Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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

June-July 2004

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

June-July 2004

Let the Sultan of String explain the finer points of the Yona Nuki and In scales.

June-July 2004

Small-handed Chris Juergensen shows you how to stretch to achieve great harmonic choices in chords.

June-July 2004

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess discusses the motivations of a true artist.

June-July 2004

Hess guitarist Mike Walsh will help you become a better musician with his keys to success.

June-July 2004

Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager discusses the (dis)function of a music critic.

April-May 2004

Audio mastering specialist FC Bester joins us for an introduction to this often misunderstood subject.

April-May 2004

Tom Hess is back with a second installment on how creativity can be enhanced to improve songwriting and improvisation.

April-May 2004

A road map for getting from song conception to the big mix, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

April-May 2004

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses the importance of connecting with your audience.

April-May 2004

Music industry guru Christopher Knab teaches you the proper form for a press release geared towards movers and shakers in the music industry.

April-May 2004

Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager discusses the role of marketing in an independent artist`s strategic toolkit.

April-May 2004

How picky is too picky when recording your music; an opinon by Peter Stankov.

April-May 2004

Creating a fuller, chock full o` tone sound with double-tracking. Play it again, Randy.

April-May 2004

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

April-May 2004

Let the Sultan of String take you on the exotic scale ride of your life.

February-March 2004

Useful tips on miking up a full drum kit, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

February-March 2004

Dan Lambert with a story about gigging abroad.

February-March 2004

Music industry guru Christopher Knab provides a basic outline to the key parts of a recording contract.

February-March 2004

Tom Hess discusses how creativity can be enhanced and stimulated to improve songwriting and improvisation.

February-March 2004

Bryon Thompson on discovering new ways of writing stronger and more original material.

February-March 2004

Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager talks about the difficulties facing a small time touring band.

February-March 2004

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses how to get the most from your Internet presence.

February-March 2004

Mike Campese shifts into high gear with these high tech shred licks.

December-January 2003

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses the biggest mistake bands using e-mail.

December-January 2003

Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager talks about the concept of the iconic guitar figure who influences the way we play.

December-January 2003

Michael Knight looks at the elements of composition as they relate to the guitar solo.

December-January 2003

Mike Campese is back with powerful compositional tool (and a play out of Satriani`s playbook).

December-January 2003

Tom Hess is back with the twenty concepts you need... and the five things to forget.

December-January 2003

Insider tips on selecting a useful mic, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

December-January 2003

The Mutant Guitar series would be void and incomplete without mention of Emmett Chapman and his creation.

December-January 2003

Greg Brown talks about tapping into the power of visualization.

December-January 2003

How do you write something fast, expressive and musical? Randy Ellefson is here with some tips.

December-January 2003

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas answers the burning question.

December-January 2003

Music industry guru Christopher Knab has practical advice on selecting the right entertainment attorney.

October-November 2003

Tom Hess takes an original approach to the subject of originality in music.

October-November 2003

Recording by mail can save thousands in travel costs, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

October-November 2003

Ever wanted to put together your own home studio? It`s a lot easier and cheaper than you might imagine.

October-November 2003

Joy Basu discusses getting pop gigs and what to expect during the auditions.

October-November 2003

Steve Booke talks about how to use breathing to provide yourself with the necessary energy to play your more physically demanding licks.

October-November 2003

Guitarist Neil Brocklebank`s logistics manager has some advice for you if you stubbornly intend to pursue a life-style fully supported by that original material only you believe in.

October-November 2003

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses why your home city is one of the most critical to your success.

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