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Kickstart Your Career, Improve Your Playing, And More!

Online Magazine Has Thirteen Fresh Columns For April

imgelcome to the April edition of Guitar Nine's on-line magazine. Experienced columnists such as Mike Campese, Tommaso Zillio and Tom Hess have each submitted dozens of articles over the years, and now, regular offerings by artists such as Sam Russell and Simon Candy lend a consistency and familiarity to each site update. Altogether, nine columnists have submitted thirteen new articles in their areas of specialty that will interest guitar players and independent musicians alike. Remarkably, over 200 musicians have written guest columns for this site since 1997.   More Info   Español

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Our April Issue Features
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The Power To Release: Dan McAvinchey
"Are You Worthy?"
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Guest Columnist: Tom Hess
"Five Methods For Getting Into The Music Business That Lead To Failure"
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Guest Columnist: Mike Campese
"Tapping Arpeggios"
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Guest Columnist: Dallas Dwight
"How To Write Great Melodies On Guitar"
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Guest Columnist: Chris Glyde
"How To Write Emotional Songs Without Hurting Yourself"
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Guest Columnist: Sam Russell
"Eight Ways To Find Your Inspiration"
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Guest Columnist: Simon Candy
"Creating Killer Sounding, Unplugged Acoustic Guitar Songs"
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Guest Columnist: Tommaso Zillio
"How To Make The Wrong Notes Sound Right In Blues Guitar"
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Guest Columnist: Antony Reynaert
"How To Be More Creative With Your Blues Rhythm Guitar Playing"
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Guest Columnist: Dean Hailstone
"How to Get a Killer Guitar Sound on Stage"
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Guest Columnist: Scott Allen
"Behind Scott Allen Project's "III""
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Guest Columnist: Tom Hess
"How To Play Creative Sweep Picking Arpeggios"
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Guest Columnist: Tom Hess
"How To Create Awesome Shred Guitar Ideas Without Playing Faster"
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Guest Columnist: Tom Hess
"Building A Successful Career In The Music Industry"
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Dan McAvinchey
Interview with Michael A. Ruelas
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The Rediscovered for April-May
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