You are a writer/blogger, a music teacher, a sound engineer interested in writing a guest post for jazz-guitar-licks.com ? Very nice ! All guest posts include an author bio with a signature link at the end of your article.
Rules and guidelines for guest posts:
- You are welcome to write about a variety of musical topics as instruments and gear reviews, top 10 lists, practice tips, free lessons (piano, guitar, bass and other instruments) for beginners and advanced players.
- Articles must be between 500-1200 words in length.
- Your content must be helpful and informative.
- Have an introduction that attracts interest and makes the reader want to read further.
- Eventually use headings, subheadings, bold font for key sentences and bulleted lists so it is easy to read.
- Have a conclusion.
- Carefully edit and proofread your post.
- If your post includes images, send them to us as attachments, indicating where in the text they should be located.
- You may include a photo, a short bio, and a single link back to a URL of your choosing at the end of the article.
- You may link externally to other relevant content that you do not own and have not written.
- Only unpublished (original and unique) articles are accepted. Please do not submit an article that is already published somewhere else.
- After i have published your article on my website, you can not publish it anywhere else, in that case your post will be deleted. In the eyes of google this action will penalize us both for duplicate content.
- You may not place affiliate links into your guest post.
- Do not violate any copyright laws.
- If your post is relevant i will share it with my followers and subscribers (facebook, twitter...)
How to submit a post
If you’d like to write a one-off guest post on jazz-guitar-licks.com please contact me using the contact form respecting the following points :
- Tell me briefly who you are.
- State the title of your proposed post.
- Send me 1 or 2 links to other articles that you have written before.
Thanks for your interest
Jazz is a genre of music that originates from African Americans and it emerged at the beginning of the last century. The main characteristics of the jazz are syncopations and improvisations usually over a regular or forceful rhythm.
Woodwind and brass instruments, as well as piano, are the instruments mostly associated with jazz music, but it is not unusual to hear guitars and violins as well. Some of the styles of the jazz are swing, Dixieland, free jazz, hard bop, soul jazz, jazz-rock, cool jazz, west coast jazz and bebop.
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