Guitar Fretboard WorkbookPaperback Musicians Institute: Essential Concepts
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- Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
- Format: Paperback | 80 pages
- Dimensions: 224mm x 302mm x 8mm | 300g
- Publication date: 2 October 2003
- Publication City/Country: Milwaukee
- ISBN 10: 0634049011
- ISBN 13: 9780634049019
- Edition statement: Workbook
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 17,368
Navigate the guitar neck better than ever before with this easy-to-use book! Designed from Musicians Institute core curriculum programs, it covers essential concepts for players of every level, acoustic or electric. A hands-on guide to theory, it will help you learn to build any scale or chord on your own and unleash creativity. No music reading is required.
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By CrazyIvan 07 Apr 2012
Actually this book has a lot of practical "juice". Theory that would you actually use, not entagled things. Scales, Note names&positions, Arpeggios, Chords all of the things you will apply in your playing.
I think you should give it a try and also check out the other Barett Tagliarino's books. They are also good as I 've seen in Reviews.
By Mohammad Azad 06 Feb 2011
I've been playing the guitar on and off for a couple of years... Though I know my basic chords and a few scales I've never truly bothered to delve deeper into the more theoretical parts of the guitar. So far I've figured out and have almost completely memorized every note on the fretboard because of this book. This book takes a very rudimentary approach that works.