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Jazz Guitarist Releases Second CD
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Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back to discuss the business end of artistic success.
Tips on avoiding practice schedule overload. From the guitarist behind the unique "Highway 90" CD.
David Martone`s follow up lesson continues the quest for a change of color over dominant chords.
Add spice to your sonic stew with these harmonization ideas.
Neil Haverstick has made his living with his instrument for over 20 years - tips from a seasoned veteran.
Get a rhythmic grip on odd meters with the latest installment from Colin Mandel.
Believe it or not - you can play melodies and riffs without always pressing on the frets. Let Ray show you how.
Chopin`s swift piano piece adapted for the six-string.
Who bears the ultimate (and ironic) responsibility for the rise of peer-to-peer music swapping over the Internet.
I have done interviews with quite a few leading Japanese and European magazines. My experience with them has been very positive. As far as US magazines are concerned, it is hard for me to say how they are handling guitar-oriented music, because I haven`t dealt with them much in the past. There just doesn`t seem to be that much of a market for insturmental music in the US as there is overseas.
We`re definitely going to do another album this year. We`ve got a couple of concepts we`re throwing around. It will be an instrumental album. We`re ready to do that again ourselves. Like I said, we`re extremely proud of "Under The Lash Of Gravity" and we`re doing everything we can to get it out there. Initially, instrumental guitar fans didn`t buy it. But if they give it a chance, it does grow on you.
Don`t get jealous. Don`t put other people down for their playing. You have to concentrate on what you want to do and study and appreciate the works of other people. Don`t rip off works of your friends, take a little from them and add some originality. I have found that the people who take ideas and riffs from others blatantly without giving credit are usually mediocre musicians and writers.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back with the key ingredients necessary to make an impact in cyberspace.
No, no, no! This is about music! From the guitarist behind the amazing "First Light".
Direct from Canada, Martone`s lesson should help to obtain a change of color over dominant chords.