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Guitar Starter Kit
Boxed Set: 3 Books, 2 CD's, 1 Video
For acoustic or electric guitar, this package is designed for the beginner with no previous experience. If you (or someone you know) finally received that guitar. . . this covers everything the beginner needs to know, all the way through the first book of the Hal Leonard guitar method. The chord finder book contains over 1,000 chords. Both the Pop Melodies book as well as the Guitar Method book also contain CD's.
A beginning level book, but designed for the serious student. Used at the Berklee College of Music guitar program.
Vols. I and II
by Sid Jacobs
Master Class. Designed from Musicians Institute (Southern California's renowned music school) elective courses, this comprehensive method will help you develop your solo skills. Covers: common jazz phrases; applying scales and arpeggios; guide tones, non-chordal tones, and fourths; much more. The CD features 99 full demonstration tracks. Includes tab.
Here are some of the greatest country blues solos of all time, taught in phrase-by-phrase detail. Rory Block, one of the most knowledgeable and talented exponents of this style performs and breaks down these fingerstyle pieces by Willie Moore, Blind Willie McTell, Tommy Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt, Skip James and others.
Learn metal guitar the best way - by playing music!
- Newly Revised -
This intense metal method teaches you the elements of lead guitar technique with an easy to understand approach. The heavy metal concepts, theory, and musical principals are all applied to real metal licks, runs and full compositions.
by Richard Daniels
by Richard Daniels
This comprehensive book focuses on intermediate and advanced concepts for rock guitar. Topics include: assimilation of classical elements into blues/rock genres - scalar and modal theory - guitar electronics and construction - and much more. 190 Pages.
Transcriptions of Classics Arranged For Rock And Metal Guitarists
This book provides notes, tab and fingerings to classics by Bach, Mozart, Paganini, Vivaldi, and more! The recordings present fresh interpretations of each piece in the book, complete with explanations and playing tips on the following techniques: Tapping - String Skipping - Position Shifting - Alternate Picking - Hybrid Picking - Sweep Picking - Pedal Points.
The most thorough blues guitar book yet. Over 35 blues tunes covering electric and rock blues, folk, fingerpicking and bottleneck blues, B.B. King and Chuck Berry styles, jazzy blues and more. Plus positions, scales chords, discographies and an overview of styles from Robert Johnson to George Benson. Written in music tablature with chord grids. 42 minute audio accompaniment.
1942 - 1982
The definitive blues collection! Over 150 pages spanning 40 years of blues history with techniques of the greatest blues guitarists of all time, including T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Elmore James, B.B. King, Otis Rush, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and many more. Includes instruction and musical examples - an essential volume for any student of the blues.
by Dan Crary
This is the instruction/method book for flatpicking written by Dan Crary, one of the top three flatpickers in the United States. This is a long-awaited book for Crary fans, as it is the first book he has written on the subject. This book teaches how to play accompaniments, cross-picking, how to play lick strums. Examples in the book are explained on the accompanying CD by Crary himself. The cassette also allows the player to play along with the songs included in the book.
by Ron Middlebrook
A comprehensive study of chords - normal and extended - tunings, keys, transposing, and capo. Includes informative and clear photos, diagrams, and instructions, and addresses the questions: Are there really thousands of guitar chords? - Which chords are important to the beginner? - Must you learn all the different ways to play a C chord? - If a song seems too difficult to play, can you make it easier by changing the key? - Is a capo worth the trouble? -- and more!
by Josquin des Pres
The purpose of this book is to provide the guitar player with a wide variety of finger exercises to develop the technique necessary to succeed in today's music scene. These exercises are designed to help increase speed, improve dexterity, develop accuracy and promote finger independence. The exercises cover a wide range of technical requirements to help beginners through experienced pros.
The School Of Chuck Wayne
Here at last is the long awaited, definitive jazz guitar scale method by Chuck Wayne. With a career that includes recordings with Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Woody Herman, George Shearing, and Tony Bennett, Chuck Wayne's approach to the guitar and improvisation has paved the way for a generation of guitarists.
By William Leavitt
A comprehensive collection of studies for improving sight reading and technical ability. Includes scales, arpeggios, written-out chords, and a variety of rhythms and time signatures. Positions 1 through 7 are covered in all keys.
By William Leavitt
For the guitarist who wants to improve sight reading ability in positions 8 through 12, 112 pages of progressive studies written especially for the guitar, in all keys, and consisting of scales, arpeggios, intervals, and notated chords in various time signatures. A special section of multi-position studies is included.
By Ron Middlebrook
This book/CD pack features 31 lessons for rhythm guitar that you can play by yourself, in a band, or as a back-up musician. Includes full band examples in many musical styles, including basic rock, country, hard rock, heavy metal, reggae, blues, funk, and more.
By Frank Gambale
Photos and Diagrams
Begins with helpful notes on how to use the book, how to choose the best voicings and how to construct chords. Extensive, 272-page source for all playing styles and levels features five easy-to-play voicings of 44 chord qualities for each of the twelve musical keys - 2,640 chords in all. For each, there is a clearly illustrated chord frame, as well as an actual photo of the chord being played. Includes info on basic fingering principles, open chords and barre chords, partial chords and broken-set forms, and more.
By Kenny Sultan
This book/CD pack allows you to explore the styles of Lightnin' Hopkins, Blind Blake, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Boy Fuller, and Big Bill Broonzy. Through Sultan's arrangements, you will learn how studying the masters can help you develop your own style.
A Study of Great Horn Solos Arranged For Guitar
Jazz horn players are some of the best improvisers ever. Now guitarists can learn their tricks! This book features 12 solos (progressing in difficulty) from jazz saxophonists and trumpeters transcribed in easy-to-read guitar tab. The CD features each solo played twice, at slow and regular tempo.
by John Tapella
This comprehensive blues book features information on rhythm patterns, fingerpicking patterns, double stops, licks in A, D, E, and G, and more. The accompanying CD features several compositions and all examples in the book played by John Tapella.
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