Fretboard Roadmaps: The Essential Guitar Patterns That All the Pros Know and Use
(Guitar Educational). The updated edition of this bestseller features more songs, updated lessons, and a full audio CD! This book will show you how to play lead and rhythm anywhere on the fretboard, in any key; play a variety of lead guitar styles; play chords and progressions anywhere on the fretboard; expand your chord vocabulary; and learn to think musically the way the pros do. Each chapter presents a pattern and shows how to use it, along with playing tips and guitar insights. Absolute beginners can follow the diagrams and instruction, and intermediate to advanced players can use the chapters non-sequentially to increase their understanding of the guitar.
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HOW TO READ CHORD GRIDS
HOW TO READ TAB1ATORE
NOTES ON THE FRETBOARD
THE MAJOR SCALE
TWO MOVEABLE MAJOR CHORD SHAPES
THE IIVV CHORD FAMILY
THE DAF ROADMAP
VARIATIONS OF THE TWO MOVEABLE MAJOR CHORDS
MOVEABLE MAJOR SCALES
THREE MOVEABLE BLUES SCALES
MAJOR PENTATONIC SCALES
A MOVEABLE DOUBLENOTE LICK
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
GUITAR NOTATION LEGEND
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Fretboard Roadmaps: Bass Guitar : the Essential Patterns that All Pros Know ...
No preview available - 2001
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