Andrew Perrie

Andrew Perrie

is creating Video guitar lessons, tutorials, cover songs and original songs

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Hello my name is Andrew and I'm a content creator on YouTube, I post music on various music distribution sites, my music is royalty free and free to use in your own creative projects, I also make guitar teaching and tutorial videos.

YouTube Channel - bit.ly/2sHuBGZ

I have had a dream of teaching the guitar online for years but never known how to make it happen in a way that I would be happy with the content, but thanks to my experience making gaming videos and getting used to being on camera I feel more comfortable i can make my videos feel more professional as well as have a bit of my personality in there too.

I have been playing the guitar for over 14 years and I believe that I have a vast amount of knowledge and experience to pass on to beginners and even intermediate players too!

I want to use patreon as a way to earn a bit of money for my hobby and from teaching people to play the guitar and various tips and tricks.
I don't have a level of goals to reach each month or any gifts I can give out for giving certain amounts to my Patrion, but I can be transparent on where the money is going to go

First thing I would invest in would be a better camera to record with, and the price of those can vary quite drastically but lets say about £250 would go to that.

And on the same lines of camera I would invest in a green screen or back drop, lighting and general things to make video quality look more professional.

If I haven't gotten any money from birthdays or gifts for any pc upgrades I would look to spend £500 upgrading the CPU, motherboard and ram, this isn't a necessity or a requirement but it would be a quality of life improvement.

Beyond that my immediate place for the money earned would go towards saving for a new house for me and my wife, Patreon isn't my main income so I wouldn't rely on it to support myself nor is it needed for me to survive but if you wanted to donate or support me I thought it best to explain where the money would be going and I appreciate everyone who decides to donate.

Donations aren't a requirement for me to make videos only to support me in making my content.

Furthermore, Patreon is a stepping stone for me in becoming financially independent, not having to worry about a full time job while still supporting my family and friends as well as myself.
Moving onto bigger and better things such as becoming qualified in areas such as IT and so forth but that is long term dream, maybe I will get there one day.

And lastly I want to thank anyone who donates to my Patreon you guys and gals rock!
Hello my name is Andrew and I'm a content creator on YouTube, I post music on various music distribution sites, my music is royalty free and free to use in your own creative projects, I also make guitar teaching and tutorial videos.

YouTube Channel - bit.ly/2sHuBGZ

I have had a dream of teaching the guitar online for years but never known how to make it happen in a way that I would be happy with the content, but thanks to my experience making gaming videos and getting used to being on camera I feel more comfortable i can make my videos feel more professional as well as have a bit of my personality in there too.

I have been playing the guitar for over 14 years and I believe that I have a vast amount of knowledge and experience to pass on to beginners and even intermediate players too!

I want to use patreon as a way to earn a bit of money for my hobby and from teaching people to play the guitar and various tips and tricks.
I don't have a level of goals to reach each month or any gifts I can give out for giving certain amounts to my Patrion, but I can be transparent on where the money is going to go

First thing I would invest in would be a better camera to record with, and the price of those can vary quite drastically but lets say about £250 would go to that.

And on the same lines of camera I would invest in a green screen or back drop, lighting and general things to make video quality look more professional.

If I haven't gotten any money from birthdays or gifts for any pc upgrades I would look to spend £500 upgrading the CPU, motherboard and ram, this isn't a necessity or a requirement but it would be a quality of life improvement.

Beyond that my immediate place for the money earned would go towards saving for a new house for me and my wife, Patreon isn't my main income so I wouldn't rely on it to support myself nor is it needed for me to survive but if you wanted to donate or support me I thought it best to explain where the money would be going and I appreciate everyone who decides to donate.

Donations aren't a requirement for me to make videos only to support me in making my content.

Furthermore, Patreon is a stepping stone for me in becoming financially independent, not having to worry about a full time job while still supporting my family and friends as well as myself.
Moving onto bigger and better things such as becoming qualified in areas such as IT and so forth but that is long term dream, maybe I will get there one day.

And lastly I want to thank anyone who donates to my Patreon you guys and gals rock!

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