April-May 2015

Vol. 19, No. 6: April-May 2015
Kickstart Your Career, Improve Your Playing, And More!
Online Magazine Has Thirteen Fresh Columns For April

Welcome to the April edition of Guitar Nine's on-line magazine. Experienced columnists such as Mike Campese, Tommaso Zillio and Tom Hess have each submitted dozens of articles over the years, and now, regular offerings by artists such as Sam Russell and Simon Candy lend a consistency and familiarity to each site update. Altogether, nine columnists have submitted thirteen new articles in their areas of specialty that will interest guitar players and independent musicians alike. Remarkably, over 200 musicians have written guest columns for this site since 1997.

Dan McAvinchey
Guitar Haus

Not quite ready to release that record yet? You may be underestimating yourself.

Guitar Nine's April-May 2015 newsletter.

Tommaso Zillio
Tommaso Zillio

If your guitar heroes use a lot of "wrong" notes and make them sound "right" (and you can`t), here`s how to do it.

Antony Reynaert
Antony Reynaert

Reynaert takes you on a journey through the possibilities of blues rhythm guitar playing.

Tom Hess
Tom Hess Opus 2

Build incredible amounts of musical tension by combining sweep picking technique with creative guitar phrasing ideas.

Tom Hess
Tom Hess Opus 2

You must master the ability to play with both speed and creativity in order to make your licks stand out.

Mike Campese
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike Campese puts both hands on the fretboard to deliver more triad arpeggios.

Dean Hailstone
Dean Hailstone

Maximizing your on-stage guitar tone so that you can make every gig an enjoyable experience.

Tom Hess
Tom Hess Opus 2

Before you will become a highly successful professional musician, you need to get rid of several false beliefs that will cause you to fail in your music career.

Tom Hess
Tom Hess Opus 2

Comparing the opposing mindsets of successful and unsuccessful musicians.

Sam Russell
Sam Russell

UK guitarist Sam Russell shares his personal methods on finding the inspiration to be creative musically and lyrically.

Simon Candy
Simon Candy

Awesome tools, tricks and techniques that you can use again and again to create your own killer sounding, unplugged acoustic guitar song.

Scott Allen
Scott Allen

A guided tour of the 2015 album by the Scott Allen Project.

Dallas Dwight
Dallas Dwight

Without a strong sense of melody and phrasing your music will never have that magical sense of wonder.

Chris Glyde
Chris Glyde

Stay alive. Stay sane. Stay healthy. There are methods to achieving compositional greatness that do not involved personal pain.