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June-July 2000

And those that can`t do - scram! Teaching guitar for fun and profit.

June-July 2000

Get a rhythmic grip on odd meters with this new column from Colin Mandel.

June-July 2000

Lower Bach pain? A great exercise for right hand picking as well as left hand fretting technique.

June-July 2000

A story about a guitar (well, a couple of guitars, actually).

June-July 2000

Put down that guitar! How to dramatically affect your playing and creativity.

June-July 2000

An original orchestration from "Gilbert Isbin Plays Nick Drake".

June-July 2000

I never thought I`d be CEO of Virgin Independent, nor would I want to. I had material to release. No major or indie label wanted to hear about it, so I did it myself. And let`s face it: guitar music is a tough sell, so most majors won`t cut you any slack.

June-July 2000

I love it at home, but you can`t play here. You can`t play in L.A. every night. We`re lucky to play once a week here. It`s just the nature of being a musician. People won`t pay to see you every single week. You have to travel and change your audience to be able to play every night.

June-July 2000

The talented artists associated with Guitar Nine recall their mentors and heroes.

June-July 2000

Blues Rock Band Poised To Explode

June-July 2000

Fifteen Years Of Progressive Rock Fusion

June-July 2000

Guitar-Based Improvisational Pieces Kick-Off Trilogy

June-July 2000

High Energy, Blues/Rock Guitar

June-July 2000

Music Creating An Uplifting Ambience

June-July 2000

Meaningful Progressive Rock

June-July 2000

New Progressive Band Forges Original Sound

June-July 2000

Finnish Shredder Pours Out Emotion

June-July 2000

Veteran Guitarist Goes Instrumental

June-July 2000

Broadening His Horizons With Solo Release

June-July 2000

Aggressive, Unorthodox Fingerstyle Wins Fans

June-July 2000

Polish Shredder Continues Development

April-May 2000

Rhythmically Intense Jazz Fusion

April-May 2000

Instrumental Acoustic Music Coveys Soaring Freedom

April-May 2000

Original Jazz CD Emphasizes Songs

April-May 2000

Fingerstylist Blends Jazz, Folk and New Age Influences

April-May 2000

Modern Guitar Flavors Jungle Rhythms

April-May 2000

Italian Shred "Extravaganza"

April-May 2000

Smooth Jazz Instrumentalist Releases Sixth CD

April-May 2000

Delta-Flavored Bluesman Releases CD

April-May 2000

Defying Categorization With Latest CD

April-May 2000

Pushing Progressive's Boundaries

April-May 2000

Fusion Guitarist Expands Reach

April-May 2000

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back with dozens of thought-provoking and essential questions you need to consider before taking the plunge.

April-May 2000

Good advice for building smooth speed from the guitarist behind the amazing "First Light".

April-May 2000

Haven`t you always wanted to play what you hear in your head? Be sure to check out super-picker Shane Theriot`s exercise.

April-May 2000

Will Landrum is back with a cool right-hand tapping riff, culled from his self-titled CD.

April-May 2000

There`s more to the simple plectrum than meets the ear.

April-May 2000

How to get that twangin` country crosspicked sound, when the pressure is on.

April-May 2000

I find it hard to believe that some people have trouble getting press. It`s not really that difficult to do. I think the hardest part is letting go of the fear of a bad review. I`ve spoken to colleagues who don`t send their CD out because they`re afraid it`ll get trashed. Yeah, it might. But you have to take that chance.

April-May 2000

Well, there really isn`t that big a demand for that kind of music that I write and play over the radio. So what I`ve been able to do by doing my own records and doing my own website is basically ignore the record company thing where the whole machinery has to be in place for airplay, promotions and tours. Now I can make the music I want to make, and so far so good.

February-March 2000

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back to help you professionally develop your music for the marketplace.

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