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Gabriel Leopardi
post Apr 20 2017, 10:14 PM
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We've talked about this topic many times, but it's always cool to hear this guy talking about guitar related stuff...




This video has useful information for those who don't understand exactly what does and endorsement mean and consist of... it also includes a subjective opinion on what it means.

What do you think?


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post Apr 20 2017, 10:38 PM
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I would always trust what he says. Rabea has total integrity as far as I can determine, he is honest and humble. Top bloke!


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Todd Simpson
post Apr 20 2017, 11:59 PM
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Very informative and useful for folks looking for an endorsement. The more "eyeballs" you can manage, the more you offer a potential endorser. They value endorsees in terms of the amount of exposure that you can give their "brand". So talent is not as much a factor as simply having a large audience. Ola Englund comes to mind again. He had several endorsements before he could even play lead guitar. Just as a rythm player, he had already amassed a large following on youtube by reviewing every amp he could by borrow or steal. FLUFF ( Bryan ) is much the same story. He is still not a lead player or very technical. Plays lots of power chords, but has endorsements galore because he was so consistent in putting up videos and answering questions on his youtube account.


QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Apr 20 2017, 05:14 PM) *
We've talked about this topic many times, but it's always cool to hear this guy talking about guitar related stuff...




This video has useful information for those who don't understand exactly what does and endorsement mean and consist of... it also includes a subjective opinion on what it means.

What do you think?


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Gabriel Leopardi
post Apr 21 2017, 02:30 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 20 2017, 07:59 PM) *
Very informative and useful for folks looking for an endorsement. The more "eyeballs" you can manage, the more you offer a potential endorser. They value endorsees in terms of the amount of exposure that you can give their "brand". So talent is not as much a factor as simply having a large audience. Ola Englund comes to mind again. He had several endorsements before he could even play lead guitar. Just as a rythm player, he had already amassed a large following on youtube by reviewing every amp he could by borrow or steal. FLUFF ( Bryan ) is much the same story. He is still not a lead player or very technical. Plays lots of power chords, but has endorsements galore because he was so consistent in putting up videos and answering questions on his youtube account.



Great and inspiring examples. I've never get into Ola, but I know that he is some kind of popular guitar youtuber.


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Todd Simpson
post Apr 22 2017, 08:26 AM
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I almost got in to his stuff by default as he is one of the few guys who includes all his drum midi with his album as well as other files and bits which are very handy. I think every band should include extra bits like that to encourage purchase of their stuff. I got his albums free, and paid for his files / data. The music is Good smile.gif But does fall a bit in to the Djenre that I've been moaning about.

Mainly I use him as an example of going from a "Bedroom Musician" to a Professional World Touring Musician, with their own guitar line from a major vendor.

Todd


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Great and inspiring examples. I've never get into Ola, but I know that he is some kind of popular guitar youtuber.



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