- Publisher: Music Sales
- Format: Paperback | 128 pages
- Dimensions: 226mm x 298mm x 10mm | 440g
- Publication date: 1 June 2002
- Publication City/Country: London, England
- ISBN 10: 082561936X
- ISBN 13: 9780825619366
- Edition statement: Omnibus.
- Sales rank: 64,056
(Music Sales America). All three books of The Complete Guitar Player series are published in this single volume at a substantial savings over the price of the individual books.
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By Enzo Short 16 Feb 2010
I'm bringing down the rating average because the music in this book has no proper music notation. There are few little scores with proper notation, but why did the author bother?
Anyone who doesn't learn music notation, as well as looking at their hands most of the time while playing, and as well as just strumming, is just plain lazy. The author is also just plain lazy for not providing proper music notation.
The book will best serve the serious (and experienced) guitarist by providing him with material (incl. the CD) to practice writing proper music notation for the pieces (that the author should have done), which is what I intend doing after doing ear training.
Classical and acoustic guitarists, stay away from this book unless you intend doing what I've just said I would.