The Lap Steel Guitar is gaining popularity and crossing musical borders from it's traditional stomping grounds in folk, blues, and country music into rock and popular music. In this 140 page eBook, you'll learn the basics of the C6 lap steel (incl. music theory and reading tabs), work your way through chords and scales, and learn six example pieces. Includes MP3 audio for even easier learning.
Why do professional recordings sound "bigger than life"? Are there special microphones and secret techniques? Or is it somehow the magic of the "big studio"?
Learn how to improve your tracks (without spending big bucks on gear) with "Pro Techniques For Home Recording". This eBook covers every step in home music production from setup to mixing and mastering. Complete with audio examples.
This book is both a method and resource for guitar players of all styles and experience levels, from rock to blues to heavy metal. It is as much for beginners as for intermediate players who are "stuck in a rut"; that dreaded feeling when you pick up the guitar and play the same old licks and riffs. It is "music theory for guitarists", with many fresh perspectives to invigorate your playing.
The Charlie Christian Method For Jazz Guitar Improvisation provides guitarists with the perfect way to begin learning to improvise in the jazz style. Charlie Christian was the first electric guitar soloist, and remains one of the most influential guitarists of all time. Readers will learn the how to solo over chord changes using the author's 'chord tone diagram' concept. Intermediate players & up.