Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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December-January 2014

Reach your full potential and become part of the small percentage of highly successful guitar teachers.

December-January 2014

To make your lead guitar playing sound great, you must understand how to play every single note in your licks with as much expression as possible.

December-January 2014

Mike Campese gives you a nice sweep picking arpeggio workout using the chord progression from Pachelbel`s Canon in D.

December-January 2014

Do you feel like you are at a dead end with your guitar playing? Here are five killer ways that will totally change the way you play your acoustic guitar from now on,

December-January 2014

Helping guitar teachers understand the psychology behind achieving success in their guitar teaching businesses.

December-January 2014

Dealing with blues songs featuring incredibly complicated chord changes can be easier than you think.

December-January 2014

The key to playing killer guitar phrases is focusing on how you play - not necessarily which notes you use.

October-November 2014

Tom Hess` explores creative possibilities with the low B string.

October-November 2014

Music industry guru Christopher Knab offers three tips to help you promote your career, and enhance your chances of being offered opportunities.

October-November 2014

Before you take another lesson, here are the seven things that your guitar teacher has never told you (that you need to know).

October-November 2014

How to breathe new life in your licks and prepare for real-life playing at the same time.

October-November 2014

You`re going to like having the ability to write guitar solos that are highly melodic, expressive, and passionate.

October-November 2014

Mike Campese touches on a more modern approach, incorporating different types of patterns into odd-numbered lines.

October-November 2014

There is no doubt that having a major following of fans for your music is crucial to big and long lasting success in the music industry.

August-September 2014

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney offers up positive approaches to negative circumstances

August-September 2014

Try these cool runs which be very beneficial, get take you out of trouble.

August-September 2014

Tom Hess takes on your teaching business, helping you avoid mistakes that may be costing you big money.

August-September 2014

See how one of the least exciting concepts in music theory can actually help you create awesome licks.

August-September 2014

Tom Hess` ideas for creating massive positive change in your ability to improvise rock guitar solos.

August-September 2014

Mike Campese delivers patterns that foster some of the fastest, most accurate picking you can imagine.

August-September 2014

Music industry guru Christopher Knab talks about the money flow.

June-July 2014

Music industry guru Christopher Knab speaks about the appetite for perfection. A need to be not just good enough but great.

June-July 2014

Go ahead and `burn` your fretboard with these Major 7th arpeggios.

June-July 2014

Knowing all the notes on your fretboard is more useful and simpler than you think. Read here how.

June-July 2014

The most frequent fears possessed by most guitarists and what you must do to overcome them and reach your musical goals.

June-July 2014

Mike Campese returns with a second set of exercises to help you improve your picking, dexterity, and overall technique.

June-July 2014

Tom Hess discusses what it takes to achieve success as a pro musician.

April-May 2014

Music industry guru Christopher Knab offers simple basics on graphic considerations when designing album artwork.

April-May 2014

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney reminds us to think outside the box.

April-May 2014

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.

April-May 2014

Dominants should be the arpeggios you study first since they are used regularly in Blues/Rock progressions and songs.

April-May 2014

Mike Campese is back with exercises to help you improve your picking, dexterity, and overall technique.

April-May 2014

In order to enhance your musical expression and clearly communicate your ideas, you must understand how to think creatively when you play guitar.

April-May 2014

Tom Hess helps you to find band members with the same drive and ambition that you have.

February-March 2014

Mike Campese is back with additional ideas on how to compose - anytime, anywhere.

February-March 2014

Music industry guru Christopher Knab gives a basic introduction to your rights and other issues regarding your original songs and recordings.

February-March 2014

Tom Hess talks about how you can by use creative rhythm guitar practice methods to write your own rock and metal guitar riffs.

February-March 2014

Jean-Pierre teaches you about modes, with a small introduction and the `why` and `how` of their existence

February-March 2014

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney has advice for artists on ways to cope with the annual holiday seasons.

February-March 2014

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.

February-March 2014

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.

December-January 2013

You might think that the pentatonic scale is just an easy scale but with no depth - well, you are wrong.

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