Guitar Nine Columns: Guest Columnists

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Enjoy over 25 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

October-November 2001
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike is back with a follow up lesson to help you work the neck to squeeze more creativity out of your chording.

October-November 2001
Steve Trovato

Don`t send that master tape off to the duplicators without first checking out Steve Trovato`s final mix tips.

August-September 2001
Steve Trovato

If you`ve got what it takes, check out Steve Trovato`s thoughts on the subject.

October-November 2001
Salvatore Vecchio

An Italian guitarist is prepared to expand your chormatic awareness.

October-November 2001
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas helps you master the deceptively difficult changes in your life.

October-November 2001
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney discusses the hidden secrets of how major labels evaluate the artists they are considering signing to their rosters.

December-January 2001
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab is back with the skinny on getting noticed.

December-January 2001
Francesco Fareri

Want to double your fun? Double tracking your arpeggios may be the way to do it.

October-November 2001
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone opens up the mailbag to answer a reader question about tone.

December-January 2001
David Martone

Canadian guitarist David Martone discusses the benefits and advantages of mastering your CD.

December-January 2001
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike is back to help you coordinate your hands, while developing speed and accuracy.

December-January 2001
Will Landrum

Yet another weapon in the arsenal of techniques you can use to spice up your music.

December-January 2001
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas discusses the little discussed subject of fingering.

December-January 2001
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney opens up the mailbag to answer a question about `street marketing`.

February-March 2002
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab with tips on building the ideal music promotional kit.

February-March 2002
Francesco Fareri

Another fistful of double arpeggio ideas.

February-March 2002
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike returns with the second part of his column on coordinating your hands, while developing speed and accuracy.

February-March 2002
David Martone

You can bet your low `E` string that Canadian guitarist David Martone can improve your bottom end.

February-March 2002
Tom Hess Opus 2

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess will break you of your tendency to quit.

February-March 2002
Miguel Mega

You need to get `out` more, well, at least your playing does.

February-March 2002
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas offers the benefits of a good review program in your practice regimen.

February-March 2002
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney chips in on the makings of a great stage show.

April-May 2002
Christopher Knab

Music industry guru Christopher Knab offers observations that should be taken as wake-up calls about establishing your career.

April-May 2002
David Martone

Getting rid of those nasty sonic holes in the center of your mix, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

April-May 2002
Greigg Fraser

Canadian guitarist Greigg Fraser spills the beans on essential reading for guitar students everywhere.

April-May 2002
Steve Pappas

Fingerstylist Steve Pappas arranges a beautiful Irish ballad for guitar.

April-May 2002
Gerald Klickstein

The formulation, explanation and practical use of a new guitar tuning method.

April-May 2002
Gianluca Verrengia

How to play the same rhythm-melodic sequence on the same beat, starting on a different sixteenth each time.

April-May 2002
David Nevue

Musician and author David Nevue answers a very common question, "How can I sell more CDs on the Internet?"

April-May 2002
Scott Morris

A brand new column by Billboard Magazine Top Rated Instructor Scott Morris.

April-May 2002
Colin Mandel

A look at ways to create scales that are not taught, but invented.

April-May 2002
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike returns with some ideas on how to incorporate half-tones and other non-scale notes into your lines.

April-May 2002
Tom Hess Opus 2

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess teaches you the important aspects of a good string shake.

April-May 2002
Miguel Mega

A bunch of ways to spice up our old pal: the Dorian mode.

April-May 2002
Jamie Andreas

Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas gives great advice to both new and experienced guitar instructors.

April-May 2002
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney on handling the inevitable - rejection,

June-July 2002
Tom Hess Opus 2

Neo-classical guitarist Tom Hess shows you how to select a good guitar instructor (and how to avoid a bad one).

June-July 2002
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike returns with some fun arpeggio licks he uses in his own playing.

June-July 2002
Greg Rapaport

Greg Rapaport discusses the importance of maintaining your timing and rhythm while improvising.

June-July 2002
Joe Bochar

Joboj takes you through MIDI drums In 7222 characters or less (give or take).

June-July 2002
Shelby Williford

Guitarist Williford pushes the envelope with 4 note per string legato licks and sequences.

June-July 2002
Tim Sweeney

Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney on getting the most from your hometown fans.

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