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This edition's guest columnists are writing on topics such as harmony, scale/riff enhancement, and learning music theory. We've got six contributed articles altogether - all written by returning columnists familiar to Guitar Nine readers. In addition, read more about our outreach to the LEGO community with a custom, Explorer-style guitar built entirely of LEGO.
Mike Campese is back with a technique article entitled "Scales: Combining Rhythmic Variations". Roland Nipp returns after a hiatus with his motivational "In Their Own Words". Guitarist Tommaso Zillio offers up three new articles, "Expanding On Your Cool Guitar Riff", "Four Common Mistakes Made When Learning Music Theory" and "Learn More Music Theory - Get More Creative". Finally, bassist James Rosocha returns with his article "Diatonic Harmony".
Our retrospective series is entitled "Guitar Nine's Attic", which in this issue will take a look at numbers 31 to 60 of Guitar Nine's best-selling instrumental guitar albums from 1997 through 2012.
Mike Campese - "Scales: Combining Rhythmic Variations"
Roland Nipp - "In Their Own Words"
Tommaso Zillio - "Expanding On Your Cool Guitar Riff"
Tommaso Zillio - "Four Common Mistakes Made When Learning Music Theory"
Tommaso Zillio - "Learn More Music Theory - Get More Creative"
James Rosocha - "Diatonic Harmony"
Guitar Nine's Attic: All-Time Best Selling Albums 31-60
Explorer-Style Rock Electric Guitar
No new interviews in April. Last issue featured Seis Cuerdas and Stus Rollins.
Dan McAvinchey's classic "Power To Release" column about internet marketing.
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