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April-May 2002

A bunch of ways to spice up our old pal: the Dorian mode.

April-May 2002

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas gives great advice to both new and experienced guitar instructors.

April-May 2002

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney on handling the inevitable - rejection,

April-May 2002

Keeping your precious recorded output at the industry standard level of quality has many benefits.

April-May 2002

I think gear is important because you want to sound your best. I took it to such an extreme, but that`s the cool thing about the studio - you can always learn and prepare for the time you get to record the next CD.

February-March 2002

Music industry guru Christopher Knab with tips on building the ideal music promotional kit.

February-March 2002

Another fistful of double arpeggio ideas.

February-March 2002

Mike returns with the second part of his column on coordinating your hands, while developing speed and accuracy.

February-March 2002

You can bet your low `E` string that Canadian guitarist David Martone can improve your bottom end.

February-March 2002

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess will break you of your tendency to quit.

February-March 2002

You need to get `out` more, well, at least your playing does.

February-March 2002

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas offers the benefits of a good review program in your practice regimen.

February-March 2002

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney chips in on the makings of a great stage show.

February-March 2002

Doing clinics has allowed me go to places and promote myself where I wouldn`t have been able to have even dreamed of going to. I`ve done clinics/workshops/performances in Germany, Spain, Japan, Greece, Sweden, UK, Brazil, Argentina, Italy, France, Canada, Belgium and of course the U.S. Being one of the top clinicians in the U.S. has gotten me to places I only read about in school.

February-March 2002

I guess like a fingerprint, no one musician can be exactly alike, so that helps a bit. If I were to make any distinction, it would be that I really respect the tune itself and have always sacrificed technical acrobatics and note bombardment for the sake of melody, depth and feel - which I`ll will admit is a constant battle.

February-March 2002

Fusing Latin, Caribbean and North African Influences

February-March 2002

Gutty Guitars, Expressive Vocals

February-March 2002

Just Enough Brilliant Fingerstyle

February-March 2002

Progressive/Metal, Jazz/Fusion Instrumentals

February-March 2002

Jackhammer Picking, Dive Bombs Away!

February-March 2002

Rock/World/New Age Instrumental Works

February-March 2002

French Duo Releases Demo

February-March 2002

New England Based Metal Band Strikes Back

February-March 2002

Polish Instrumental Neo-Classical Masterworks

February-March 2002

Bluesy Shred, Instrumental Hard Rock

February-March 2002

Scorched, Raw Guitar

February-March 2002

From Hard/Dark To Ethereal

December-January 2001

Improvisational Boldness Meets Esoterica

December-January 2001

Hard Livin' & Hard Playin'

December-January 2001

Riotous Texas Blues With Double Trouble

December-January 2001

Modern Beats Grace New Jazz Release

December-January 2001

Evocative, Guitar-Driven World Music

December-January 2001

St. Louis Instrumental Rock

December-January 2001

Polish Instrumentalist Creates Progressive Rock

December-January 2001

Totally Acoustic Troubadour Music

December-January 2001

Melodic Fusion/Shred Dominates Class Project

December-January 2001

Speed Picked Instrumental Metal

December-January 2001

Adept At Rock, Blues, Metal, Funk & More

December-January 2001

Slovenia's Instrumental Rock Future

December-January 2001

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back with the skinny on getting noticed.

December-January 2001

Want to double your fun? Double tracking your arpeggios may be the way to do it.

December-January 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone discusses the benefits and advantages of mastering your CD.

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