Are you a musician at heart? Do you notice the guitar in a song before you hear anything else? Do you find yourself standing in front of the guitarist when you go to a concert? Do you have chronic or latent gear acquisition syndrome? And do you love writing?
If you answered yes to these questions, then we’re looking for you!
KillerGuitarRigs.com is a year old online guitar magazine, that combines product reviews with band interviews, features on specific gears, and historical looks at the gear used for classic recordings.
If you're sick of churning out "content" and want to be an actual magazine writer (as well as be eligible for all the freebies that entails) - this is the job for you.
Depending on your experience, you’ll be covering a wide range of topics, from interviewing bands, writing about guitar tech tips and setups, to suggestions for the best gear for our readers' needs.
For this, we need someone who’s really passionate about these topics - Please don’t apply if that’s not you.
Some examples of topics you might cover:
- What gear was used on Nirvana's Nevermind?
- 7 Best Delay Pedals Under $500
- Exclusive interview with *BAND*
- What is the difference between chorus and vibrato?
We’ll give you a consistent, flexible flow of work alongside clear briefs and workflows that’ll allow you to produce the very best content with minimal bottlenecks.
You’ll also be part of a fast-growing publishing network with potential new opportunities to build up your author profile.
- Must have at least 2+ years of writing experience
- Native-level English
- Must have relevant writing samples in the guitar/musical instrument space
- Must be willing to ghostwrite on selected assignments.
- Strong research skills
- Attention to detail and ability to write to deadlines
- Ability to write at least two long-form (2,000+ word) high-quality articles per week
You get bonus points for:
- Being a native English speaker
- Solid understanding of SEO
- Having an educational background in guitar or music theory
- Being an experienced WordPress user
- Consistent workload
- Flexible deadlines
- Occasional freebies such as strings, pedals, even guitars
- Stable work as part of a high performing and experienced editorial team
- Training available to those who want it
- Fast payment
Fill in the application form here: https://forms.gle/hrxTTQ2qQCBR56wY8