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Enjoy over 20 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

February-March 2001

East Meets West In Asian/Oriental Metal

February-March 2001

Italy's Most Unique Jazz/Blues

February-March 2001

Croatian Studio Guitarist Steps Out

February-March 2001

Guitar-Based Alternative Realities

December-January 2000

Chicago's Hardest Working Blues Band

December-January 2000

Blues, Jazz & World Influences

December-January 2000

Swirling Electric & Appealing Acoustic Guitar

December-January 2000

Instrumental E.P. From Down Under

December-January 2000

Creedence-influenced Songwriter Makes Mark

December-January 2000

Shredder Practices All Day Long

December-January 2000

Italian Instrumentalist Distributes Demo

December-January 2000

Instrumentalist, Teacher, Guitarist, Writer

December-January 2000

Phenomenology Of The Musical Unconscious

December-January 2000

Guitarist Works Instrumental & Christian Rock

December-January 2000

Instrumental Rock Shredder Looks To The Future

December-January 2000

Blazing Instrumental Funk Rock

December-January 2000

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back with advice for indies on manufacturing issues.

December-January 2000

Mike Campese is back with a follow up article with even more 9ths for your entertainment.

December-January 2000

Canadian guitarist David Martone has learned a lot about recording over the years. Let`s check in and see what David has for us on the art of recording.

December-January 2000

Swedish guitarist Sebastian Kalamajski recommends you think before you noodle.

December-January 2000

Acoustic wizard Michael Hewett has some great advice to help you get "all there" with the music.

December-January 2000

Neil Haverstick has made his living with his instrument for over 20 years - the third installment of practical tips from a seasoned veteran.

December-January 2000

Are "new" marketing ideas really as new as they sound? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney offers his expert opinion.

December-January 2000

I have always played because I love the guitar and now since 1994, when I again started being in charge of the projects I was involved in I have felt the freedom to make the music I want to make and that I personally enjoy.

October-November 2000

The official arpeggios of Guitar Nine Records - always play the 9th. Take it away Mike.

October-November 2000

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back to stress the ever changing nature of this business of music.

October-November 2000

Will returns to discuss the relationship all guitarists must develop with their tools of choice.

October-November 2000

A simple technique that will have you breaking speed records even after the Olympics.

October-November 2000

Neil Haverstick has made his living with his instrument for over 20 years - even more tips from a seasoned veteran.

October-November 2000

Acoustic, electric, if it`s got six, Steve Booke plays `em. He`s here to reveal the essence of recording legacy.

October-November 2000

Transcribing is difficult work that takes a lot of concentration--I usually use headphones and I use a switching box which allows me to hear the right or left channel only through both sides of the headphones. This helps when trying to zero in on a particular guitar part. A thorough knowledge of music notation is mandatory also.

October-November 2000

I think the stylistic variety comes from the fact that I love so many different kinds of music and I`ve played with a lot of different kinds of artists. I`ve played with a salsa band, a blues band, numerous pop bands, and an avant-garde jammy classical-jazz band.

October-November 2000

I wanted to record this album as a band. The intensity and energy you get from recording as a band is far superior than to that of using hired guns. Being very influenced by bands like Dream Theater, Symphony X etc., I wanted the new material to be more aggressive and somewhat progressive, however still keeping everything very melodic.

October-November 2000

All Latin or world music requires a very strong groove even if it is slow. That was a challenge since I am coming from a rock/fusion area. It helped my playing that way. Also when it came to soloing, I could not rely on my legato technique as much since it would not come out as well. Thus I worked on my alternate picking for a few months before the recording.

October-November 2000

The talented artists associated with Guitar Nine respond to the challenge: Put a million bucks to the best musical use.

October-November 2000

Jazz Guitarist Releases Second CD

October-November 2000

Blues Surf/Rock Trio

October-November 2000

Textural Guitar Backs Dramatic Vocals

October-November 2000

Vibrant, Creative, Thinking Man's Fusion

October-November 2000

Pure Solo Fingerstyle Guitar

October-November 2000

Spacey Jam Rock

October-November 2000

Fiery Instrumental Rock Fueled By Latin Beats

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