The February-March issue is now online.
You may not have realized this, but the guitarists selling their instrumental CDs on the site are from all over the world. In addition to the many musicians from the United States, we're representing guitarists from the following countries (the number signifies the number of CDs): Germany (40), France (5), Canada (28), New Caledonia (2), Brazil (14), Netherlands (8), Italy (24), Denmark (6), Australia (33), Russia (4), England (85), Spain (30), Portugal (6), Cuba (2), India (2), Slovenia (1), Ireland (2), Hungary (10), Poland (3), South Korea (1), Finland (10), Greece (5), Trinidad (1), Sweden (13), Turkey (2), Mexico (5), Japan (4), Belgium (6), China (3), Chile (6), Haiti (1), Argentina (1), South Africa (1), Serbia (2), Austria (1), Estonia (1), Costa Rica (11), Iran (12), Switzerland (3) and Ukraine (3).
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February's guest columnists bring technical tips, practical concepts, and general advice to the table, and cover topics on the music business, guitar playing, and blogging. We've got seven fresh articles altogether - six penned by returning columnists, and one first-time contributor. Canadian guitarist David Martone is back with another in his series entitled "Zone Recording: Digitruck". Zack Uidl returns with the second half of his article, called the "Guide To Becoming A Great Studio/Session Musician, Part 2". Guitarist Mike Campese is here with "Three Octave Arpeggios". Nick Kellie has got some great ideas in his article "Linking Scales With Chords". Scott Allen contributes the next article in his arpeggios series, "Touring the Arps, Part 3". Lance Trebesch shines a light on the blogesphere with his column entitled "20 Steps to Creating a Successful Blog For Your Band, Part 1". Finally, indie marketing and promotions expert Tim Sweeney returns with "Building A Community Of Fans".
February updates include a new interview with guitarist Michael Knight.
This edition we've selected four more of the most outstanding artists from the eleven years of the Undiscovered series profiles - it's called The Rediscovered. Think of it as the best of the best of The Undiscovered artists - another chance to check in with guitar oriented musicians and bands you may have missed the first time around.
Guitar Nine has added another 22 new instrumental guitar CDs to the site in the past two months. This brings the total number of instrumental guitar CDs available to 1895!
CDs are now online and shipping for Theodore Ziras, Holding Pattern, Keith Andrew, Robert R. Rodrigo, Nick Kellie Band, Canvas Solaris, Morglbl, Sean Malone, Vega, Dan Sistos, Marcelo Aedo, Joel Hoekstra, Todd Grubbs, Curtis, Gerald Gradwohl, Mike Miller, The Jeff Beck Tribute, Ahmad Mansour, Be-Bop Guitars, Terri England, Linstead/Gunn and The Led Zeppelin Salute.
With the blend of the world's best Independent Artists along with our Distributed Artists Series, Guitar Nine aims to provide one-stop shopping for instrumental guitar enthusiasts.
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Guitar-oriented, concert DVDs recently added include titles by Santana, Eric Clapton, Buckethead and Michael Angelo Batio, among others.
Browse over 250 titles in the area of guitar instruction, including recently added DVD titles by Johnny A., Joe Pass and Allan Holdsworth.
The latest and greatest additions to the Guitar Nine sister site, Guitar Music 9, include:
There are now 552 guitar-oriented vocal titles available, with MP3 samples provided for previewing each artist.
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