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Muso’s Stuff Bendigo Summer School 2015

We are very excited to announce that once again we will be conducting a summer school program here at Muso’s Stuff in January 2015. The previous three years were very successful and so we are advertising early this year in order to get the program organised in time.

The dates for the summer school are:

Wednesday 7th January through till Friday 9th January 2015. Continue reading Muso’s Stuff Bendigo Summer School 2015

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A Guitarists Guide to Becoming a Great Drummer

I’m not a drummer, so everything you read from here on is based purely from a guitarist’s perspective.

I watch drummers all of the time and I see all levels of quality.  My benchmark for whether they are a good drummer or not is two-fold, firstly, can they sustain a groove and secondly can they play the Rosanna shuffle? Ha I hear you say that’s a high benchmark. yes it is, don’t get me wrong, if a drummer can lay down a tidy groove, that’s usually good enough.  But  if they can play the Rosanna Shuffle anywhere near as good as Jeff Porcaro, then – respect!!! Continue reading A Guitarists Guide to Becoming a Great Drummer

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Prize Draw

Win a BOSS Blues Driver Compact Mouse!!!!!
Money cannot buy this amazing prize. They are not available in the shops. All you have to do is register your email address at the Muso’s Stuff website and your name will go into the Christmas Draw. The winner will be announced in the next Newsletter. The Draw will take place in store January 31st 2015

Terms and Conditions

1. One entry per person. 2. No employees of Muso’s Stuff are eligible. 3. Free shipping is only available to Victorian & NSW applicants. We will contact the winner to establish shipping costs outside these areas. If the winner is not prepared to pay shipping costs they may pick the goods up or the draw will be taken again. 4.Entrants into the Prize Draw shall be deemed to have accepted these Terms and Conditions.

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The day Bob came to town.

One of the great things about music is the sense of connection and community it creates. People from all different walks of life coming together to share a common language and a common love. Of course this isn’t just about music but about the person or people you meet along the way that share something of themselves with you and it stays with you for ever.
For those 100 people who wandered out the back of our humble store that night in April 2010 to sit with the late, and indeed great Bob Brozman that experience will live on with them forever. Continue reading The day Bob came to town.