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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.
A Throwback To '60s & '70s Rock Albums
Guitars In A Pop/Rock Context
Multi-Style Instrumental Guitarist
Bottleneck & Solo Fingerstyle Guitar
Instrumental Progressive Fusion Tracks
Delivering A Musical Ride Worth Taking
Embracing All Musical Influences
Dedicated To Instrumental Rock
Rough 'N' Ready Instrumental Demo
Intense Musical Guitaration
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.
Improvisational Talent Releases CD
Multi-Toned Christian Guitarist
Swedish Rocker Aims For CD Release
Feats Of Guitar Synthesis
Mind-Numbing Guitar Playing
Instrumental Demo Serves Notice
Pursuing His First Love
Honky-Tonkin' Electric Blues
Unusual, Double-Necked Technique
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.
Gaining Respect As Solo Artist
Following His Vision In Jazz
Acoustic Guitar WIth Orchestrations
Jazz With Blues-Drenched Phrasing
Acoustic, Melody-Driven Content
Incredible Acoustic Guitarist
Instructor Completes Instrumental Tracks
Mastering Every Style
Russian Guitarist Rips It Up
German Guitarist Goes For Versatility
Have A Very Flamenco Christmas
West Coast Canadian Rocker
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.
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!