Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

Displaying 799 - 840 of 1189

Enjoy over 24 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

June-July 2005

Mike Campese demonstrates that you can get many unique sounds out of just one scale.

June-July 2005

A whole lot of great information about how to get new uses out of the pentatonic scale.

June-July 2005

When to crank the gain, and when to back off, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

June-July 2005

What separates those who do from those who don`t? Here`s how you can succeed where others have failed.

June-July 2005

Making an acoustic guitar sound good in the mix, part deux.

June-July 2005

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney puts a definition on all the things to which a creative musician may aspire.

June-July 2005

Music industry guru Christopher Knab presents his collection of quotes - reading them will be a college education.

June-July 2005

Can you benefit from a four-year music education? Let`s explore the options.

April-May 2005

Guitarist Jeff Lawrence talks about the many benefits of fretboard knowledge.

April-May 2005

Guitarist A-J Charron is here with his ideas on writing from the heart (not the checkbook).

April-May 2005

Now you`ve got a good recorded acoustic guitar sound, let`s make sure it sounds good in the mix.

April-May 2005

Jazz/funk/fusion guitarist John Drew guides you through the ups and downs of one representative musician`s career path.

April-May 2005

Ready to quit your day job? Get some thoughts and advice first, from one who`s done it.

April-May 2005

If you learn other peoples solos or listen to other people`s music, will it ruin your own creativity? Scott Tarulli gives his personal opinion.

April-May 2005

Mike Campese blazes through exercises from his all new CD, entitled "The New".

April-May 2005

Hess guitarist Mike Walsh has got a great use for your next spare Benjamin.

April-May 2005

Recording a live show, what can go wrong, will go wrong, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

April-May 2005

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas helps you define the role of a good guitar teacher.

April-May 2005

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney speaks to musicians about how loss of control leads to poor results and a lack of accomplishment.

April-May 2005

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab shows you how to make your bio informative, upbeat, motivational and useful.

February-March 2005

Scott Tarulli offers great suggestions on keeping your eye on your goals for self-improvement.

February-March 2005

Drew Vics stresses the importance of a good foundation.

February-March 2005

Audio mastering specialist FC Bester cuts right to the chase on what to do before sending off your project to a mastering facility.

February-March 2005

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses common mistakes artists make that limit their impact, their sales and their future.

February-March 2005

Mike Campese opens 2005 with a great workout for your pickin` hand.

February-March 2005

Hess guitarist Mike Walsh returns with an essential list of items you`ll need for your live shows.

February-March 2005

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab tests your knowledge of key public relations concepts.

February-March 2005

Interested in an aural and methodical inspiration? Let the Sultan of String show you his thematic ideas.

February-March 2005

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas believes organization is power. Soon, you will too.

February-March 2005

Hot tips on triggering kick drum samples for a great low end, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

February-March 2005

How limitation can actually be the vehicle that propells one toward their own statement of purpose.

December-January 2004

Hess guitarist Mike Walsh explains why high caliber playing is important to self-expression.

December-January 2004

Canadian guitarist David Martone has some great ideas for all your spare video footage.

December-January 2004

Let guitarist Alan Lennon take you through the basics of writing songs, starting with the fundamentals of chord progressions.

December-January 2004

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney talks about the importance of commitment.

December-January 2004

How about a career as a professional transcriber and arranger? Let`s discuss.

December-January 2004

Are you persistent? Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager gives you a heads up on dealing with 99% of music business personalities.

December-January 2004

Want to make a great impression with your music? Or would you rather wrap fish? Check out Metal Mike`s advice.

December-January 2004

You`ve had it, you know you have.

December-January 2004

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab comments on both mythological and practical keys to success.

December-January 2004

A practical approach to getting a good recorded acoustic guitar sound.

December-January 2004

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess weighs in on the debate over DIY or professional instruction.

Pages