Intermediate Acoustic Guitar: Beginning, Intermediate, Mastering
This book is great for acoustic guitarists who have learned the basics and are ready to take the next step. Beginning with a brief review of reading standard music notation and TAB, this book takes you further into three major areas of study: sounds, grooves and special techniques; theory and improvisation; and alternate tunings. You'll be introduced to a variety of styles including acoustic funk, New Orleans, gypsy swing, Celtic, bluegrass, Cajun and more. Master the upper positions of the guitar fingerboard as you learn major scales, triads and pentatonic scales. Greg Horne makes learning fascinating concepts easy and fun as he introduces modes and several alternate tunings. The CD offers play-along opportunities and demonstrates the examples.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Acoustic Funk Split Strumming
The Grooves of New Orleans
CHAPTER 4Working Your Way up the Neck
PART THREEALTERNATE TUNINGS
12th fret 1st string 2nd string 3rd string 6th string 7th fret harmonic accent acoustic funk alternate tunings Amin Amin7 arpeggios artificial harmonics Asus2 Asus4 barre chords bass line bass note beat Beginning Acoustic Guitar blues Bmin Cadd9 Cajun chord progression chord tones clave Coda Csus4 diatonic triads Dmin dominant 7 chord double stop drop D tuning Dsus2 Dsus4 fretted notes half step hammer-ons harmonic nodes improvisation inversions key of G LESSON licks major scale major triad match melody Minor at 32 minor chords minor pentatonic scale n v n v n v neck old-time old-time music open G open G tuning open strings Pentatonic scale starting PI V PI pick players rhythm guitar root scale degrees secondary dominants sixteenth note slide solo song sound split strumming SUSPENDED CHORD Swing 8ths syncopated technique touch the node triplet voicings whole step X X X