Ear Training For The Contemporary Guitarist
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📒Ear Training For The Contemporary Guitarist ✍ Jody Fisher
✏Ear training for the contemporary guitarist Book Summary : This companion to the popular book "Theory for the Contemporary Guitarist" starts with the basics of pitch discrimination and leads you to making fine distinctions between interval types, chord types, scales and chord progressions. Everything is organized in a handy workbook format with correct answers provided for all exercises. Examples are shown in standard music notation and TAB. A CD demonstrating all the examples played on guitar is included.
📒Fretboard Knowledge For The Contemporary Guitarist ✍ Vivian Clement
✏Fretboard Knowledge for the Contemporary Guitarist Book Summary : Become a master of the entire guitar fretboard by learning simple pattern recognition techniques. Vivian Clement puts hundreds of scales, modes and chords at your fingertips, along with some new tricks for easy transposing.
📒The Complete Contemporary Guitarist ✍ Alfred Publishing Staff
✏The Complete Contemporary Guitarist Book Summary : The Complete Contemporary Guitarist is a comprehensive 396-page guide for blues, rock, and jazz players. Combining theory, ear training, fretboard knowledge, and sight-reading all under one cover, the book features easy-to-read chord and scale diagrams, plus detailed musical examples. It teaches intervals, scales, chords, and progressions using standard music notation and TAB. Drills and worksheets for self study and an ear training CD for further development are included.
📒Sight Reading For The Contemporary Guitarist ✍ Tom Dempsey
✏Sight Reading for the Contemporary Guitarist Book Summary : Using this innovative approach developed by Tom Dempsey will make sight-reading second nature. Start right away with cold-reading exercises that focus on each single string, and soon you'll explore harmonic and rhythmic patterns, multi-position reading, odd time signatures, chord charts, and more. Uniquely organized by key with fingerings for all major scales, this book explores beyond reading basic standard music notation and gives you the power to play whatever you see.
📒Theory For The Contemporary Guitarist ✍ Guy Capuzzo
✏Theory for the Contemporary Guitarist Book Summary : This is the ultimate guide to theory for blues, rock and jazz guitarists. You will start with the basics and move up to advanced concepts with this easy, step-by-step approach. There are 28 different scales and modes plus over 30 chord types with fingerings for all. Easy-to-read musical examples, chord and scale diagrams and 26 worksheets reinforce ideas. Using this book will demystify chord progressions.
📒How To Succeed As A Female Guitarist ✍ Vivian Clement
✏How to Succeed As a Female Guitarist Book Summary : Finally, we have a book written by a successful and experienced female guitarist on how to work in the male-dominated music business. How to Succeed As a Female Guitarist will guide you through the challenges and rewards that await you on the path to following your dreams. You will gain insightful tips and information about business, gear, performance, and interpersonal relations---as well as important music lessons and exercises to improve your chord playing, songwriting, soloing, and general musicianship. This book is an essential read if you are a female musician and want to make a living doing what you love. The CD includes audio examples of all the music lessons in the book.
📒Play Guitar By Ear ✍ Douglas Baldwin
✏Play Guitar by Ear Book Summary : (Guitar Educational). Thousands of great guitarists have learned to play without the aid of traditional methods and now you can, too! This first-of-its-kind book and CD package provides a real-world approach to playing guitar in the 21st century. Includes: tools for learning your favorite songs * chords and chord progressions * single-note riffs, licks and lead lines * advanced soloing techniques * rhythm development * lessons on song structure and form * tuning methods and alternate tunings * CD with audio examples and exercises * lots of extra music info and practical tips.
📒Blues Guitar Lessons ✍ Tim Kobza
✏Blues Guitar Lessons Book Summary : If you love playing blues guitar, then these books are for you. Anyone with a basic knowledge of guitar can jump right in and start learning with Volume 1. Volumes 2 and 3 will take you as far down the blues road as any book can. Loaded with great tunes to play, each lesson is geared towards playing a part in a blues band. Learn how to play the rhythm part, the melody, a 2nd guitar part and improvise a solo. Each volume includes easy-to-understand theory lessons that unlock the mysteries of the blues. The attractive design, thoughtful teaching and easy-to-read musical examples will make these lessons the most fun you've ever had learning blues guitar.
📒Complete Fingerstyle Guitar Method Intermediate Fingerstyle Guitar ✍ Nathaniel Gunod
✏Complete Fingerstyle Guitar Method Intermediate Fingerstyle Guitar Book Summary : Continuing where Beginning Fingerstyle Guitar leaves off, this book is great for fingerstyle guitarists who know the basics and are ready to take the next step. Topics include alternate tunings, modes, fingerpicking patterns, barre chords, diatonic harmony, special techniques, bass lines, and an exploration of styles ranging from Celtic and country blues to contemporary new age. Also contains an essential chapter on arranging.
📒Essential Ear Training For The Contemporary Musician ✍ Steve Prosser
✏Essential Ear Training for the Contemporary Musician Book Summary : (Berklee Guide). The Ear Training curriculum of Berklee College of Music is known and respected throughout the world. Now, for the first time, this unique method has been captured in one comprehensive book by the chair of the Ear Training Department. This method teaches musicians to hear the music they are seeing, notate the music they have composed or arranged, develop their music vocabulary, and understand the music they are hearing. The book features a complete course with text and musical examples, and studies in rhythm, sight recognition, sol-fa, and melody.