Guitar Nine Columns: Guitar Technique

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

April-May 2002

Fingerstylist Steve Pappas arranges a beautiful Irish ballad for guitar.

April-May 2002

The formulation, explanation and practical use of a new guitar tuning method.

April-May 2002

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas gives great advice to both new and experienced guitar instructors.

April-May 2002

Canadian guitarist Greigg Fraser spills the beans on essential reading for guitar students everywhere.

April-May 2002

Mike returns with some ideas on how to incorporate half-tones and other non-scale notes into your lines.

April-May 2002

How to play the same rhythm-melodic sequence on the same beat, starting on a different sixteenth each time.

April-May 2002

A look at ways to create scales that are not taught, but invented.

April-May 2002

A brand new column by Billboard Magazine Top Rated Instructor Scott Morris.

February-March 2002

Mike returns with the second part of his column on coordinating your hands, while developing speed and accuracy.

February-March 2002

You need to get `out` more, well, at least your playing does.

February-March 2002

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas offers the benefits of a good review program in your practice regimen.

February-March 2002

Another fistful of double arpeggio ideas.

December-January 2001

Yet another weapon in the arsenal of techniques you can use to spice up your music.

December-January 2001

Mike is back to help you coordinate your hands, while developing speed and accuracy.

December-January 2001

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas discusses the little discussed subject of fingering.

December-January 2001

Want to double your fun? Double tracking your arpeggios may be the way to do it.

October-November 2001

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas helps you master the deceptively difficult changes in your life.

October-November 2001

Mike is back with a follow up lesson to help you work the neck to squeeze more creativity out of your chording.

October-November 2001

An Italian guitarist is prepared to expand your chormatic awareness.

August-September 2001

Germany`s Rolf Munkes brings us a workshop which delves into the essential elements of his guitar style.

August-September 2001

Colin Mandel is back with the third and final installment of his odd meter trilogy.

August-September 2001

Mike is back to teach you to work the neck to squeeze more creativity out of your chording.

June-July 2001

Guitarist Gianluca Piersanti returns with an arpeggiated inspiration from Beethoven.

June-July 2001

Great scalar ideas from an award winning guitarist.

June-July 2001

Here`s a new way to use your aural abilities to improve your playing.

June-July 2001

Germany`s Martin Behr is back with a lesson on chord tapping with an example from his first CD

June-July 2001

Taking a violin caprice to the six-string.

June-July 2001

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas is back with his method for acheiving fast, accurate playing.

April-May 2001

Germany`s Martin Behr has made a career out of versatility and he`s willing to share his secrets with you.

April-May 2001

Swedish guitarist Sebastian Kalamajski takes his memorization ideas to the next level.

April-May 2001

Ben Sherman offers time-tested advice on learning the ins and outs of modes.

April-May 2001

Guitarist Gianluca Piersanti preaches a serious focus on phrasing.

April-May 2001

How to add a really cool twist to your playing.

April-May 2001

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas is back with information for the practicing guitarist who wants to see real results.

April-May 2001

Italian guitar player Francesco Fareri adds more embellishments to his arpeggiated lines.

April-May 2001

Break out of those ol` common scales with Mr. Hughes.

February-March 2001

Guitarist Garrett Smith serves up a classical prelude for two electic guitars.

February-March 2001

A classical sounding etude designed to enhance the chops of any serious player.

February-March 2001

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas gives you insight into the challenges of improving as a player.

February-March 2001

Italian guitar player Francesco Fareri suggests several different ways to link arpeggiated lines.

February-March 2001

Kevin Ferguson, devotee of uncommon sounds and intervals, reveals how you can explore this area with your own playing.

February-March 2001

Swedish guitarist Sebastian Kalamajski will help you strengthen the mind/fingers connection.

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