Barnes & Mullins

Top Musician Company Needs You.

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Following the sad and untimely passing of Brian Nicol, Barnes & Mullins require an Area Sales Manager for the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland. This position will suit a professional salesman with a proven track record in B2B sales, able to represent a wide range of musical instruments and associated products, to music stores.

Self-motivated, organised and able to conduct business in a friendly, professional manner, the ideal candidate will be a musician with experience of the musical instrument business.

The position offers an attractive salary and commission package commensurate with experience. A company car, healthcare and pension contributions contribute to a desirable package.

Please e-mail your Curriculum Vitae to:

Brian Cleary at:

Barnes & Mullins Ltd
Grays Inn House
Unit 14 Mile Oak Ind. Est.
SY10 8GA

Posted under keyboard job, piano jobs

One Response to Top Musician Company Needs You.

  1. Sohail says:

    6-12 months to learn the basic thnigs and basic songs. perhaps another 6-12 months to really polish that and learn some harder songs and experiment with lead guitar playing.For me, I got all the basics from a few books and a video, nothing fancy nor expensive. A tutor would have been a waste of time then, and now, with youtube, definitely a waste of time in those early months, since you can find demos of basically every technique known to the world on that site.I just recommend you go to a book store and buy a random how to play guitar book or two, and use the web to supplement anything that isn’t clear or that is missing. Those books will teach you what you need to know before you start learning a ton of songs, like basic chords and techniques.Once you learn how to read guitar tabs, it’s simply a matter of repetition and getting the rhythm right, and having a feel for it.I find it hilarious how many people recommend tutors, vs. the reality that many if not most famous guitarists are self-taught and have little to no training in music or music theory.

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