The June-July edition is now online, and we're celebrating our 7 year anniversary!
Special note for guitar players: Don't forget, we've got new titles in the "Jam With..." series, including Van Halen, Gary Moore and Ritchie Blackmore. We'll also be stocking "The Line 6 POD Settings Bible" soon, visit:
Also, buy any Michael Fath CD and get a complimentary copy of his CD "The Early Years":
We have one of the best groups of guest columnists we've ever put together for June, our anniversary month. There are twelve altogether - and every one is a returning columnist. Just like the summer movie lineup at your local cinema, we've got a lot of sequels. First off is Mike Campese, G.I.T. graduate and instructor, with "The Modes, Part 2". German guitarist Martin Behr returns with his article "Concepts For Playing "Outside": Part 2". Classical virtuoso Jamey Andreas also returns with his article "Double Trouble". Noted classical guitarist Muriel Anderson has contributed "Connecting With Music, Connecting With Your Guitar". Acoustic guitarist Steve Pappas has another arrangement for us, "Amazing Grace (1st Variation)". Chicago area guitarist Tom Hess has written his column entitled "Musical Frustration ". Indie marketing and promotions expert Tim Sweeney has contributed an article entitled "Is Your Music 'Good Enough?'". Retuning with more technical tips is guitarist Sean Mercer with his column "Making Sequences Work For You". We welcome back guitarist Chris Juergensen, with his column "Harmonizing Scales". Canadian guitarist David Martone returns with "Zone Recording: Don't Hum In My Studio!". Australian guitarist Chris Brooks also returns with his article "Modal Pentatonics Part 2". Finally, music industry guru Christopher Knab returns with "Guerilla Music Marketing Suggestions".
June's updates include a brand new interview with Calcutta born, California based guitarist Joy Basu.
This edition we're featuring another group of unknown talent through our Undiscovered Artists program. The music ranges from blues to neo-classical metal, and from smooth jazz to avant fusion. These artists offer continuing evidence that the independent music community is alive and well, and brings the total number of artists we've profiled over the 390 mark!
Guitar Nine has added another 42 new instrumental guitar CDs to the site in the past two months. This brings the total number of instrumental guitar CDs available to 1155!
CDs are now online and shipping for Kevin Laliberte, Clarelynn Rose, Paulo Barros, Trem, Guitarristas, Steve Gibb, Supertones Surf, Ron Jarzombek, Glen Snyder, Joy Basu, Ted Killian, Spastic Ink, Ben Lacy, Tim Callobre, Shane Theriot, Eric Paschal, Spaced Out, Tony Baena, Carlos Creator, Gongzilla, Dixie Dregs, Colaiuta/Ford/Haslip, Rippingtons, Derek Sherinian, Sydnei Carvalho, V8, Guitarras Vol. 1, Mazurek's Maze, Les Sabler, Paul Rose, Budapest West, Johnny Roth, Keith Miller, Djam Karet, Neil Brocklebank, Dave Beegle, John Scofield Band, Marty Friedman, Mike Campese and Deluc.
With the blend of the world's best Independent Artists along with our Distributed Artists Series, Guitar Nine aims to provide one-stop shopping for instrumental guitar enthusiasts.
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To order any of the 1155 discs (or Guitar Nine concert black and dynamite white t-shirts, available in M, L, XL, and XXL):
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The latest and greatest additions to the Guitar Nine sister site, Guitar Music 9, include:
Bumblefoot - Progressive Hard Rock
Artension - Progressive Rock
Uncle Snarly - Rock
Ring Of Fire - Heavy Metal
Southern Gentlemen - Blues
Wit's End - World
Without Warning - Progressive Rock
George Lynch/Jeff Pilson - Hard Rock
Rockin' Jimmy Crimmins - Blues
Melodic Meltdown - Heavy Metal
Steve Saluto - Rock
Man On A String - Rock
There are now 329 guitar-oriented vocal titles available, with MP3 samples provided for previewing each artist.
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