Olà from the fastest growing community of guitar players!
When I created Guitar Hacks my goal was to provide guitar players with the tools needed to unlock their potential and become the best players they can be.
In addition to that, I wanted to create a community of people who are passionate about guitar and share a common desire to become great players.
I’m overwhelmed by how great the response has been since launching Guitar Hacks.
With over 7200 guitar players, three full student batches, and more than 1300 comments and replies, and we’re just getting started!
An active community of guitar players
Being able to interact with other players of varying skill levels is extremely helpful. Our community gives us a way to hold each other accountable for the goals we’ve set.
Lack of accountability is the number one reason people fail, so this is a great resource in helping us achieve those goals.
Over the past few weeks, myself and a select group of students have been testing out a new community platform. It’s been a lot of fun and there is already some great content here!
Now, I would like to welcome all of you to the Guitar Hackers Community Forum!
Here, students can hang out and discuss gear, other artists and practice techniques, or get help if they’re struggling with something.
More importantly, the Hackers Community gives me a place to interact with all of you through the comments and we’ve even had some live zoom sessions with the most active members! It’s been great to see the progress you’re making. I especially enjoy the student Show and Tell videos — there’s a lot of great talent here!
What are you waiting for? Click here and introduce yourself!
Happy shredding and see you in the forum!