Where do I go from here?

Have you landed here and you’re wondering “what am I doing here?”, “what does this site do/offer?” or “has anybody seen where I left my plectrum?”. Hopefully this quick article can answer some of those questions.

Some. Because, no … I haven’t seen your plectrum.

Where do I go from here?

Affordable V-style guitars … here’s seven I’ve found

Quite some time ago, I wrote about six guitars I could realistically see myself buying. Not all of them, just one of them. I’m not wealthy. Since the year I wrote that article, I’ve not purchased another guitar.

Dark times.

I’m hoping that this year is the year I break the drought. I feel like 2020 owes me something good. I’m pretty sure most of us have been questioning what has gone wrong with this year. Knowing that guitars always make me happy, I thought I’d look into my V-style guitar options.

Affordable V-style guitars … here’s seven I’ve found

Buildings reflected

Sometimes an interesting shot is right above you. This photograph was taken looking up between buildings with a beautiful winter sky in the background. The colour of the main building works perfectly against the blue sky backdrop.

Photograph taken on my Huawei P30 Pro (no filters).

New website features

After no survey was done, I decided to add a couple of never-asked-for features to this website. Why? Well, because it’s my website and I’ll pretty much do what I like. Still, if you are interested in having content sent to you so you don’t have to keep checking this site for updates, you’ll like at least one new feature.

New website features

Another 52 Guitars, week 18—JHALE Guitars NoneMoreBlack

It’s been a while since I added to this series. I apologise for that. It just hasn’t felt like the most important thing for me to focus my thoughts and energies on in these current times. Having said that, I wanted to make sure my next article in this series did something to promote someone who wasn’t representing a huge brand but instead was doing their best to get their voice heard in a crowded market.

The first guitar I thought of was the NoneMoreBlack by JHALE Guitars. Now I know that this article isn’t going to do much to help Jay—owner and luthier at JHALE Guitars—but if I’m going to reconnect with my joy for guitars and blogging, I couldn’t think of a better guitar to start with.

Another 52 Guitars, week 18—JHALE Guitars NoneMoreBlack

Another 52 Guitars, week 17—B.C. Rich Mockingbird Extreme with Evertune bridge

My true love for metal guitar came along as I lived as a teenager through the 80s. I loved all genres of metal in the 80s, but some of the more memorable bands played the pointiest of pointy guitars and few were pointier than B.C. Rich. As I continue my series of guitars I’d love to purchase—all guitars having something new to add to my collection—the Mockingbird Extreme with Evertune bridge ticks a lot of boxes.

It doesn’t hurt that the guitar just looks amazing.

Another 52 Guitars, week 17—B.C. Rich Mockingbird Extreme with Evertune bridge