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February-March 1999
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Hi-Fidelity Six String Blast

February-March 1999
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Striving For The Big Time

February-March 1999
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Stoner Rock EP From England

February-March 1999
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Squeezing Vitamin "G" From Boundless Intensity

April-May 1999
Tonya Rae

The second installment of practical advice from Tonya`s new book "Hidden Secrets To Making And Promoting Your Music Revealed".

April-May 1999
Gerry Magee

Systematically deaiing with our musical need to improvise.

April-May 1999
Joe Bochar

If you thought playing gigs was the only source for good `story material`, wait until you visit Mr. Bochar`s personal lake of fire. Don`t get burned.

April-May 1999
Marshall C. Harrison

Sweep those old sweeping techniques under the rug! Marshall Harrison`s got some great ideas in store for you.

April-May 1999
Christopher Knab

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab contributes his knowledgeable views on the current state of affairs.

April-May 1999
Guitar Haus

The past few years have seen the rise of several new ways to get your music promoted and selling, leveraging the strengths of the Internet.

February-March 1999
Guitar Haus

I was never a fan of direct guitar sounds but for some reason this album ("Zone") is full of direct guitar. All of the rhythm tracks, clean and dirty, were recorded direct. I find that this gives the punchiest sound out there. The Sans-Amp rack really helped also. It is one of those `plug and play` pieces of gear which tone just oozes out of.

April-May 1999
Guitar Haus

The only recording I do at home is for demo purposes. My engineer and I have actually built a commercial studio in San Luis Obispo, CA. The studio is a 3,000 sq..ft., 24 track, digital facility. It was a huge project, spanning two years. The great thing is I don`t have to worry about the clock anymore. There is a tremendous feeling of freedom when I can spend the time needed to record my songs, the way I feel they should be.

April-May 1999
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Planning To Saturate The Instrumental Rock Scene

April-May 1999
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Seductively Corrosive Solo Guitar

April-May 1999
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Fingerstyle Acoustic...And More!

April-May 1999
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Sharing His Inspiration - With A Guitar

April-May 1999
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High Energy Rock Guitar

June-July 1999
Guitar Haus

McAvinchey signs off on the popular series; what will the future bring.

June-July 1999
Christopher Knab

A no-holds-barred look at a common problem between band members.

June-July 1999
Marc Pattison

Insightful thoughts on the precious gift of music from one of today`s hottest guitarists.

June-July 1999
Sebastian Kalamajski

You don`t have to be a shredding, virtuoso guitar player to learn proper phrasing, and your solos will stand out from the pack.

June-July 1999
Guitar Haus

But even with my success in Belgium, it was impossible to get any industry support/interest generated. It was then the time of Kurt Cobain and friends, people like Tony MacAlpine and Greg Howe weren`t having any luck, what hope was there for me? Releasing my own CD seemed like the only answer.

June-July 1999
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Post-Apocalyptic Acoustic Fingerstyle

June-July 1999
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Life Experience Drives Smooth Jazz Release

June-July 1999
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Displaying An Affection For Jazz Guitar Instrumentals

June-July 1999
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Acoustic Guitar With An Edge

June-July 1999
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Accessible Amalgam Of Instrumental Rock, Funk & Fusion

June-July 1999
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Trance Ambience For Horizontal & Vertical Bass

August-September 1999
Christopher Knab

Do you have MP3 music files in your future? Christopher Knab is here to give you some really great reasons why you should.

August-September 1999
Kevin Slack

How is your timing? Are you about to lose your gig because you always rush the beat? Kevin Slack has an exercise which will help you determine where you stand.

August-September 1999
Guitar Haus

Except for distribution, I`ve always made out better doing it myself using investor money then any contracts I`ve been offered. I have a "go in the studio and play" mentality. I don`t overdub, and I usually only do two or three takes for each piece. I make sure when I go in, I`m ready! So my costs are embarressingly low!

August-September 1999
Guitar Haus

I like to take another artist`s song and vision and take it to another level. My experience with Fourth Estate, as well as contributing to many other projects and playing in countless cover bands, gives me a broad perspective in which to approach working with a variety of different artists. I am also very picky about sounds and tones and I think that translates in most of the projects I`ve produced.

August-September 1999
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Melodic, Challenging, Romantic, Fiery

August-September 1999
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Belgian Guitarist Rips On Instrumental CD

August-September 1999
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Dark, Moody Pop Meets Neo-Progressive Music

August-September 1999
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Aggressive Yet Attractively Melodic Rock

August-September 1999
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Swiss Guitarist Plans Instrumental CD

August-September 1999
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Guitarist From The Future

August-September 1999
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Melodic Instrumentals From Italy

October-November 1999
Christopher Knab

Getting ready for major or minor distribution? Christopher Knab explains the form and function of the distributor one sheet

October-November 1999
Joe Elliott

Years of teaching at GIT have taught Joe a thing or three about structuring a solo. No need to travel to Hollywood, we`ve got the lesson right here.

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