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Pressing Musical Boundaries
RadioAirplay.com - there is nothing like getting your stuff heard and getting new fans. It costs but it works and does generate interested fans who like your music.
I`ve found Youtube to be a great platform for exposure. It`s awesome what you can do in a home studio with a GoPro, software and a few days.
I personally think that since everything is in HD today, it gets too clear sometimes, and then, the enchanted atmosphere is not there.
Mike Campese gives you a nice sweep picking arpeggio workout using the chord progression from Pachelbel`s Canon in D.
Helping guitar teachers understand the psychology behind achieving success in their guitar teaching businesses.
Dealing with blues songs featuring incredibly complicated chord changes can be easier than you think.
Reach your full potential and become part of the small percentage of highly successful guitar teachers.
The key to playing killer guitar phrases is focusing on how you play - not necessarily which notes you use.
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.
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,
Guitar Nine's October-November 2014 newsletter.
Blending His Diverse Influences
Mike Campese touches on a more modern approach, incorporating different types of patterns into odd-numbered lines.
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.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab offers three tips to help you promote your career, and enhance your chances of being offered opportunities.
Before you take another lesson, here are the seven things that your guitar teacher has never told you (that you need to know).
How to breathe new life in your licks and prepare for real-life playing at the same time.
Tom Hess` explores creative possibilities with the low B string.
You`re going to like having the ability to write guitar solos that are highly melodic, expressive, and passionate.
Rock That Hits You In The Gut
Although social media can be great to connect with fans, who knows when Facebook or Twitter will disintegrate? My advice to other musicians would be to not put all your eggs in one basket, especially if you don`t own that basket!
The upside of the democratization of music production is that anyone can create and market their own music. The downside of the democratization of music production is that anyone can create and market their own music.
Guitar Nine's August-September 2014 newsletter.
Tom Hess takes on your teaching business, helping you avoid mistakes that may be costing you big money.
Tom Hess` ideas for creating massive positive change in your ability to improvise rock guitar solos.
Music industry guru Christopher Knab talks about the money flow.
See how one of the least exciting concepts in music theory can actually help you create awesome licks.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney offers up positive approaches to negative circumstances
Try these cool runs which be very beneficial, get take you out of trouble.
Mike Campese delivers patterns that foster some of the fastest, most accurate picking you can imagine.
It is true that instrumental rock appeals to a specialized audience compared to classic rock. Last year, I formed the band Reign Over Obscurity, which is progressive metal. There are vocals in this project so it will probably reach a wider audience.
My first CD with my name on it was self-released. They recorded me for free so I would have a product out but it is a live CD, recorded in a club on a night I didn`t know I was to be recorded.