Guitar Nine Records April-May 2010 newsletter.
Welcome to the April edition of Guitar Nine's on-line magazine. We're happy to report a number of stellar instrumental releases have come in from all over the globe (from places such as New Caledonia, China, Canada, Germany and France), keeping the international flavor of the site alive and well. With that in mind, we've added 9 new releases to the site in the past two months, including instrumental CDs by Tristan Klein, Plankton, Soren Jordan, Ducks Can Groove, Manu Livertout, Relocator, Greigg Fraser, Lei Chen and Pascal Allaigre. You can now listen to and order 1841 instrumental releases by 1168 different artists.
Ysrafel covers vibrato technique in great detail in this informative lesson.
Tom Hess offers three reasons why you may not be getting big results from taking guitar lessons.
Music is a synthesis of technique and art; making sure you include both in equal measure.
Here are more exercises to develop and improve outside picking and alternate picking.
Here is a great way of acquiring some useful improvisational tools, improving your technique, and more.
Zammit`s back with the second part of his challenging and beneficial chromatic exercises.
Mike Campese gives you exercises and tios on how to pedal your way to musical nirvana.
Don`t let yourself get worse but not trying to get better.
Canadian guitarist David Martone has been busy lately, and has a full clinic schedule this summer.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab delivers the truth to a lot of musicians who may not be ready to hear it.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney wants to help you turn that situation around today.
One I stopped procrastinating and making excuses and decided that I really wanted to make an album that I would be the first in line to buy - an album that really excited my heart.
A great solo works like a powerful and moving speech. Something that grabs your attention, keeps you interested, tells a story, and wraps up leaving you feeling like you got something from it.