Guitar Nine Columns

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Enjoy over 25 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

December-January 1996
Jeff Spencer

Learn some substitutions for those tried and true barre chords. How the knowledge of triads can help you come up with original sounding guitar parts.

October-November 1997
Paul Kuntz

New Jersey guitarist Paul Kuntz is back and aside from a ravenous appetite, he`s got plans to teach you all about tuplets and fitting the notes to the rhythm.

April-May 1997
Tony Young

Do you still think the Aeolian mode is a ship from Star Trek? Are you comfortable discussing Mixolydian and Phrygian modes in mixed company? Tony Young cuts to the heart of modes.

October-November 1997
Tony Young

Just can`t get enough info about modes, can you? Guitarist Tony Young relates modes to chord progressions.

April-May 2018
Guitar Haus

Sometimes it seems every guitar riff and chord progression has been done to death. How you can avoid the tendency to copy.

August-September 1996
Guitar Haus

How to use the song structure method to jump-start compositions.

October-November 1996
Guitar Haus

Stuck recycling the same licks and riffs? Dig yourself out of your guitar playing rut and rediscover the instrument you love.

June-July 1996
Guitar Haus

Emulating your heroes is fine, but consider how far should you take it.

February-March 1997
Guitar Haus

The use and abuse of compression.

April-May 1997
Guitar Haus

Reader tips for twangin' up your sound.

June-July 1997
Guitar Haus

Dan McAvinchey helps you to eliminate those pesty sonic gremlins from your home or project studio.

June-July 1996
Guitar Haus

Why setting levels properly will help you achieve optimal sound and clarity.

December-January 1996
Guitar Haus

Ideas for improving your recorded guitar sound.

October-November 1996
Guitar Haus

McAvinchey dips into his magic bag to bring you 16 tips you can use today to improve your tracks.

August-September 1997
Guitar Haus

13 additional tips you can use today to improve your tracks.

August-September 1996
Guitar Haus

The use of delay in the studio.

August-September 1996
Guitar Nine

Reinventing Music As Sustenance

October-November 1996
Guitar Nine

Session Guitarist Ready To Broaden His Appeal

December-January 1996
Guitar Nine

Three Musicians Become One, United!

February-March 1997
Guitar Nine

Serving Up Dessert For Your Ears

April-May 1997
Guitar Nine

Improvisational, Emotional Jazz

June-July 1997
Guitar Nine

Hungry For the Big Time

August-September 1997
Guitar Nine

Swedish Instrumentalist Does It On His Own

August-September 1997
Guitar Nine

Inspiring Others to Find the Inspiration in Themselves

August-September 1997
Guitar Nine

Balancing Technique And Melody... From Italy

October-November 1997
Guitar Nine

Adrenaline-Pumping, Cinematic Heavy Rock

October-November 1997
Guitar Nine

Stepping Outside Contemporary Fusion

October-November 1997
Guitar Nine

Folk And Rock 'N' Roll With A Country Flavor

October-November 1997
Guitar Nine

Mixing Luxurious Soundscapes With Rock/Blues Guitar

June-July 1996
Guitar Nine

What we are all about and why you care.

June-July 1996
Guitar Nine

Share your knowledge of the guitar and music with the rest of the world.

April-May 1997
Guitar Nine

Official press release for Dan McAvinchey's "Guitar Haus" CD.

October-November 1996
Guitar Nine

E-mail comments, testimonials, kudos, feedback and other observations from around the world.

June-July 1996
Guitar Nine

Write-ups from artsts who have demonstrated a great appreciation for the guitar, and who strive to show what can be done with a guitar in the hands of a creative artist.

December-January 1997
Guitar Haus

If you're a typical musician, you lack one or both of these critical qualities. Let's see how important they are to your success.

December-January 1997
Sean T. Gill

If you`ve got the urge to explore jazz after a background in rock, you`ll need to understand the differences between the two styles. Guitarist Sean Gill gives you the keys to unlock the door to jazz.

December-January 1997
Rusty Cooley

Houston guitarist Rusty Cooley figures that with ten fingers, there`s got to be times when you can use over half of them to express your ideas.

December-January 1997
Guitar Haus

I`d really like to develop into a good composer. I`m not a Greg Howe or an Allan Holdsworth when it comes to soloing, so I have no choice but to work on developing my compositional skills so that people will have a reason to listen! To me, the ideal is someone like Scott Henderson, or Shawn Lane, who are not only amazing players, but equally strong, if not better, composers. That`s the pinnacle, to me.

December-January 2002
Guitar Nine

Read about the history of instrumental guitar, and learn about the passion fans feel for their sub-genre of choice.

December-January 1997
Guitar Nine

Multi-Instrumentalist Tracks Cool, Contemporary Jazz

December-January 1997
Guitar Nine

Summoning The Ghosts Of Pop, Folk & Rock

December-January 1997
Guitar Nine

One Of Those (Guitar) Guys

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