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Articles by Trent Salter

Is Print Dying?

March 11, 2008
In an ever-changing, continually progressing digital world filled with various forms of multimedia marketing, some seem to believe that the role of print continues to be in question. In a
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The Show Must Go On!

February 8, 2008
In nearly 30 years of playing live shows, I’ve witnessed a variety of uncontrollable circumstances that have prevented the band from making it to the stage. There’s been everything from
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Dream it, Live it and Pass it On

January 10, 2008
The older I get, the more I realize that experiencing the guitar at an early age should be an opportunity that everyone shares. I believe that if every person in
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Our Premier Audience

December 12, 2007
It has been said that you can often assess one’s character by the company they keep. I certainly agree with that – the secret of Premier Guitar’s success lies in
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The Digital Revolution

November 12, 2007
It has been an ongoing debate – as well as the basis for many strong opinions – as our industry continues to embrace the technological advances of the digital revolution.
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Share the Passion

October 10, 2007
When it comes to tone there is really no replacement for visceral experiences. Touch it, hear it, feel it and often times, smell it! Getting up close and personal in
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September 10, 2007
Drop your linen and start your grinning; it is truly time to tone up and throw down, festival style! The Premier Guitar Festival – Boston takes over September 15th and
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SPG Guitars Vintage TL Chambered Guitar

August 8, 2007
SPG mixes traditional looks with cutting edge electronics.
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How We Doing?

August 8, 2007
A wise man once told me that when it comes to building your business and addressing your customers, you have one mouth and two ears, therefore you should listen twice
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An Evolving Marketplace

July 11, 2007
Guitar and Gear: Helping You Get What You Want
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