Some Guitar and Musician Hysterical Memes

Some Hysterical Guitar and Musician Memes

I’ve been absolutely slammed this year with teaching.
This has been my busiest, most successful year ever in my 31 years as a musician and 26 years teaching guitar.

That’s why I’ve had a challenging time this year keeping up with the weekly blog writing.
I just came up a solution to buy me a bit more time: JOKES! šŸ™‚

These memes are some of my favorite ones.

A guitarist’s priorities are different than those of “ordinary” people


These days, everyone’s a critic


You’ve probably already seen this classic band name meme? šŸ™‚


More a sad reality than it is a joke


I’m always up for word play

You’ve probably already seen this meme too, but I like it too much not to include it here.


Always fun to mess with the bass player


LOL… no words šŸ™‚


Reminds me Of The Days I Practiced EVERYWHERE.

This one reminds me of when I was a kid, and mum and dad were on my case for me never putting my guitar down, taking it with me EVERYWHERE.


Man look at those giant scrunchies


Because focus is overrated


Aaahhhh The Competence of Good Ol’ Boris


Not a joke, just a cool design idea I would like to have in my teaching studio


I Heard It Through the Grapevine

To give you more value than just a bunch of fun memes, here’s an interesting read I enjoyed about “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”

Cover to cover: “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”

Conclusion

Hit me up anytime at [email protected] if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson. Shoot me an email also if you would like me to send you a 96-bar drill with dominant chords mp3 practice backing track.

Keep me informed on your progress. You can hit me up in the comments section below.
If you like this blog: give it a rating and feel free to also give me any feedback.
I believe everything can always be improved. I’d gladly implement your suggestions and ideas in this blog or the next.

Be on the look out for more blogs about everything guitar, music, songwriting and music education.
You’re on your way to becoming a great guitar player.
Have fun! šŸ™‚


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