar Noize | Strat-O-Blogster | Guitar MX | Mad Stratter | Guitarz | Building the Ergonomic Guitar | Guitritus | Musician’s Notebook | GuitarToyBox | IGUITARGOD | Mr. Blues Guy | markmcguigan.com | Acoustic Guitar Player | iFingers Guitar Experience | Play Like a Girl | Electric Guitar Review | Guitar Novice | Truth in Shredding | Thumbrella | Music Ramble | The Soul of Rock and Roll | Guitar Lifestyle | GuitaroJam News | Music Gadgets | The Guitar Channel | The Guitar Resource | Guitar Stuff | Grand Weepers

One last thing… If you find a blog you like, don’t forget to subscribe to it. An RSS feed is the most common option but some also offer updates through email. For example, I offer both email updates and an RSS feed.

Happy discoveries!

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9 Responses to “Discover the Guitar Blogosphere!”

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  2. I’d like to be a part of that list. My blog isn’t solely devoted to guitar and nothing else, but I have a lot of quality guitar content.

    1. I replicated the original list as per the “rules” but I bent the rules and added your site. 😉

  3. It really is a great idea. The only problem that I see so far is that it is going to be difficult to keep track of the newest additions as they add this post to thier site. For instance, I went to Atomic Guitarist and copied the list of blogs, but I just noticed that yours was not in that list. No matter, as I already have your website linked, but what about all of those folks whom I don’t have linked?

    1. Take a peek again at the URL to the Guitar Blogs Discovery Project. I’m there. It turns out that Jason is building another list for Rock Music Blogs. I suspect you might have seen the new one which happens to sit at the top of the home page at the moment. Scroll down a bit and you’ll see the guitar blogs list.

      Otherwise, you’re absolutely right. It’s a challenge to keep up with others who may have joined. It’s a good question for Jason but not entirely unexpected from what I’ve seen of other such linking projects.

  4. I thank you for your link back. I’ll check Jason’s site again to make sure that I’m not missing anyone.

  5. Sorry for the constant posting, but I see that you linked to my blogger blog. Would you mind terribly changing “blogspot” to “wordpress” in the URL? I’ve recently switched over, though I do still keep the blogger one active.

    1. “Constant posting” is not a problem. I like hearing from readers. Oh yes – I made the change to the URL. 😀

  6. Great. Thanks!