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October-November 2002

Instrumental Rock From Kazakstan

October-November 2002

Young New Yorker Aspires Towards First CD

August-September 2002

Hard-Driving Guitar Surf Music

August-September 2002

From The Heart Of The Blues

August-September 2002

Canada's Premier Smooth Jazz

August-September 2002

Crossing The Line Between Acoustic & Electric

August-September 2002

Instrumental Rocker Seeks Record Company

August-September 2002

Revealing Heavy Metal Future Plans

August-September 2002

Three Speedy Demo Tracks

August-September 2002

English Instrumentalist Seeks Record Deal

August-September 2002

Pennsylvania's Progressive Metal Man

August-September 2002

A Bit Of Reggae, A Bit Of Blues

August-September 2002

Musician Looks Toward Favored Nations

August-September 2002

Steel Guitar Sounding Instrumentals

August-September 2002

The ins and outs of DVD authoring - it may be easier than you think.

August-September 2002

Greg Rapaport talks about developing some serious synergy between the picking and fretting hands.

August-September 2002

It`s not Frankenstein or Dracula, simply more Greasy Fingers.

August-September 2002

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas talks about the sticky topic that will energize your practice sessions.

August-September 2002

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney on why perception may not always be reality.

August-September 2002

Ace mastering engineer and guitarist Paul Abbott helps you avoid a muddy, undefined low to low-mid sound.

August-September 2002

Music industry guru Christopher Knab talks about an overlooked area of importance, CD packaging.

August-September 2002

How to personalize and colorize our old friend - the blues.

August-September 2002

Learning the fretboard through scales by Mike Campese.

August-September 2002

Using harmonics to get a great shimmering sound, from an award winning guitarist.

August-September 2002

The changes to John Coltrane`s classic can result in inspiration for original solos.

August-September 2002

Why you need a number of tones to impress, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

August-September 2002

I recently purchased an 18 track digital recorder made by Roland. I love having it and I`m amazed at the quality recordings with relatively little effort. I plan to do the third Delirious Tremor CD with it, as well as most future projects.

August-September 2002

The gear we use is a major part of the Plankton sound. We¥re resting on a solid foundation of the classic sounds from the 60¥s and 70¥s, made famous by Hendrix, Cream and Led Zeppelin among others. It¥s basically Strats into various vintage Marshall amps and cabinets.

June-July 2002

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess shows you how to select a good guitar instructor (and how to avoid a bad one).

June-July 2002

Mike returns with some fun arpeggio licks he uses in his own playing.

June-July 2002

Greg Rapaport discusses the importance of maintaining your timing and rhythm while improvising.

June-July 2002

Joboj takes you through MIDI drums In 7222 characters or less (give or take).

June-July 2002

Guitarist Williford pushes the envelope with 4 note per string legato licks and sequences.

June-July 2002

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney on getting the most from your hometown fans.

June-July 2002

Music industry guru Christopher Knab teaches you what it takes to compete for radio play.

June-July 2002

Why your drum machine may be a demo-only tool, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

June-July 2002

Even more ways to spice up our old pal: the Dorian mode.

June-July 2002

Liquid Note Records (or LNR) was set up to principally cater for virtuoso instrumental guitar music - though that`s not to rule out the possibility that we`ll also release vocal albums in the future. LNR`s aim is to release albums every bit as good - or, dare I say it, better - than those released by the mighty Shrapnel.

June-July 2002

The beauty of being an independent artist is that I don`t die if I don`t score a big record deal! I`ll still have a career. These days with stevefister.com, Guitar 9, and some independent distribution, I can grow and have more control over my musical fate. A new CD means a bright new day, with more to follow!

June-July 2002

I`ve been playing guitar for 35 years, and still find it very challenging, and exciting. I work at it every single day, and realize that the real fun and spirit of this entire process of being a professional player is the `journey`, not the `end-game`. Sometimes I feel as if I am just getting started. The most important aspect of learning different styles of music, is one`s genuine love for that particular style.

June-July 2002

Melding Jazz Guitar With Experimental Sensibilities

June-July 2002

Classical Guitar Meets Electric Guitar

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