My Goals with this Blog...

Are to document my experiences with various income streams and programs in my quest to becoming a full time freelancer working from home. I plan to list my current 'eggs' and to post the things that have and haven't worked for me.

Time to Gear Up for Black Friday

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 10:12 PM

Oh it's now Black Friday! And for once I'm not working on it!? Yesss. Though you won't find me out in the cold in long lines fighting other plebs for deals. Screw that. I'm gunna do my shopping online. And guess where my first stop is going to be? At this instruments music store that's what! I'm going to cure my musical itch this year because why not?

Guitar Book Learnin'

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 7:41 PM

Oh, me want! The book in this link picture chords is full of lots of cool info about guitar chords (I wish I had this ages ago).

For the Bass Heads

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 8:37 PM

I've not been one to care so much about the size of a sound system; my pc speakers do me fine at home and my car despite being almost 10 years old possesses a beast of an internal sound system. But I must admit this eminence delta pa speaker looks amazing.

Guitar Grips and Other Cool Gadgets

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 8:39 AM

Looking for new hi tech music accessories? Wanting to get the best sound out of your gear? Well, Planet Waves is the place to go.

Muff Pedals

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 11:34 PM

Now, I do enjoy me a bit of guitar. I love the different tones and vibrant timbres you can get from one naturally. But electric guitars can achieve even more odd sounds by way of pedals and extra equipment. One such item is a big muff pedal. This type of pedal has been in use since the 70's and is known as one of the best sound distortion equipment to get for guitars.

I Had a Bit of Ring Confusion Here

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 11:46 PM

I've never found myself to be an overly romantic person. Hell, the idea of rings sandwiched onto my fingers does not please me in the slightest. But I could not contain the slightest bit of daww when I saw a promise ring for her. At first I thought it was on about 'those rings' know the creepy ones that over zealous parents give their twee daughters.

Drum Line Dreams

Posted by tehblogging trolless | 11:37 PM

I have always admired people who used a marching snare drum. I used to do high school marching band ages ago as both part of the main group marking on field and as a pit crew member. I always found the drum line so cool. They were at times considered the main back bone of the band (next to the conductor that is) that kept the spirit of the band alive. They introduced and lead out the band with their drum lines and did tricks on field and on the side lines.