The October-November edition is now online!
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This edition's guest columnists are writing on topics such as tonality, theory in composition and expanding guitar solos. We've got six contributed articles altogether - five have been written by regular contributing columnists and one written by new columnist Tim Mavers-Chance.
Andy Martin is back with his column "Tonality, Part 1". Mike Campese also returns with an article entitled "Outside Lines". Joining us for the first time is photojournalist Tim Mavers-Chance with "Andy James: The Beginning, The Regrets, The Future". Finally, guitarist Tommaso Zillio contributes three more well-prepared articles, "Is It Possible To Compose Without Knowing Music Theory?", "Expanding On A Guitar Solo Using Arpeggio Superimposition" and "Is Music Theory The Same For All Instruments?".
Enjoy a blast from the past with a classic column from the Guitar Nine archives, Dan McAvinchey's "Who Sells Your Record?".
Our retrospective series is entitled "Guitar Nine's Attic", which in this issue takes a look back at Guitar Nine's most popular site visitor polls over the past 23 years.
Tommaso Zillio - "Is It Possible To Compose Without Knowing Music Theory?"
Mike Campese - "Outside Lines"
Tommaso Zillio - "Expanding On A Guitar Solo Using Arpeggio Superimposition"
Tim Mavers-Chance - "Andy James: The Beginning, The Regrets, The Future"
Andy Martin - "Tonality, Part 1"
Tommaso Zillio - "Is Music Theory The Same For All Instruments?"
Dan McAvinchey - "Who Sells Your Record?"
Guitar Nine's Attic: Top Site Visitor Polls
The October update includes a new interview with guitarist Lorne Hind.
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