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Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas helps you become the greatest guitarist and musician you can possibly be.
By learning about the music industry from a professional who has already done big things, you will be much more likely to succeed in your own music career.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney reminds us that a huge percentage of artists either forgot or never learned that a show is an experience for their fans.
Mike brings up some of the typical reasons why so many guitarists are unable to improve their musical skills.
Michael Knight shares some ideas for keeping a positive light on your band.
Shedding light on modes for those of you that are reaching out for new ideas to add to your musical armoury.
Aggressively Pursuing The Hard Rock Agenda
A Heaping Helping Of Shredded Bliss
Guitar Nine's August-September 2012 newsletter.
Warp-Speed Washington Shredder
Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas provides some clarity on the subject of scales.
Mike discusses one of the most effective methods for practicing chord changes.
When you find a group of musicians that you write, perform and hang with and can trust, well you may have won a lottery in life.
Mike Campese introduces you to a cool scale sequence that is not commonly used.
If you hold the belief that it is wrong to try to make money with your musical talents, do not read any further - please don`t read this.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney implores you to keep from throwing away your passion.
Backstage warm ups take on their own quirks, stories and connections that help to explain their success and approach to their music.
Playing high-pitched squeals that are so important in the style of metal players (and others).
Here you`ll get essential tips to help you achieve the success you are striving for.
Settling The Score... With Metal
My listening isn`t biased towards guitar players. In fact, I think I might even avoid seeking out guitar players` recordings, because I`ve had better luck trying to get clear about my own approach to the instrument.
Another thing when making living as a guitarist is to be sure to make good songs. The majority of listeners doesn`t care about flashy solos, they want to hear cool songs.
The online magazine has been going for over 16 years, and the e-commerce aspect of the business wound up completing a 15 year run - not bad considering the narrow focus our store had on instrumental music.
In review: Will Ray "Street Survival Guide To Scales And Modes"
In review: Richard Smith "Effortless Guitar: Smooth Jazz Techniques"
In review: De Ros & Bergozza "Pecas De Bravura"
Having the ability to record your guitar parts very quickly and efficiently in the studio will maximize your music career opportunities.
Five of the very best guitar kids from the past two months in a video format. You can submit your most terrifying videos.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney helps you get more fans to your shows when sending event invitations through Facebook.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab reminds us we have to adapt to technological and economic changes, as uncomfortable as that may be.
In review: Marty Friedman "Exhibit B: Live In Japan"
In review: Carl Roa "High Intensity Rock: Lead Guitar"
In review: Paul Gilbert "Silence Followed By A Deafening Roar"
In review: Danny Gill "Quick Licks: Up Tempo Rock, Jimmy Page"