February-March 2011

Vol. 15, No. 5: February-March 2011
Melt The Winter Blues With Fiery Music
396 Fusion, 304 Rock, 145 Shred, 112 Metal, 40 Surf, 268 Acoustic... More!

Welcome to the February edition of Guitar Nine's on-line magazine. Stylistic variety within the instrumental guitar specialty market continues to be our hallmark, as 21 primary styles are in the spotlight in our new style-specific SoundCheck pages (click on 'View Other SoundChecks...'). In the past two months we've added another 17 new releases to the site, including instrumental CDs by Stuart Hamm, Petr Henych/G-BOD, Visual Cliff, Luna Blanca, Anthimos Manti, Les Sabler, Dan Lambert, Kermheat, Salvo Vecchio, Seree Lee, Alien Guitar Abduction and Greg Chako. You can now listen to and order 1776 instrumental releases by 1135 different artists.

Guitar Nine Records February-March 2011 newsletter.

Guy Pople
Guy Pople

Guy`s first column in a series for experienced guitarists with very little formal knowledge.

Scott Allen
Scott Allen

Scott Allen continues his tour of arpeggio-land with beautiful ninth chord arpeggios.

Mike O'Malley
Mike O'Malley

Internalize what you are learning and use it to develop your own style.

Mike Campese
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Just when you thought all arpeggio topics had been covered, Mike`s back with triad arpeggio practice ideas.

Tom Hess
Tom Hess Opus 2

Do you want to improve your guitar technique, play guitar cleaner, eliminate sloppy playing and unwanted string noise?

David Martone
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone is back from the snowy Canadian Satriani support tour - with pictures.

Christopher Knab
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab intensifies his crusade to help musicians with the business of music.

Dan Lambert
Dan Lambert

Getting back to the studio after years away, and recapturing the fun and the magic.

Guitar Nine
Guitar Nine

Black Sheep Of The Blues

Guglielmo Malusardi
Guglielmo Malusardi

To play in places where they cannot pay the expenses for an entire band, I travel with only my guitar and a CD where I have my own backing tracks. And I noticed that the public reacts very well to these concerts!

Guglielmo Malusardi
Guglielmo Malusardi

Well, the Internet is a great thing, everyone now can have their own spot and sell their music. But it is becoming a jungle where everyone just thinks about themselves. There is too much quantity, and too little quality; too much competition instead of collaboration.

Guitar Nine
Guitar Nine

Releases Dynamite Chicago Blues CD/DVD

Guitar Nine
Guitar Nine

Bass-Oriented, Rhythmically Heavy Fusion

Guitar Nine
Guitar Nine

Expanding The Possibilites Of Solo Guitar