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Music Through The Ages In 2 Volumes

Author : Peter Batchelar
ISBN : 1860967418
Genre : Guitar
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Time Pieces for Guitar is a two-volume anthology of well-crafted and idiomatic arrangements of music from the 13th century to the present day. The pieces are presented chronologically within each volume and include the year in which they were written, so you get a sense of the different styles of music through time.

The Smart Guitar Book

Author : Ian Visser
ISBN : 9781466957688
Genre : Music
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This is the 1st book design that allows the guitarist to interact with it. The sliding inner sleeves allow for quick & accurate key calculations, as well as where to play scales and also understand the uniqueness of the guitar fretboard.

Guitarist S Picture Chords Book

Author : Happy Traum
ISBN : 0860012050
Genre : Chords (Music)
File Size : 80. 53 MB
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Basic Pro Tools For Guitarists

Author : Richard J. McIlvery
ISBN : 0739071904
Genre : Music
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Provides information on creating professional-sounding recordings of guitar music using Pro Tools.

The Guitarist S Palette

Author : Joe Baer Magnant
ISBN : 1530715458
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Designed as a complete method, a study philosophy, a practice log, and an encyclopedia, The Guitarist's Palette explores the seven diatonic modes and their relationship to the fretboard. Using a four-step practice method, you'll be guided by a simple single-string major scale through seven six-string scale forms and advanced superimpositions. Rather than focusing on visual representations alone, ear training-based exercises teach the relationships between scales, chord tones, and tensions. "It is important to remember that The Guitarist's Palette contains knowledge that you can apply to music in general, rather than specific dialects of particular genres. Because of this universality, there are no style-specific lessons. Instead, the book thoroughly maps out the different tones (or colors) on the fretboard in a harmonic context. These approaches can then be modified using melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic ideas. This method could be utilized just as effectively by a speed metal shredder, a harmonically daring jazz improviser, or a note-efficient folky." - Page 10 Guitarists using the book should already be familiar with modes, intervals, basic chords, and seventh chords. The Guitarist's Palette can be used as a self-teaching guide or as a method book for instructors.

The Guitarist S Big Black Book

Author : Best Music Stuff
ISBN : 0692785639
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Punk Guitar Styles

Author : Tobias Hurwitz
ISBN : 0739002287
Genre : Music
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Licks in every substyle of punk including the New York scene, the LA scene, the London scene, thrash and grunge, with detailed information about important artists and their contributions. All licks are shown in standard music notation and TAB and demonstrated on the CD.

The Infinite Guitar

Author : Chris Juergensen
ISBN : 9781411690073
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The Classical Book

Author : Richard Wright
ISBN : 0786643935
Genre : Music
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Together with The Baroque Book (97479), this book was compiled as part of an educational series implementing an innovative teaching concept developed by the UK branch of the European Guitar Teachers Association. This volume contains intermediate level classic guitar solos from the early 19th Century, including works by Aguado, Carcassi, Carulli, Coste, Diabelli, Giuliani, Molino, and Sor. The progressively arranged pieces are divided into three categories: 1) pieces that do not contain left-hand slurs or barres and do not go higher than the fifth position, 2) pieces that include half barres, single grace notes, and other examples of the left-hand slur, and 3) pieces that include full barres along with multiple grace notes. Higher positions are required with greater frequency in the latter two sections. Overall, this anthology provides great sight reading practice at an intermediate level, along with ample historical and biographical notes.

Music Theory You Can Use

Author : Steve Maase
ISBN : 1684016290
Genre : Music
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To those of us who love the guitar, music theory can seem somehow out of reach. It's a thing that some guitarists seem to just 'get,' and that others can't seem to get their heads around at all. Well, not anymore... This may be the first time you've heard his name, however Steve Maase has been a guitar legend in Albuquerque, New Mexico since the 1960's. He passed away on October 1, 2016, the morning after he finished writing this book. To those who knew him, Steve was arguably one of the most gifted and under-heard guitarists of his generation. But he is most remembered as a teacher who genuinely cared about his students. Steve gave nearly a hundred guitar lessons a week for more than 50 years and changed many of his students' lives in the process.

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