Bob Brozman wears many different hats. He is a dynamic musician and entertainer who is a formally educated ethnomusicologist. He's also one of the worlds pre-eminent authorities on National resophonic guitars. He appears in concerts and workshops all over the world.
In his travels he's noted the lack of basic musical supplies in some of the locales that he works in. Common everyday items like acoustic guitar and ukelele strings, thumbpicks and fingerpicks, small tuners, sets of tuning GEARS, bone nuts and saddles, bridge pins, and ukuleles.
He is now accepting donations of any of these items. He then ships them, at his own expense, to communities where they're needed.
If you'd like to help with this project, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Uncle Bob Project, another project associated with Brozman, shows musicians in the developing world how to build their own low-cost instruments. Click on the sound samples, you'll be amazed at the sound!
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Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop is a great resource for fingerstyle guitarists. I've used several of his
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who-sang-that-song.com is a cool site. Have you ever tried to remember who recorded a song or what the exact title is? This site can help answer those questions.
Bench A site dedicated to providing the best instructional articles about guitar repair, maintenance, and guitar building on the web, so you can repair your own guitars.
TablEdit is a good source for free tablature. They also have a great music notation program. You should check them out.
If you're looking to build repetoire, check out Dan C. Holloway's site. He teaches a wide variety of tunes arranged for fingerstyle guitar.