Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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April-May 2006

Motivation. Where did it go? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney can help you reconnect with your passion.

February-March 2006

No time to market or promote your music? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney can help you turn this negative into a positive.

February-March 2006

Jason Parker tells you what to expect and how to get a foot in the door.

February-March 2006

Guitarist Toshi Iseda reminds musicians that live shows should also be an engaging entertainment experience.

February-March 2006

Will Landrum shows you how to inject your own personal timing and inflections into your playing while staying in groove with the real timing of the music.

February-March 2006

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab sounds his beginning-of-the-year wake-up call to financial planning.

February-March 2006

Mike Campese offers an unusual technique that can yield some surprisingly cool results.

February-March 2006

Developing riffs and melodies into complete, interesting and listenable pieces of music.

February-March 2006

Adding tremendous color and personality to your music through the use of rhythm.

February-March 2006

Danny Jones is back with blues licks featuring dynamic double stops.

February-March 2006

Annihilate your tendencies to rely on reflexes, and use the force instead.

February-March 2006

Getting it done? Or wishing you had? Maybe it`s not too late to make your future.

February-March 2006

You`re all doing this, right? No? Maybe it`s time to get your tracks slamming, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

February-March 2006

Need more ways to make a simple melody more interesting? Let the Sultan of String show you how.

February-March 2006

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas explores the relationship between musical expression and technique.

February-March 2006

Times are perfect for releasing your own CD and this article will give you some planning and recording ideas.

December-January 2005

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab talks about arguably the most important aspect of a music artist`s career.

December-January 2005

Are you losing thousands by not knowing more about your fans? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney gives some real world examples.

December-January 2005

How will you achieve what you really want (goals) without knowing why you want them, and how you will get there (plans)? Let`s discuss.

December-January 2005

Neil Haverstick reflects on a long and interesting relationship with the instrument to which he has dedicated his entire career.

December-January 2005

A few ideas that will help make up the next great guitar solo.

December-January 2005

Guitarist Tom Ball discusses the simple question: Who made the first solo guitar recordings, and when? Check it out.

December-January 2005

Guitarist Randy Ellefson introduces two basic ideas in counterpoint: oblique motion and contrary motion.

December-January 2005

Scare your audience (or even make someone hurl) with this ascending (yet descending) pattern.

December-January 2005

Here are Mike`s sweep picking techniques applied to a revered classical caprice.

December-January 2005

Give your listeners a little bit more by throwing in an unexpected time change.

December-January 2005

Danny Jones is back with blues licks taken from his recorded solos.

December-January 2005

Get ready for the latest in on-line guitar lessons, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

December-January 2005

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas helps you get beyond "moving fingers" to actually "making music".

December-January 2005

If you think a Slash Chord is only found on a Guns `n` Roses album, you really need this article.

October-November 2005

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab offers up a sample publicity plan you can use to formulate your own strategy.

October-November 2005

Selling CDs not as easy as mailing them out to stores and sites? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney enlightens you on what else you can do to generate sales.

October-November 2005

Tips on adjusting your thinking and broadening your style to expand your audience.

October-November 2005

Hess guitarist Mike Walsh offers great tips for accurate self expression.

October-November 2005

Where can a music lover currently find diversity in music programming? The answer may surprise you.

October-November 2005

A look at ornamenting interval riffs with melody fragments.

October-November 2005

Want to break out of the blues rut? Danny Jones offers some great starting points.

October-November 2005

Get out your brooms and... no wait, check that - here are Mike`s hottest sweep picking techniques.

October-November 2005

Using your feet to get great sounding tracks, presented by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

October-November 2005

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess helps you to identify those inevitable weak areas in your playing.

October-November 2005

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas shows how to do both, and most importantly, how to combine them into one activity.

August-September 2005

Yes, it is possible to have recordings that sell in great enough number to be a successful instrumentalist.

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