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Enjoy over 24 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

October-November 2012

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

October-November 2012

Take a small pattern and turn it into a larger phrase that will sound cohesive.

August-September 2012

Another thing when making living as a guitarist is to be sure to make good songs. The majority of listeners doesn`t care about flashy solos, they want to hear cool songs.

August-September 2012

My listening isn`t biased towards guitar players. In fact, I think I might even avoid seeking out guitar players` recordings, because I`ve had better luck trying to get clear about my own approach to the instrument.

August-September 2012

The online magazine has been going for over 16 years, and the e-commerce aspect of the business wound up completing a 15 year run - not bad considering the narrow focus our store had on instrumental music.

August-September 2012

Guitar Nine's August-September 2012 newsletter.

August-September 2012

Aggressively Pursuing The Hard Rock Agenda

August-September 2012

A Heaping Helping Of Shredded Bliss

August-September 2012

Settling The Score... With Metal

August-September 2012

Warp-Speed Washington Shredder

August-September 2012

If you hold the belief that it is wrong to try to make money with your musical talents, do not read any further - please don`t read this.

August-September 2012

Mike Campese introduces you to a cool scale sequence that is not commonly used.

August-September 2012

When you find a group of musicians that you write, perform and hang with and can trust, well you may have won a lottery in life.

August-September 2012

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas provides some clarity on the subject of scales.

August-September 2012

Mike discusses one of the most effective methods for practicing chord changes.

August-September 2012

Backstage warm ups take on their own quirks, stories and connections that help to explain their success and approach to their music.

August-September 2012

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney implores you to keep from throwing away your passion.

August-September 2012

Playing high-pitched squeals that are so important in the style of metal players (and others).

August-September 2012

Here you`ll get essential tips to help you achieve the success you are striving for.

In review: Andy James "Essential Practice Routines: Sweep Picking"

In review: Andy James "Essential Practice Routines: Tapping Technique"

In review: David Gilmour "Remember That Night: Live At The Royal Albert Hall"

In review: Keith Wyatt "Rockin' The Blues"

In review: Carl Verheyen "Intervallic Rock"

In review: Kiko Loureiro "Tecnica E Versatilidade"

In review: Uli Jon Roth "Historic Performances Voumnes I & II"

June-July 2012

Guitar Nine Records June-July 2012 newsletter.

In review: Danny Gill "Quick Licks: Up Tempo Rock, Jimmy Page"

In review: Danny Gill "Quick Licks: Up Tempo 8 Bar Blues, Gary Moore"

In review: John McLaughlin "The Gateway To Rhythm"

In review: Steve Stevens "Memory Crash"

In review: George Lynch "Scorpion Tales"

In review: Allan Holdsworth "Allan Holdsworth"

In review: Alex Skolnick Trio "Last Day In Paradise"

In review: Leslie West "Collection"

In review: Denis Taaffe "Alien Guitar Lessons"

June-July 2012

Building on the last two columns, Mike wraps up the series with a G minor arpeggio progression.

June-July 2012

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas teaches you that practicing one thing affects everything else we play, for good or for bad.

June-July 2012

Michael Knight has a 4-note diminished scale for you to add to your repertoire.

June-July 2012

Here is a technique used by the pros to adjust a guitar neck for proper intonation.

June-July 2012

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney helps you get more fans to your shows when sending event invitations through Facebook.

June-July 2012

Music industry guru Christopher Knab reminds us we have to adapt to technological and economic changes, as uncomfortable as that may be.

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