Guitar Nine Columns

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June-July 2001
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French Shredder Shops Demo

June-July 2001
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Sweden's Experimental Instrumental Rock

June-July 2001
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Dark Gypsy Flamenco Guitar

June-July 2001
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Experimental Neo-Classical Jazz Fusion

June-July 2001
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Neo-Classical Rock Guitarist Looks To Record

June-July 2001
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Instrumental Metal Mad Man

June-July 2001
Guitar Nine

Jazz Group With A Twist

June-July 2001
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back with an in-depth column on the most important method for selling your CDs.

June-July 2001
Martin Behr

Germany`s Martin Behr is back with a lesson on chord tapping with an example from his first CD

June-July 2001
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Taking a violin caprice to the six-string.

June-July 2001
Muriel Anderson

Great scalar ideas from an award winning guitarist.

June-July 2001
Bill Peck

Bill Peck`s got a great idea to make a big impression.

June-July 2001
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone will help you calm your nerves in the studio.

June-July 2001
Doug Jackson

Here`s a new way to use your aural abilities to improve your playing.

June-July 2001
Paul Chase

Art for lovers of the guitar, must be seen to be appreciated.

June-July 2001
Gianluca Piersanti

Guitarist Gianluca Piersanti returns with an arpeggiated inspiration from Beethoven.

June-July 2001
Paul Abbott

The digital rights controversy and how it can affect guitarists like us.

June-July 2001
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas is back with his method for acheiving fast, accurate playing.

June-July 2001
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney is back with more practical ideas that work.

August-September 2001
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Spanish Instrumentalist's Raw Hard Rock

August-September 2001
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Comtemporary Electric Folk Guitar

August-September 2001
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Vibrant Acoustic Excursions

August-September 2001
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Real New Jersey Hard Rock

August-September 2001
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Acoustically Combining Ethnic Influences

August-September 2001
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Guitar As Sound Source For Improvisation

August-September 2001
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Modern Jazz Meets World Cultures

August-September 2001
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Blues To Country, Jazz To Rock

August-September 2001
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An Abundance Of Guitar Styles

August-September 2001
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Instrumental Heavy Metal Shred From Italy

August-September 2001
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Rocking The Folk With Blues

August-September 2001
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Dance Beat-Driven Progressive Groove

August-September 2001
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back discussing the relationship between these business entities.

August-September 2001
Rolf Munkes

Germany`s Rolf Munkes brings us a workshop which delves into the essential elements of his guitar style.

August-September 2001
Bill Peck

An egoless way to get your name out there.

August-September 2001
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike is back to teach you to work the neck to squeeze more creativity out of your chording.

August-September 2001
Sergio Zurawski

Brazilian guitarist teaches by example in his first Guitar Nine column.

August-September 2001
Colin Mandel

Colin Mandel is back with the third and final installment of his odd meter trilogy.

August-September 2001
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone returns with his insights on the home digital studio phenomenon.

August-September 2001
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas discusses a controversial topic, is talent born, or made? You decide.

August-September 2001
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney defines Soundscan and its relevance to indie artists.

August-September 2001
Guitar Haus

For me it`s the biggest challenge to stand out from the rest of the bands out there. The market is so full of bands out there these days! There must be at least 100 new albums coming out every month, just for metal music. So, imagine how hard it is to make a difference!

October-November 2001
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back talkin` barcodes.

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