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Texas Shuffles To Classic Rock
The most frequent fears possessed by most guitarists and what you must do to overcome them and reach your musical goals.
Knowing all the notes on your fretboard is more useful and simpler than you think. Read here how.
Mike Campese returns with a second set of exercises to help you improve your picking, dexterity, and overall technique.
Wrapping your mind around the old "cowboy chords" but have no idea where to go from there? Here is a simple concept helping you break free and stimulating creativity.
A lot of people don`t realize that the guitar is a great melodic instrument, and can easily take the job of a singer. You can take a vocal melody, play it on a guitar and make it just as expressive or more so.
I play instrumental blues and rock. Freddie King`s instrumental records really had an impact on me. I can`t sing but those records showed me there`s still a lot you could say without vocals.
Guitar Nine's April-May 2014 newsletter.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney reminds us to think outside the box.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab offers simple basics on graphic considerations when designing album artwork.
Dominants should be the arpeggios you study first since they are used regularly in Blues/Rock progressions and songs.
In order to enhance your musical expression and clearly communicate your ideas, you must understand how to think creatively when you play guitar.
Double The Jazz Guitar Fun
Tom Hess helps you to find band members with the same drive and ambition that you have.
Mike Campese is back with exercises to help you improve your picking, dexterity, and overall technique.
A lot has been written on Blues soloing, but preciously little on creative Blues rhythm playing. Don`t get caught playing the usual three power chords.
Tom Hess talks about how you can by use creative rhythm guitar practice methods to write your own rock and metal guitar riffs.
Mike Campese is back with additional ideas on how to compose - anytime, anywhere.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney has advice for artists on ways to cope with the annual holiday seasons.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab gives a basic introduction to your rights and other issues regarding your original songs and recordings.
Guitar Nine's February-March 2014 newsletter.
An Expression Of Various Styles
An Edge Rock Instrumental Band
Delivering Memorable Instrumental Rock
Using the same guitar soloing approach as everyone else can only lead to one result: a guitar solo that has a very similar sound to nearly every other guitar solo out there.
Jean-Pierre teaches you about modes, with a small introduction and the `why` and `how` of their existence
Mike Campese is back with ideas on how to compose - anytime, anywhere.
You might think that the pentatonic scale is just an easy scale but with no depth - well, you are wrong.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab with a few words of advice to one over-exuberant, well-intentioned,would-be music industry professional.
Guitar Nine's December-January 2013 newsletter.
Cross-cultural Fusion Of Music
Perhaps you have considered taking lessons but because someone you know had a disappointing experience with a teacher, you began to doubt if lessons are worth investing your time and money.
There are four mistakes that you can fix that will drastically increase your musical creativity and help you come up with songwriting ideas much faster.
Fist-Pumping Rock & Metal
Pinpointing some very important factors that will help the student successfully go through and become a serious guitarist.