Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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February-March 2006
Jason Sadites

Developing riffs and melodies into complete, interesting and listenable pieces of music.

February-March 2006
Ken Rubenstein

Adding tremendous color and personality to your music through the use of rhythm.

February-March 2006
Jason Parker

Jason Parker tells you what to expect and how to get a foot in the door.

February-March 2006
Toshi Iseda

Guitarist Toshi Iseda reminds musicians that live shows should also be an engaging entertainment experience.

February-March 2006
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas explores the relationship between musical expression and technique.

February-March 2006
Danny Jones

Danny Jones is back with blues licks featuring dynamic double stops.

February-March 2006
Sven Stichter

Annihilate your tendencies to rely on reflexes, and use the force instead.

February-March 2006
Dan Keller

Need more ways to make a simple melody more interesting? Let the Sultan of String show you how.

February-March 2006
David Martone

You`re all doing this, right? No? Maybe it`s time to get your tracks slamming, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

February-March 2006
Will Landrum

Will Landrum shows you how to inject your own personal timing and inflections into your playing while staying in groove with the real timing of the music.

February-March 2006
Christopher Knab

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab sounds his beginning-of-the-year wake-up call to financial planning.

April-May 2006
Christopher Knab

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab discusses what can happen if you get the industry`s attention.

April-May 2006
Tim Sweeney

Motivation. Where did it go? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney can help you reconnect with your passion.

April-May 2006
Tom Hess Opus 2

Here`s how to spark the inspirational flame, and reignite your inner fire.

April-May 2006
Sean Farrington

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

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.

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