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  • By brwnhornet59
    Aug 17, 2011
    I have been playing Guitar over 20 years. Being an avid student of theory and Jazz, I can tell you that Chris Juergensen's book is a wealth of knowledge, no matter what your playing level or style is. His idea's are sound and very easy to follow. The man is dedicated to the furthering advancement of today's players. So many teachers create an aura of mystique around the working's of theory. Not Chris. He breaks through the nonsense and get's right to the point. If you want to take your playing to the next level, Chris can definitely help you. Also the man is available to talk with you via e-mail if you have questions. This is very refreshing. So in summary, I recommend this book to any and all aspiring Guitarists. Thank you Chris, it was a real pleasure! Britt Reed
  • By redsky
    Dec 24, 2009
    At last, The Guitar Bible exists! Imagine being so good at something that you can do it with your eyes closed. You're beyond being a master at whatever it is you do. You're very humble about your talents and will teach anyone who wants to learn. You're at that highly-prized elite skill level that garners respect and accolades from everyone at large. One day there's a workshop on this particular thing that you do so well, and you attend it for no particular reason. Lots of beginners are there as well. The speaker begins, and while everything you hear is stuff that you already know, you've never quite heard it explained in such an easy-to-understand way. Everything sounds so basic and matter-of-fact, and there's actually moments when you go 'aha!' and yes, you actually learn a few things! You can see all the beginners are absorbing everything, and they're eager to learn. You, along with other professionals, are invigorated and refreshed. A good speaker on any subject should inspire... More > beginners, as well as jaded and experienced craftsmen. This is just such a book, and such an author. No matter what your guitar-playing skill level, you will cherish this read. It outshines every - and I mean EVERY other guitar book on the market. There's spelling mistakes all over the place, and the author uses some very informal chit-chat terminology here and there. It actually helps to soften some of the hard-hitting wisdom that will come at you from every angle as you turn page after page. Really and truly the best guitar book out there, for beginner and professional players. I got the coil-bound edition. Nice plastic coil, so it won't bend and snag in the future :)< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Coil Bound Edition
Publisher
Chris Juergensen
Published
October 13, 2009
Language
English
Pages
266
Binding
Coil
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
1.76 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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