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Jazz Guitarist Strives To Reach Wider Audience
McAvinchey signs off on the popular series; what will the future bring.
Planning To Saturate The Instrumental Rock Scene
Honky-Tonk, Blues & Big Guitar
Sharing His Inspiration - With A Guitar
Uplifting Combination Of Flamenco, Latin, Classical & Jazz
Music Unlimited By Categorical Distinctions
Strong Melodic Instrumentalist Releases 2nd CD
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.
The second installment of practical advice from Tonya`s new book "Hidden Secrets To Making And Promoting Your Music Revealed".
Systematically deaiing with our musical need to improvise.
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.
Sweep those old sweeping techniques under the rug! Marshall Harrison`s got some great ideas in store for you.
Music industry consultant Christopher Knab contributes his knowledgeable views on the current state of affairs.
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.
A few words of practical advice from Tonya`s new book "Hidden Secrets To Making And Promoting Your Music Revealed".
Gerry Magee continues his multi-part series on expanding your mind, as well as your fretboard, with an article on focusing your mental energy.
Peter Neri on how to get those fingers (and thumbs) flying.
Don Lappin discusses the endless possibilities of the 5-tone tapping technique.
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.
The talented artists associated with Guitar Nine relate stories of their best, worst or most memorable live dates.
Surf Meets Jazz -- South Of The Border
Hi-Fidelity Six String Blast
Striving For The Big Time
Squeezing Vitamin "G" From Boundless Intensity
Instrumental Guitarist Records Solo EP
Swedish Guitarist Plans To Leverage Skills
Instrumentals Highlighting The Low End
Microtonal Musician Explores 19 & 34 Tone Guitar Music
Eclectic Instrumental CD Oozes Raw Energy
The odds of doing anything significant in the music business are long from the start, but artists who can't think beyond the short term have it thousands of times harder.
Progressive Instrumental Guitarist Releases EP-CD
Delivering Impressive Guitar & Heartfelt Music