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February-March 2001
Francesco Fareri

Italian guitar player Francesco Fareri suggests several different ways to link arpeggiated lines.

February-March 2001
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone has first-hand advice on the importance of pre-production.

February-March 2001
Sebastian Kalamajski

Swedish guitarist Sebastian Kalamajski will help you strengthen the mind/fingers connection.

February-March 2001
Will Landrum

We all need to play fast at times, right? Let Will Landrum teach you the best way to increase your `MPH`.

February-March 2001
Garrett Smith

Guitarist Garrett Smith serves up a classical prelude for two electic guitars.

February-March 2001
Neil Haverstick

Neil Haverstick completes his fantastic series on the myriad ways to make a good living playing the guitar.

February-March 2001
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas gives you insight into the challenges of improving as a player.

February-March 2001
Tim Sweeney

Everybody does this - but should you? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney plays devil`s advocate on this important point.

April-May 2001
Guitar Nine

Instrumentals Blending Rock & Jazz

April-May 2001
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Burnin' On All Instrumental Rock CD

April-May 2001
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Brazilian Guitarist Offers Eclectic Instrumentals

April-May 2001
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Powerful Acoustic Folk

April-May 2001
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Original Acoustic Adult-Rock

April-May 2001
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French Rock Instrumentalists Look Abroad

April-May 2001
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Duo Cranks Out Progressive Instrumentals

April-May 2001
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Fresh Acoustic Guitar Fusion

April-May 2001
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Instrumentalist Plans Rock Opera

April-May 2001
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Steel String Acoustic Originals

April-May 2001
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Music To Curdle Your Milk

April-May 2001
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Guitarist Seeks Music Industry Position

April-May 2001
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back to help you deal with the most striking and effective part of your promotional package.

April-May 2001
Martin Behr

Germany`s Martin Behr has made a career out of versatility and he`s willing to share his secrets with you.

April-May 2001
Bill Peck

Bill Peck did it, why can`t you? Well, you can.

April-May 2001
Gianluca Piersanti

Guitarist Gianluca Piersanti preaches a serious focus on phrasing.

April-May 2001
Scott Hughes

Break out of those ol` common scales with Mr. Hughes.

April-May 2001
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

How to add a really cool twist to your playing.

April-May 2001
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone has first-hand advice on tone, tone and more tone.

April-May 2001
Curtis

Playing guitar in a purple haze, with no concept of the real world? Curtis relates his own take on musical devotion.

April-May 2001
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas is back with information for the practicing guitarist who wants to see real results.

April-May 2001
Tim Sweeney

Lots of musicians these days are pondering this issue. Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney is back with the skinny.

April-May 2001
Francesco Fareri

Italian guitar player Francesco Fareri adds more embellishments to his arpeggiated lines.

April-May 2001
Sebastian Kalamajski

Swedish guitarist Sebastian Kalamajski takes his memorization ideas to the next level.

April-May 2001
Ben Sherman

Ben Sherman offers time-tested advice on learning the ins and outs of modes.

February-March 2001
Joe Matera

Everyone wants to be loved, and for a musician guitar player that means to be heard and loved with unbiased ears. I want to keep the freedom I`ve attained by being a guitarist. That outlaw time zone I mentioned. It`s an achievement that`s ongoing, you could say I have achieved it, but you have to stay on the case, because things can change on any given day. You can`t let creativity stop.

February-March 2001
Randy Allar

Actually I started playing flamenco before playing electric guitar. It`s always been a love of mine. Unfortunately, when you`re doing pop records, I`d bring it out. The response I`d get is, `Save it for your own record.` So I have my own flamenco record which came out a couple of months ago.

February-March 2001
Guitar Haus

Well, this a great time for bands and independent record labels. The exposure is endless and the quality is so much better than even 10 years ago. I think bands will get smart and start to depend less on the company to put it in stores and see more of the future music listeners downloading the album. This would cost less for the buyer and give more to the band.

June-July 2001
Guitar Haus

I think that for these great guitar magazines the most important thing is to sell copies, so they are "compelled" to put on covers and dedicate as much space as they can to the most famous guitarists -- in fact, there are always the same names featured! It would be cool to some day see a cover with all the undiscovered ones!

June-July 2001
Guitar Nine

Fastest Six-Stringer On The Planet?

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June-July 2001
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The Freedom Of Jazz Blended With The Foundation Of Soul

June-July 2001
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Ensemble Tracks Featured On New CD

June-July 2001
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Classical Folk To Blues, Rock To Jazz

June-July 2001
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Homespun Bluesman Goin' Solo

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