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Guitar Nine Surveys: Historical Results

Here are the results of the surveys we conducted on the Guitar Nine site in 2007.

February, 2007 Survey Results

Would you prefer instrumental music become more popular, or remain as a cool, underground musical option?
More popular        66.7%
Remain underground        33.3%

April, 2007 Survey Results

The most creative new instrumental guitar music seems to be coming from?
United States        22.9%
Northern Europe        17.1%
Southern Europe        8.6%
Canada        7.1%
Africa        7.1%
Southern Asia        5.7%
Mexico/Central America        5.7%
Northern Asia        5.7%
South America        4.3%
Caribbean Islands        4.3%
British Isles        4.3%
Far East        4.3%
Australia        2.9%

June, 2007 Survey Results

If you could have one month to pick the brain of any G3 guitarist, who would it be?
Steve Vai        22.9%
Joe Satriani        14.9%
Eric Johnson        14.3%
Yngwie J. Malmsteen        12.0%
John Petrucci        9.7%
Paul Gilbert        9.1%
Robert Fripp        6.9%
Uli Jon Roth        4.6%
Michael Schenker        2.3%
Adrian Legg        1.7%
Kenny Wayne Shepherd        1.7%

August, 2007 Survey Results

Which G3 guitarist has the greatest influence over instrumental music today?
Joe Satriani        29.2%
Yngwie J. Malmsteen        26.9%
Steve Vai        18.9%
John Petrucci        11.3%
Paul Gilbert        5.2%
Eric Johnson        2.8%
Robert Fripp        2.4%
Michael Schenker        1.4%
Uli Jon Roth        1.4%
Adrian Legg        0.5%

October, 2007 Survey Results

What is the one quality you rate highest when evaluating new instrumental music?
Incredible performance        34.4%
Musical originality        30.0%
Stylistic variety        12.2%
Stylistic cohesiveness        11.1%
Dynamic production        7.8%
Accessibility/Familiarity        4.4%

December, 2007 Survey Results

What`s your opinion of the guitar-oriented instrumental Christmas and holiday music out there?
Love it; listen to it every year        34.1%
Heard it, don`t really seek it out        20.5%
Sure beats Mitch Miller and Burl Ives        20.5%
Dislike all holiday music        15.9%
Haven`t checked it out        6.8%
Dislike it; prefer traditional arrangements        2.3%

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