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Weekend Reading

Just a few awesomely amazing updates:

Two more articles published online.

The first is a Top 10 list for UG is one of the top guitar sites. They have a huge database of free guitar tabs and like to report on industry and artist news. They also like to put up Top 10 lists every now and then. I’m not sure why. It’s mainly for generating a ton of forum discussion. Because frankly, every guitarist has an opinion and they tend to get sore if their favorite guitarists don’t make the list. It’s a very subjective list that is completely my opinion. Am I really a reputable source for determining the Top 10 Underrated Guitarists? Apparently to Ultimate-Guitar, I am.

The next is a review for the growing The review is for the “rockumentary,” Anvil! The Story of Anvil. It’s essentially Spinal Tap in real life. It’s not the most insightful review I’ve ever done. Then again, it’s not the most insightful movie I have seen. It’s hilarious though. Checks it outs.

Anyway, thanks for reading! I’m continuing to contribute to these sites, but I eventually want to make this blog a one-stop source for all things Pinographical. If anyone has any suggestions of content they’d like to see or topics they’d like covered, please let me know!

Oh, and watch Children of Men. Insanely good film.

Ta ta.


To the metalheads-

Bit of an update. My review for Megadeth’s new DVD Rust in Peace: Live is now published at!

OneMetal is a great website that is dedicated to all things metal. Music, books, comics, TV, film, arts, everything. I got a contributor position there so I will be posting frequently. Even if you’re not into heavy metal, still check it out. Good stuff.

Also, part 2 of my “Buying Your First Guitar” article will soon be published at this week. Stay tuned.

Thanks for reading!

I just got an article of mine published on! Guitar Messenger is a great website that has a ton of guitar and music info. Definitely worth checking out. My article is a beginner’s guide to purchasing his first guitar. Part 1 was published yesterday and Part 2 will be up in about a week.
I’d love some feedback. If the article does well, hopefully I can get an ongoing column at GuitarMessenger. And that would be sick.
A new post will be up soon about Taso’s amazing concert with Charles Castronovo. Epic performance.
Thanks for reading!