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This edition's guest columnists are writing about creativity, song writing basics, and live streaming your gigs. We've got seven contributed articles altogether - two written by columnists new to Guitar NIne (James Rosocha, Luca Sellitto).
Tom Hess is back with his contribution "How To Quickly Become A Highly Creative Guitarist". Mike Campese also returns with an article entitled "Hanon Style, Scale Sequences". Guitarist Tommaso Zillio challenges you with "Song Writing Basics: Starting From A Single Idea". After a long hiatus, Dean Hailstone has submitted "How to Live Stream Your Gig". Joining us for the first time are bassist James Rosocha with "Quoting The Melody Of Tunes", and Italian instructor Luca Sellitto talking technique in "String Crossing Exercises". Finally, acoustic guitar specialist Simon Candy returns with his comprehensive article "Awesome Sounding Fingerpicking Blues Arrangements On Your Acoustic Guitar".
Tom Hess - "How To Quickly Become A Highly Creative Guitarist"
Mike Campese - "Hanon Style, Scale Sequences"
Tommaso Zillio - "Song Writing Basics: Starting From A Single Idea"
Simon Candy - "Awesome Sounding Fingerpicking Blues Arrangements On Your Acoustic Guitar"
Dean Hailstone - "How to Live Stream Your Gig"
Luca Sellitto - "String Crossing Exercises"
James Rosocha - "Quoting The Melody Of Tunes"
The December update includes a new interview with New Jersey area guitarist and composer Shawn Christie.
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