Creative Guitar Mastery: Modal Improvisation 101

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DoublePlanet.com
DoublePlanet.com, Dec 1, 2003 - 64 pages
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"A practical approach to mastering the entire fretboard of the guitar in a very natural and practical way. Nurtures the discovery and development of the learners unique creative voice. Includes an Audio CD with over 1 hour of music for the learner to play along with applying the learning in the book. This book and the CD read like a complete course in mastering the guitar fretboard, plus lays the foundation to further mastery of even more important concepts to the practicing guitarist."
 

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Contents

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1
Basic note theory
9
Protopositions
20
Position Playing
24
Numbers Function of the degrees of each mode
31
Tonal Organization
39
Some Hints on Single note soloing
47
Where do I go from here?
54
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Chris Miller has been actively involved in the music world for many years in several capacities. He has tried to mingle technology, creativity and learning into the multi-disciplined approach required to thrive in music as a career these days.His education includes:Associate of Fine Arts in Music DegreeSoutheastern Community College Whiteville, NC Graduated 2003Dual Diploma in Computer Information Systems, Microcomputer Specialist and Networking Specialist
North Georgia Technical Institute Clarkesville, GA Graduated 2000 with honors3M Fiber Optic Crimplok Connectors Certification
3M Telecom Systems Division Class held in Clarkesville, GA 19981 Years of Guitar Performance / Music Theory Study / Ear Training Immersion
Berklee College of Music Boston, MA 1988 -1989Chris is a master guitarist and has published one instructional book on guitar improvisation, and written three others (soon to be published). Chris has taught guitar since 1986, and especially utilized a more organic, holistic approach to guitar, creativity and learning.Chris published music to college radio and achieved Southeastern Regional college radio airplay in the 1990's. Chris engineered his own music, and utilized Do-It-Yourself marketing and publishing techniques to market these products and others.Chris has worked in several capacities in the publishing business working on rock band radio promo, to recording engineering, to marketing planning, all related to creative projects.Chris is available for instruction through Blue Ridge Music Academy.Chris also operates the Recording Service at Blue Ridge Music, acts as engineer, musician, and consultant in disciplines related to creative projects.Chris also operates his own publishing company that specializes in unique learning and creative projects.Double Planet™ Publishing Co. 
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E-mail: info@doubleplanet.comReach Chris at:Home: Monday - Friday 8 AM to 2:30 PM - Phone 1 (706) 782-1857Blue Ridge Music Academy : Monday - Friday 4:30 PM to 8 PM - Phone 1 (706) 782-9852E-mail: chris@doubleplanet.com

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