Now you can travel the globe with your fingertips -- through many unique guitar scales from around the world. Unusual Guitar Scales From Around The World Volume 2 provides an entertaining look at unusual exotic scale sounds that you may not have played before.
Written for both beginners and more experienced players, Essential Skills for the Guitarist presents a set of core techniques every guitarist needs to know to play in almost any musical situation. For anyone who’s been playing guitar for a while but find themselves stuck and unsure of how to put it all together, this book is for you.
Master the two most important chords (tonic and dominant) and the related arpeggios and scales, all in a musical context.
The 60 second sequence is easy to memorise and will give you the most benefit in the shortest possible time.
Playing scales on one string is the quickest way to develop your melody playing and expression on the guitar. You will also learn to change positions on the guitar confidently and musically.
This book is suitable for electric and acoustic guitar.
This manual will provide step by step instruction to guide you to figure out what your needs are for a custom built guitar on a budget. Where to find the parts, how to do the work and more.
I will build a custom SG in my shop. Change the scale on the guitar. Modify the neck to fit, wire it, install pickups and more. I will also give tips and pointers as I do the build and fully photograph it.
The Guitar Fretwork Compendium Part III - Music Theory Fundamentals introduces the guitarist to intervals, ear training, spelling chords, chord inversions, and harmonized scales. These concepts are the basic foundation for all music and will greatly aid the guitarist when learning any style.
'Diatonic modes for guitar' provides a simple, practical method for learning the modes of the major scale on the guitar or bass. Learn to play the modes on all parts of the fret board with the comprehensive scale patterns provided with a colour coding system to aid your learning of the interval patterns in each mode. The chords (harmony) that the modes are most compatible with are explained.