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Guitar Nine Surveys: Historical Results

Here are the results of the surveys we conducted on the Guitar Nine site in 2006.

February, 2006 Survey Results

What is the one thing that virtually guarantees you will like an instrumental album?
Compositionally creative        34.5%
Incredible solos        22.0%
Talented musicians on every instrument        21.5%
Absolutely no vocal tracks        9.6%
Unique arrangements        7.9%
Dynamic mix of styles        4.0%
Stellar production/mix        0.6%

April, 2006 Survey Results

Which of our regular features are you sure to check out every two months?
Guitar technique columns        39.4%
Undiscovered artists        18.2%
Songwriting/composition columns        9.1%
Live performance columns        7.6%
Interviews        6.1%
Artist biographies        6.1%
Inspiration/motivation columns        4.5%
Recording columns        4.5%
Survey/survey results        3.0%
Music business columns        1.5%

June, 2006 Survey Results

What was the first year you remember visiting the Guitar Nine Records site?
2006        37.2%
2005        12.8%
2000        11.5%
2003        10.3%
2004        6.4%
2002        6.4%
1999        5.1%
2001        3.8%
1996        2.6%
1998        2.6%
1997        1.3%

August, 2006 Survey Results

Which would be worth more on eBay in 10 years, a CD album, or an album of downloaded mp3s?
CD album        84.8%
Downloaded album        15.2%

October, 2006 Survey Results

Who would you most love to see host a series of instructional guitar DVDs?
Steve Vai        37.5%
Joe Satriani        23.2%
Jeff Beck        12.5%
Carlos Santana        8.0%
Jennifer Batten        6.2%
Jimmy Page        5.4%
Eric Clapton        4.5%
Ace Frehley        2.7%

December, 2006 Survey Results

If you could only play just one guitar brand, which would it be?
Ibanez        24.1%
Fender        21.8%
Gibson        17.6%
Paul Reed Smith        7.4%
Music Man        4.6%
ESP        4.2%
Jackson        3.2%
Parker        2.8%
Carvin        2.3%
Taylor        2.3%
Martin        1.9%
Line 6        1.9%
Brian Moore        1.4%
Ovation        1.4%
Epiphone        0.9%
Gretsch        0.9%
Valley Arts        0.9%
RainSong        0.5%

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