What do you play when you unplug?

Marion, IA (May 25, 2011) - We're now accepting submissions for our latest reader gear gallery: acoustics!

What do you play when you unplug? Send photos and and a caption identifying the gear and why you love it to rebecca@premierguitar.com for consideration.

Check out our previous galleries:
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - #1 Guitars
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Favorite Overdrive/Distortion
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Practice and Recording Spaces
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Pedalboards I
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Pedalboards II
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Vintage Gear
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Unique Instruments
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Unique Instruments II

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Beginner

Beginner

  • Understand the inherent challenges in rhythm guitar playing.
  • Develop new strumming patterns.
  • Cultivate practice strategies to keep yourself motivated.
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