Acoustic Guitar Styles

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Music - 134 pages
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"Acoustic Guitar Styles" introduces the most popular traditional styles for the acoustic guitar. The step-by-step approach, using a small repertoire of well-known songs, enables the student to explore various styles that can be adapted to play personal favorites. Although a basic knowledge of the guitar is assumed, even the beginner will benefit from this progressive approach.
 

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For many, the acoustic guitar is basic to their favorite music. For others, playing acoustic guitar is a way of reducing stress and promoting well-being. For either group, this book will be of ... Read full review

Contents

How to Use This Book
3
ChordProgression Practice
9
Basic Picking and Plucking Patterns
15
Using Alternating Bass Notes to Vary Picking and Strumming Patterns
21
Songs to Learn
33
More Flatpicking and Fingerpicking Patterns
59
OldTime Bluegrass and Early Country Styles
65
Melodic Fingerpicking
87
Country Blues
101
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About the author (2002)

Larry Sandberg has been teaching guitar for over forty years. He is the author of the Acoustic Guitar Guide (2001) and co-author of the Folk Music Sourcebook. He is a regular contributor to Acoustic Guitar magazine, as well as other guitar publications. He teaches guitar as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Colorado and is on the faculty of the Denver Folklore Center.

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