Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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April-May 2006
Danny Jones

Danny Jones is back with licks that will help you break the scale pattern syndrome.

April-May 2006
Alan Williamson

UK guitarist Alan Williamson shows you how to use more fingers, tones and frets in your licks.

April-May 2006
Jason Sadites

Can you deliver interesting and musical solos? Do it by looking for ways to add more variety.

April-May 2006
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike Campese serves up a blended scale you can use to set your music apart from the ordinary.

April-May 2006
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas with an insightful answer to a common question.

April-May 2006
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone talks about easy drum sound replacement.

April-May 2006
Will Landrum

G9er Will Landrum is back with more ways to use the beloved arpreggio.

June-July 2006
Christopher Knab

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab offers invaluable advice and nutritious food for thought.

June-July 2006
Tim Sweeney

Why do a relatively small number of your fans attend your gigs? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney offers his studied opinions.

June-July 2006
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

One of the best ways to memorize your scales on the neck and help you break out of the patterns you have been stuck in.

June-July 2006
Sean Farrington

Strategies that successful independent artists use day in and day out to profit from their passion for music.

June-July 2006
Tom Hess Opus 2

Tom Hess urges you to get beyond `guitarist` and `musician` to uncover the `artist` within.

June-July 2006
DC Slater

How to produce recordings that sound great and are easy on the ears.

June-July 2006
Guy Pople

If it has ever crossed your mind to have a go, or you just feel vaguely dissatisfied with 6 strings, then read this.

June-July 2006
Danny Jones

Danny Jones is back, taking wide interval links and making cool runs out of 'em.

June-July 2006
David Martone

Here`s why you leave mastering to the masters, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

August-September 2006
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab talks about keys to staying in a label`s good graces.

August-September 2006
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

More ideas to help you memorize your scales break out of the patterns and ruts you have been stuck in.

August-September 2006
Sean Farrington

The third installment of strategies that successful independent artists use to profit from their passion for music.

August-September 2006
Tom Hess Opus 2

How long you practice is not always as important as what you choose to focus your practice time on.

August-September 2006
Patrick DeCoste

"Is learning music theory really necessary for me?" Patrick DeCoste explores possible answers.

August-September 2006
Guy Pople

Discoveries are unearthed that reinforce the assertion that the 7-string represents evolutionay progression.

August-September 2006
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney is back promoting the idea of inclusion.

August-September 2006
Danny Jones

Danny Jones knows you don`t have enough time to practive - or maybe you do.

August-September 2006
David Martone

A look at Canadian guitarist David Martone latest educational tour and photo op.

October-November 2006
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone`s recent clinic with Jennifer Batten.

October-November 2006
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

These ideas will really add some spice to your playing.

October-November 2006
Tom Hess Opus 2

Do you know the difference between an amateur and a professional? Learn the difference between `just playing well` and mastery.

October-November 2006
Patrick DeCoste

Patrick DeCoste returns with tips on `playing to the sound`.

October-November 2006
Sean Farrington

The fourth installment of strategies that successful independent artists use to profit from their passion for music.

October-November 2006
Robert Walker

Most guitarist are predominantly one or the other. Here`s some ways to achieve some balance.

October-November 2006
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas helps you to both figure out, and master, the neck.

October-November 2006
Randy Ellefson

Guitarist Randy Ellefson hopes you never need this article. But if you do, read on.

October-November 2006
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney is back to help influence your priorities.

October-November 2006
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab helps you write a cover letter, complee with a prototype and instructions.

October-November 2006
Guy Pople

Guy Pople delves into independence and rudimentary music theory.

December-January 2006
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney teaches you to be analytical about alleged personal attacks.

December-January 2006
Sean Farrington

A well maintained and growing email list can be a mighty, mighty tool.

December-January 2006
Patrick DeCoste

A quick look at various picking techniques.

December-January 2006
Tom Hess Opus 2

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess was a bad student too, but he got his act together, and you can as well.

December-January 2006
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab shows that access to the audience mean you need to know who`s guarding the gate.

December-January 2006
Paul Chase

A story of one humongous traveling guitar.

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