Share My Guitar is a social network for guitar enthusiasts. Create your own profile and you’ll be able to share your guitar collection with the world! Upload pics, songs, videos, chat with other guitarists, join guitar groups, post ads on the classified page, browse the SMG forums and much more!

The SMG blog is where you’ll find interviews, guitar news, and reviews are brought to you daily. It’s also where you’ll find updates and information about the SMG social network. Jump right in and share your comments and feedback. We’re definitely interested in hearing what you have to say.

The People Behind Share My Guitar

 Mickey Richardson is the founder of SMG, moderator, blog editor, podcast engineer, aspiring guitarist, etc. Mick is from Southern California, and a true music geek who REALLY digs guitars. Mick built sharemyguitar.com in order to learn more about guitars and share the knowledge with other like minded people. Feel free to contact Mick with any questions or suggestions about the site and he will gladly reply back.
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Nick Arrietta is a staff writer at SMG. Nick is a professional Music teacher from California and has been playing the Guitar for 24 years. Along with teaching music he is a touring guitarist, studio musician and songwriter. Most notable for his mind-blowing solos, Vintage Les Paul and Amp’s that go to “Eleven” he also has a spandex collection that is on loan to the Smithsonian, well maybe not on that last bit.


Robert Johnston is an artist, composer, guitarist, instructor, and author. As an artist, his personal work can be described as a fusion of rock, blues, jazz, and even classical elements. He is the creator of the “Hello Guitar” method, which focuses on music theory for guitarists. More on the web at www.RobertJohnstonGuitar.com



Richard Beech is a music journalist, guitarist, bassist, and member of Southern Drop. He is an editor for Sonic State, and has also appeared on the Watts Up Guitar Show as a presenter. Rich’s main influences include Django Reinhardt, Wes Montgomery, Brian May, and Guthrie Govan, although he is quick to add that he cannot play like them. His go-to guitar is a white Gretsch G5120 hollow-body, and his go-to bass is a Hofner short-scale Galaxie bass. Most importantly, Rich is a self-confessed gear nut, and will talk about FX until the cows come home.


Scott “SVH” Von Heldt is a staff writer for SMG. SVH is currently the lead guitarist for Brian “Head” Welch (ex-Korn). Scott has worked with members of White Zombie, Cirque Du Soliel and many others. In late 2008 he released the first book of his Mystic Art of Self-Discovery series entitled Mind Over Metal: The Musician’s Guide to Mental Mastery. With SVH’s Zen approach to conquering guitar and other obstacles that come his way, it’s a great read and we recommend that you check it out!


Dan Coplan is a Los Angeles based cinematographer and self-admitting guitar junkie. In his ongoing quest to learn songs, experiment with gear, draw inspiration from axe slingers old and new, and land a spot with a band he can call home, he doesn’t get much sleep and hs speling sufers as a reesult.



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