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Acoustic Guitar Solo Fingerstyle Basics: Book with Online Audio (Acoustic Guitar Private Lessons)
Title:

Acoustic Guitar Solo Fingerstyle Basics: Book with Online Audio (Acoustic Guitar Private Lessons)

Author:
Hal Leonard Corp.
ISBN:
1890490334
PDF book size:
1788 kb
ePub book size:
1746 kb
Fb2 book size:
1482 kb
Other formats:
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ISBN13
978-1890490331
Rating:
4.3 of 5
Votes:
855
Publisher:
String Letter Media (November 1, 2000)
Language:
English
Subcatergory:
Music
Pages:
64
(Fretted). Enrich your playing with the expressive, dynamic, symphonic textures of solo fingerstyle guitar. With the guidance of master teachers, you'll learn to build simple melodies into complete guitar arrangements, understand fingerings that will bring intimidating chords within your reach, and put you at ease with country blues, classical techniques, Celtic music and more! The online audio features all the music played slowly then up to tempo by the teachers. Includes 11 songs to play, and standard notation and tab.
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2 Reviews
  • This is a awkward book to get into for beginners. It is really a collection of lessons from us teachers which varies in content and aim. I am new to fingerstyle playing and have found the first item hard to get my fingers round. There is little about technique, so from the start you are in at the deep end. I am persevering but it hard going and I may not make the second item.

  • I think that all aspiring guitarists quickly learn a few basic chords and strumming patterns and then they hit a wall. It's all well and good to sit on a log, around a campfire and do Kumbayah, Shenandoah and a few other old favorites. But then you will be in the company of someone whose fingers flash over the strings of his guitar and a recognizable melody emerges along with grace notes and fills. So lovely. With this book you can build that skill. The approach is simple and straightforward, carrying you forward as you develop. But I provide the usual caveat: practice, practice,practice. With that caveat and this book you will amaze yourself.