Guitar Friendly featured on Guitar International Magazine

I was really excited this morning when I found out that Guitar International Magazine featured Guitar Friendly in a series they are doing called “10 Great Guitar Blogs.”

If you don’t know, Guitar International is an online guitar magazine that is a one stop spot for artist interviews, guitar news, reviews, contests, columns, and much more. For only being just one year old, Guitar International has already established itself as an authoritative voice for everything guitar.

So as you might imagine, I feel quite honored to be featured in their “10 Great Guitar Blogs” series.

Some highlights from the article:

One of the most interesting and comprehensive guitar teaching websites on the map today is Guitar Friendly. Run by Brett, who is a fine performer and accomplished teacher in his own right, the site is a treasure trove of information geared towards making you a better guitarist, while not charging you an arm and a leg to do so. …

With his site growing every week, and his content being enjoyed by thousands of players from across the globe, Brett has reaped some of the rewards that running a teaching website can bestow upon its owner. Some of his favorite moments in the site’s history have come from “seeing others grow in their abilities.” Brett also finds it “very rewarding to see the light bulb go off for people, and it’s especially rewarding when I was a part of that process.” Guitar blogs are often a labor of love, but with experiences like this, it’s no wonder publishers like Brett work so hard to bring their articles to the guitar-loving public.

To read the full article, check it out here!

About Brett McQueen

Brett McQueen is a musician, songwriter, and the founder and editor of Guitar Friendly and Ukulele Tricks. Learn more about him here and follow him on Twitter at @GuitarFriendly.