Guitar Nine Records April-May 2006 newsletter.
Welcome to the April edition of Guitar Nine's online magazine. We're juiced about all the new music we've added over the past two months, as well as some of the anxiously awaited compilations, reissues and international releases now available. We've added an amazing 51 titles to the site, including instrumental CDs by Germano Seggio, Hpcrazy, The Balls, Frank Gambale, Andre Tonelli, Niels Vejlyt, Coste Apetrea, Dave LaRue, Ino Kang, Joe Satriani, Michael Orlando, Tony MacAlpine, Vinnie Moore, Larry Carlton, Nickos Kapilidis & The Jazz Utopia, Jill Yan, Jimmy Mac, Cornelissen/Vollink, Hightower, Next Order, Freddie Fox, DC Slater, Micheal Skinner, Rippingtons, Robert Sabin, Jon Beedle, Steve Khan, Rez, John Raptis, Andrew Roudny, Whiteful Jazz Quartet, Kada Ad Libitum, D Sound, Mindflowers, Bob Savage, Andre Kunz, Daniel Ward, Roger Matura, Alien Guitar Abduction, Allen Robot Van Wert, Hands On Strings, Stephan Bormann Band, Michel Sajrawy, Dagobert Bohm, Dago, James Hogan, Cinematik, Chambers/Berlin/Fiuczynski and Christopher Dean. You can now listen to and order 1850 instrumental releases by 1049 different artists. Visit the Instrumental Guitar Showcase to browse and listen to all of these dynamic recordings, or check out our recommendations page. If you've released an instrumental project, get all the details about merchandising through Guitar Nine, and decide if it's right for your music (if you've released a guitar-oriented CD with vocals, click here).
Danny Jones is back with licks that will help you break the scale pattern syndrome.
UK guitarist Alan Williamson shows you how to use more fingers, tones and frets in your licks.
Can you deliver interesting and musical solos? Do it by looking for ways to add more variety.
Mike Campese serves up a blended scale you can use to set your music apart from the ordinary.
Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas with an insightful answer to a common question.
G9er Will Landrum is back with more ways to use the beloved arpreggio.
Motivation. Where did it go? Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney can help you reconnect with your passion.
Here`s how to spark the inspirational flame, and reignite your inner fire.
Music industry consultant Christopher Knab discusses what can happen if you get the industry`s attention.
Strategies that successful independent artists use day in and day out to profit from their passion for music.
Canadian guitarist David Martone talks about easy drum sound replacement.
I just love instrumental guitar music. There is something great about hearing somebody write music that will keep people`s interest without having the vocal to rely on.