Session Guitar: How to Build a Solid Client Base

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vinnyjames96

Hey Ron,another great article,your tips on session guitarist are really helpful.I think i can be a good session guitarist,but don,t know where to start.I've played with many musicians through out the years,and would love to get involved.I know that you are a self contained session musician,and started from the bottom up.How do feel about these companies like Taxi,tune core,and so on? that help song writers get there music to TV, movies,jingles,commercials,etc ?

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Stephen Quinn

This is really helpful. Studio work is something I really want to build up. Although I'm finding it hard to find anyone who needs any guitar work recorded right now, I'll definitely follow this advice.

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RonZabrocki

THanks Stephen! Contact me through my website and let me know how it's going!

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mattrock

so many practical solutions. I would never think of doing any of those things.

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RonZabrocki

Hey Matt! Sometimes people miss the easiest solutions! Keep in touch if I can ever help through my website!

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wolveus

I've been using your tips men, thanks for the posts

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RonZabrocki

Thanks for reading! I just went back to some. Old blogs and saw your comment! I really appreciate you reading! And commenting!

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RonZabrocki

Go for it!

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wolveus

good one, lesson: play, play, play ^^.... contact, contact, thats the only way to get work.
thanks for sharing this tips. I'm thinking in start playing again :D

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