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February-March 2004

Master Of Bulgarian Shred

February-March 2004

Finnish Guitarist Releases Rock Demo

February-March 2004

Try to become proficient in marketing, and develop a keen business sense. This includes your recordings, music book publishing, other merchandising endeavors, etc. The music industry is a very, very tough one, and it takes serious dedication and an unbelievable work ethic to survive.

December-January 2003

I just wanted to explore a mellower kind of psychedelic thing on the last record. There¥s some great stuff on it. It got really great reviews in the United States, all over the place. But the record company actually fell apart and now it¥s not even available.

December-January 2003

Excellent Guitar Work Supports Rock/Pop Release

December-January 2003

Appealing To Guitarists & Laymen Alike

December-January 2003

Heavier Than Typical Progressive Metal

December-January 2003

Exploring Neo-Classical Influences

December-January 2003

Capturing Guitar Acumen In A Pop Format

December-January 2003

Country/Blues Instrumental Mix

December-January 2003

Aggressively Hopped, Full-Bodied Metal

December-January 2003

Making Jazz The Way It Used To Be Made

December-January 2003

A Fingerstyle Guitar Showcase

December-January 2003

Progressive Metal, Texas-Style

December-January 2003

Guitar-Driven Electronica

December-January 2003

Blazing Instrumental Shred From Italy

October-November 2003

Inspired Guitar Over Beatlesque Songcraft

October-November 2003

Taking Neo-Classical To A Higher Level

October-November 2003

Airtight, Funky Grooves & Loose Interplay

October-November 2003

Imaginitive, Sophisticated Jazz

October-November 2003

Melding Classical, Latin & Flamenco Styles

October-November 2003

Conquering The Heavy Metal Market

October-November 2003

Creating Instrumental Poetry

October-November 2003

Emerging Artist Wants Your Ears

October-November 2003

Modern, Guitar-Driven Hard Rock

October-November 2003

Greasing The Soul Of Grungy Blues

October-November 2003

Jazz/Fusion Quartet From Down Under

October-November 2003

Guitarist Leads New Organ Trio

August-September 2003

Interactive, Melodic, Contemporary Jazz

August-September 2003

Stunning Interplay & Synergy

August-September 2003

Fusion Guitar Meets Ethno, Funk & Hip-Hop Grooves

August-September 2003

Epic, Virtuosic, Neo-Classical Progressive

August-September 2003

Becker-Influenced, Heavy Shred Guitar

August-September 2003

Overlooked Metal Master Axeman

August-September 2003

The first thing that you should care about for a CD release is the music. You have to trust in yourself as a musician and composer and try to come up with interesting music and then find a nice studio to record it in, or you can record at home if you have a nice home studio.

August-September 2003

Aggressive Reggae Rock

August-September 2003

Turkey's Instrumental Guitar Entry

August-September 2003

Finger-Plucked, Multi-Genre Electric Instrumentals

August-September 2003

Genre-Bending Acoustic Fingerstyle

August-September 2003

Ready For Crazy Fusion?

August-September 2003

Percussive & Melodic Fingerstyle

June-July 2003

Swedish Instrumental Axe Man

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