Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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Enjoy over 23 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

February-March 2005

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

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.

December-January 2004

Bassist and guitarist Mark Carozza lays out some of his tried and true rut-busting ideas.

December-January 2004

More ideas on how you can add a really cool twist to your playing.

December-January 2004

Kevin Ferguson, devotee of complex time signatures, reveals how you can master this area of technique.

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.

October-November 2004

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney talks about alternate ways of interpreting both positive and negative feedback.

October-November 2004

What Dan`s learned, from beginning on an instrument - to sustaining a career.

October-November 2004

Don`t try to do it all! Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager discusses the importance of a great support crew.

October-November 2004

Hess guitarist Mike Walsh can`t stress enough the importance of a music education.

October-November 2004

Instrumentalist Joe Bochar, AKA Joboj, plants tongue firmly in cheek to help you burn up the fretboard.

October-November 2004

Ivan Bertolla is here to help you move music composition outside the normal I IV V zone.

October-November 2004

Do you know them? You must know them! Check out Mike Campese`s essential scales review.

October-November 2004

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab shares his crazy, bizarre and clueless electronic correspondence.

October-November 2004

How using only two fingers creates more advanced possibilities for interval riffs.

October-November 2004

Canadian guitarist David Martone`s thoughts after a successful summer tour.

October-November 2004

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas is back with tips on a technical area that is of major concern to players

October-November 2004

Do you want to play arpeggio-like melodies with "ear-caching" tensions? Let the Sultan of String show you how.

August-September 2004

How to protect yourself when recording covers, as well as ensuring the original songwriter gets his/her due.

August-September 2004

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses ways to give your CD sales a much-needed boost.

August-September 2004

Drew Vics paraphrases the famous Nike slogan and applies it to the six string.

August-September 2004

Use this scale to yield great sounds in jazz and ragtime, through perilous horror-film mayhem, cheese-metal and progressive rock fusion.

August-September 2004

The second part of taking a well-known violin caprice to the six-string.

August-September 2004

Changing your studio around can deliver great results, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

August-September 2004

Creating a harmonic relationship between sections and adding to the sense of forward motion - Randy Ellefson is here with some great ideas.

August-September 2004

Let the Sultan of String blend, meld, mix and match scales, yielding a unique, exotic effect.

August-September 2004

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab talks about making the best CD cover for your particular style of music.

August-September 2004

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas talks about getting the most out of yourself in order to play at a higher level.

June-July 2004

Harmonic minor scale soloing and chord substitution made simple through theoretical refocusing.

June-July 2004

New and inventive ways to record the ever-elusive acoustic guitar.

June-July 2004

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney talks about the Book - your personal promotion and marketing book, that is.

June-July 2004

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab talks about how labels of various sizes work together to achieve common goals.

June-July 2004

Mike Campese again turns the tried and true triad into an improvisational treat.

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