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February-March 2005

High-Powered Instrumental Assault

February-March 2005

Transplanted Italian Rocks Glasgow

February-March 2005

Old-School Shred

February-March 2005

Running your own label is the ultimate outlet for creating your music and getting it out to people. The alternative is sitting at home waiting for a call from a "real" label. Believe me, pinning your hopes on someone else making it happen for you is very frustrating and can turn you into a very weird person.

February-March 2005

When I was a student I worked hard on exercises and all that, but now I just play or rehearse my repertoire...Although I am also still teaching, so I¥m constantly recalling all the old exercises - no way of getting out of them!

February-March 2005

Slovenian Delivers Sonic Treat

February-March 2005

Swedes Push Virtuosity & Dynamics

December-January 2004

Russian Guitarist Rips It Up

December-January 2004

Gaining Respect As Solo Artist

December-January 2004

Instructor Completes Instrumental Tracks

December-January 2004

Acoustic, Melody-Driven Content

December-January 2004

Have A Very Flamenco Christmas

December-January 2004

Acoustic Guitar WIth Orchestrations

December-January 2004

Following His Vision In Jazz

December-January 2004

Jazz With Blues-Drenched Phrasing

December-January 2004

Incredible Acoustic Guitarist

December-January 2004

Mastering Every Style

December-January 2004

German Guitarist Goes For Versatility

December-January 2004

West Coast Canadian Rocker

December-January 2004

Composition really separates an artist from someone who is soley a musician, in my opinion. If I am to be viewed in any way, I would like it to be as a composer.

October-November 2004

Remember, if you look like everyone else, how do you stand out? Don`t rely on your technique to get you noticed, it won`t. Your songs might, but you`ve got to get people interested enough to listen to you in the first place.

October-November 2004

Improvisational Talent Releases CD

October-November 2004

Mind-Numbing Guitar Playing

October-November 2004

Swedish Rocker Aims For CD Release

October-November 2004

Honky-Tonkin' Electric Blues

October-November 2004

Music From The Heart

October-November 2004

Instrumental Demo Serves Notice

October-November 2004

Melodic Rock Instrumentals

October-November 2004

Multi-Toned Christian Guitarist

October-November 2004

Feats Of Guitar Synthesis

October-November 2004

Pedal To The Metal

October-November 2004

Pursuing His First Love

October-November 2004

Unusual, Double-Necked Technique

August-September 2004

Dedicated To Instrumental Rock

August-September 2004

Intense Musical Guitaration

August-September 2004

If the U.S. guitar magazines want to have more of an impact with the global community; they need to balance commercialism with the true artistic and innovative expressions of the guitar in many various forms.

August-September 2004

A Throwback To '60s & '70s Rock Albums

August-September 2004

Instrumental Progressive Fusion Tracks

August-September 2004

Multi-Style Instrumental Guitarist

August-September 2004

Rough 'N' Ready Instrumental Demo

August-September 2004

Downtempo Electronic Guitar Blend

August-September 2004

Embracing All Musical Influences

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