The June-July edition is now online!
Please note, Sunday, June 10, 2012 will be the final day for CD and DVD sales through Guitar Nine. Please plan your final orders accordingly. Thank you for all your support for physical CD and DVD sales over the past 16 years!
Now, over 1100 instrumental guitarists, guitar-oriented guitarists and guitar-heavy bands are selling downloads through Apple's iTunes site. Every click-through supports the work done on this site!
Old-school? The last remaining CDs: you have 10 days!
Note from Guitar Nine's Dan McAvinchey, "I've been meeting people and forming relationships for over 40 years. Networking tools such as LinkedIn have only been around for a fraction of that time. If we know each other, or we've had a relationship going for a long time as a musician, customer or fan of the site (or should have a new one), let's establish a connection, and a build a bridge to the future."
This edition's guest columnists offer scale ideas, guitar adjustment tips and ideas for improving your practice sessions directly to your web browser. We've got eight fresh columns altogether - all written by returning columnists.
Mike Campese completes his series with his new technique column entitled "Sweeping Arpeggio Shapes Wrapup". Tom Hess returns with "How To Record Your Guitar Playing". Neal Nagaoka is back with your amazing guitar videos in "Neal's Terrifying Young Guns: 8th Edition". Guitarist Jamie Andreas returns after a break with her article "Practicing One Thing Is Practicing Everything". Marketing expert Christopher Knab returns with "Adapt... Or Don't". Guitarist Michael Knight continues his scales series with "Exotic Scales: Diminished Scale". Tim Sweeney offers more social networking advice with "Live Show Facebook Strategy". Finally, Rick Mariner has contributed "How To Straighten A Guitar Neck With An Adjustable Truss Rod".
The June update includes a new interview with Italian guitar player Gianni "Jana" Rojatti.
We shine our spotlight on 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.
The lastest CDs added - final opportunity to purchase.
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