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- Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company
- Format: Paperback | 109 pages
- Dimensions: 228mm x 300mm x 8mm | 340g
- Publication date: 1 March 1985
- ISBN 10: 0898986966
- ISBN 13: 9780898986969
- Sales rank: 36,401
Ted Greene's Chord Chemistry was originally published in 1971 and has become the classic chord reference book for two generations of guitarists. Whether you are just beginning to search beyond basic barre chords or are already an advanced player looking for new sounds and ideas this is the book that will get you there. Designed to inspire creativity this book is a musical treasure chest filled with exciting new ideas and sounds.
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By Brian Connor 30 Jul 2010
Highly recommended! I've had this book for over a quarter of a century now (lost my first copy). I bought it when I first getting serious about the guitar, & started realising that there must be quite a lot of chords possible on the guitar. It's mostly jazz-oriented & fairly idiosyncratic, as well as a little bit intimidating at first (with some stretches only possible for spiderfingers), but it has a vast wealth of information which I am still delving into today. Do note that it's a source book, not a method.
Incidentally, there's quite a lot about the late, great Ted Greene on the internet, though on the basis of this book alone it's clear that there wasn't much this man didn't know about the guitar.