So when I was deciding on a name for this project, I wanted something that was immediately apparent.  “Axe-Fx Tutorials” seemed to do the trick.

However, the proper spelling is actually “Axe-Fx” with a hyphen. But because this is the internet and due to how people interpret words, I decided to take the hyphen out of my website name.  Otherwise it might go something like this:

“Hey have you visited Axe-Fx Tutorials dot com?”

“Yeah I tried, but the site didn’t load.”

“Oh, you have to go to Axe HYPHEN Fx Tutorials dot com.”

“OHHHHHHHH”

🙂

Yeah I could have redirected things and all that, but this seemed to be the best way for now. I’ll definitely include the hyphen when discussing the Axe-Fx though. See ya!

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Chris

Founder at AxeFxTutorials.com
Chris is a guitarist and drummer in Honolulu, Hawaii. He has been using the Axe-Fx since 2007, starting with an Axe-Fx Ultra, and now the Axe-Fx II. He has been helping people successfully use their FAS gear for years and the creator of many video tutorials as Katsu Kuri Media.

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