Guitar Nine Records June-July 2010 newsletter.
Welcome to the June edition of Guitar Nine's on-line magazine. June of 1996 marked our entry into cyberspace, and after fourteen great years, Guitar Nine has become the leader in providing the widest selection of instrumental guitar recordings, news and information. According to recently gathered statistics, artists, labels and distributors have been more diligent about keeping their products in stock. Over the past month we've averaged an 98% in-stock percentage for the almost 2700 products in our catalog. Check out the current price list and availability status below. Be sure to also read our new interview with Berklee faculty member and shred guitarist Joe Stump.
Fact: Music is easy. Fact: People complicate it.
Improve your legato technique with Zammit`s exercises.
Scott Allen explodes the myth of the pentatonic scale being only appropriate for beginners.
Mike Campese introduces you to techniques from his 2010 CD.
Solo ideas and strategies that will help you build a memorable solo.
Every musician has to do it and while some dread it, many others do it religiously.
Here are exercises to develop and improve your speed on the guitar.
Canadian guitarist David Martone is no longer confined to the boundaries of the stage. Find out why.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab reminds us that money changes everything, and if you hope to make any, you need to read this.
If have a sincere interest in helping your beginning guitar students, read Tom Hess now.
Guy Pople shares his experiences with creating his own album with the Virtual Strangers cyberband.