Simple. We have a Links sub-Forum, but that's mostly for finding parts and other guitar-related items. Call them hardware sites, they don't engender a lot of discussion. References, that's all.
We also have a Theory & Techniques section already, so again, what's the big deal here?
And I say again, simple. This is where you post links that you visit more than once because they interest you. And if you like 'em, why not share with the other Nutz? Yes, there's bound to be some cross-over with T & T, but that's not so bad, is it? And there's no practical limit here - the further away from guitars, the closer it might come to Nutz approval! ;D (After all, ChrisK was a very big cigar fan.)
Two things, which turn out to be limitations, of a sort:
1) If you post something that's highly charged, be prepared for one or more replies that you may find disagreeable. That's that nature of the beast. However, churlish behavior will not be permitted - no getting personal here, eh? 'Nuff said.
2) Be advised that posting directly downloadable material here is verboten, for the simple reason that doing so would be a direct violation of the ProBoards TOS. Please don't put our Forum in jeopardy in this manner. However, you may post links to other sites that contain download links - whether that linked site's business practices are legal or otherwise, that's for others to determine, not us.
So, I say again - whether its part of your quest to become a better guitar player, or just for the fun of it, tell us what sites interest you, and might be of interest to others (guitar-related or otherwise).
And please, do try to promote discussion. See my example following, please.
Have fun! ;D
(This is simply an opening statement, and is locked. You're not supposed to reply herein with your links, you should start a new thread. That way, any discussion can blossom outward without let.)
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