Muzicosphere in the 2010 Guitar Blogs Awards

Quick note to tell you about a little thing that made my day because it is enjoyable, and good for my ego to be featured in this 2010 Guitar Blogs Awards… It is nothing official, and it came straight from Brett’s imagination on Guitar Friendly, a guitar lessons blog for beginners (I have it in my reader for a while now).

Muzicosphere is ranked first in the “Other Guitar Related” blogs category… I appreciate the description of the blog made by Brett, and I’m working hard to be able to announce some cool stuff to come around september. If everything goes well this would have some positive impact on the content of the blog but I’ll tell you more soon enough.  Brett did a great listing, and description job (though he strangely missed some great blogs like Guitar Noize for example) creating several categories of blogs highlighting several blogs each:

  • Guitar Instruction & Lessons
  • Guitar Gear & Reviews
  • Guitar News & Information
  • Other Guitar Related
  • New & Upcoming

So if you use guitar blogs as a source of information or a resource to learn how to play guitar, this is an awesome list featuring 27 great blogs that y’all should know. Maybe this is just an impression but it seems that the guitar blogosphere is constantly growing, and the best thing about this is that everyone has its own way to see, and talk about guitar things.

Thank you again Brett for the mention…


About Sem

I am the founder of Muzicosphere (that also exists in a French version). In 2011, I also created Guitar Fail, the Guitar LOL place to be. And before that I created GAS a GoGo, a gear giveaways blog in French.

One comment

  1. It was a pleasure mentioning MuzicoSphere. It’s been quite fun to share the love with other guitar bloggers and draw attention to some of the most excellent blogs out there. I knew when I ran the article I would run the risk of missing some other really great blogs too, as you mentioned, but at least, the guitar blogging community is drawing attention to those and filling in any gaps. I’m excited to see what you have planned for MuzicoSphere in the future!

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