Tune your Guitar like a Pro!

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There is a huge difference between the way an amateur and a professional tunes their instrument. This book will show you the simple and quick way professionals tune up. More
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About Peter Inglis

Peter is the Principal of the Inglis Academy in Sydney, Australia, where people come to develop their literacy in art and music.

For over four decades Peter Inglis has performed music professionally in Rock, Jazz and Classical music. He performs with orchestras and with string quartets and jazz bands as well as doing solo guitar concerts. Audiences enjoy his work in venues ranging from the Sydney Opera House and the Art Gallery of N.S.W. to open air concerts in the Australian outback.

His Art workshops use accelerated learning techniques to enable beginners to paint masterworks by Van Gogh and Monet in their first lesson!

Also in Series: Inglis Academy: Keys to Guitar

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Review by: Douglas Sun on April 07, 2015 :
Learning how to tune a guitar is often one of the very first skills that a guitarist learns when taking lessons. However with the increasing use of cheap, portable chromatic, clip on tuners, perhaps thanks to our love of collecting gear to at least look the part, learning how to manually tune a guitar without extraneous devices may soon become a long lost art. Tuning your guitar this way also helps you to “get to know” your instrument on a more deeper level compared to just turning the tuning pegs until the red LED changes to green. With a little practice, following the steps in this book should allow you to keep your guitar in tune and importantly, you will have added to your skills! This excellent book shows that you don't have to be a guitar God to have your instrument at the ready.
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Review by: Merlin Speers on April 07, 2015 :
This is a book every guitar player should read! Wonderful work.
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