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We're Celebrating Our 18th Anniversary

Five Guest Columnists, Six New Interviews Featured In June

imgelcome to the June edition of Guitar Nine's on-line magazine. June of 1996 marked our entry into cyberspace, and after eighteen great years, Guitar Nine has become well known for providing a wide variety of free instructional material, news and information. To celebrate, five guest columnists have submitted excellect articles on a range of musical topics of interest to independent musicians. Also, please enjoy sampling some great music released by over 1000 musicians we've worked with over the past 18 years! Of note, over 190 musicians (including many of the recording artists selling their music online) have written guest columns for this site since 1997.   More Info   Español

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Our June Issue Features
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The Power To Release: Dan McAvinchey
"Managing Expectations"
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Guest Columnist: Mike Campese
"Technical Exercises, Part 2"
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Guest Columnist: Tom Hess
"How To Make It In Music By Eliminating Your Risk"
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Guest Columnist: Tommaso Zillio
"The Only Exercise You Will Need To Learn The Fretboard"
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Guest Columnist: Christopher Knab
"Be A Master Musician"
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Guest Columnist: Jean-Pierre Zammit
"Arpeggio Shapes: Major 7"
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Guest Columnist: Tom Hess
"The Four Worst Fears Of Guitar Players"
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Dan McAvinchey
Interview with Chris Surma
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Dan McAvinchey
Interview with Mitch Chmara
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Dan McAvinchey
Interview with Rob Ward
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Dan McAvinchey
Interview with Dejan Toracki
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Interview with Roo Chapus
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Dan McAvinchey
Interview with Jartse Tuominen
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RICKENBACKER: Adolph Rickenbacker - The Grandfather of the Electric Guitar.

FRANK ZAPPA: The Zappa family web site, with plenty of authorized information and Zappa products.

AMERICAN PRO DIGITAL: Offering CD-ROM and CD-Audio replication services.

SHRAPNEL RECORDS: The home of America`s first heavy metal label, and their labels - Tone Center, Blues Bureau International and Noninterference.

BOSTON: Official page of Tom Scholz and the rest of the rock group, Boston.


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