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The New Guitar Fretboard Code
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A single finger, on a single string. A single note. But what else can it tell you? The New Guitar Fretboard Code will teach you a hidden method - known to session boys for years - of how that single... More > note can reveal scales and chords in any key instantly, and aid learning the fretboard! Easy to learn and, more importantly, remember! A unique method, invaluable for beginners and more experienced guitarists alike.< Less
Fretboard Mastery Vol. 1
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This progressive method for learning the notes on the guitar fretboard is one of the easiest and most effective to use. Starting with the basics, Dickenson shows how specific frets can be related to... More > the open strings. As the book moves into more complicated patterns, Dickenson always explains things thoroughly in easy-to-understand language. After completing this book, the student will know the notes on the fretboard with confidence. Recommended for students who have completed the Guitar Fundamentals method book or have been playing guitar for at least a year. In addition, this book is an excellent accompaniment to Lead Guitar and Improvisational Skills Vol. 1 and 2, also by J. Andrew Dickenson.< Less
Fretboard Theory for Guitar
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Fretboard Theory for Guitar: Many guitar players can spend years playing chords, riffs and scale patterns without knowing really what they are playing. It seems the beginning guitarist can go for... More > about two to three years before falling into a rut. I find most guitarists do not actually practice. They spend the majority of their time playing songs and trying to learn the latest riff from their friend. Why is this not practicing? Because most of us just learned a pattern but missed the understanding of the music behind the pattern. This is where the rut starts. It’s like memorizing a poem, regurgitating it and thinking you are a poet. You just missed all the elements that make up a great poem. This book was written in hopes of taking you to a new level. A true understanding of music and how you create it, not just repeat it. This book was designed with the absolute beginner in mind or the intermediate guitarist who is stuck in a rut.< Less
Unlocking the Fretboard & The Art of Fingering
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Even if the guitarist knows what notes must be played and where to find them on the fingerboard, there remains what fingering works well for each passage—but will this fingering allow the... More > player to move with accurate efficiency? The fret board does have an easily recognizable arrangement of half steps and once that truly is understood, the fret board becomes almost as graphically representative as the piano keyboard. This text focuses on this underlying principle and develops it into a system encompassing the horizontal as well as vertical methods of learning the fingerboard and how these two conceptual disciplines are interrelated. The diligent student finds insight into why editors and performers have varying opinions regarding the fingering of identical pieces. Opinions-and fingerings-are not engraved in stone. Some editors finger music to ease performance, some for tone considerations. In some cases there may be only one way to finger a passage due other considerations—a plethora of reasons.< Less
THE FRETBOARDIST : Complete Mastery Of The Guitar Fretboard
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The Fretboardist: Complete Mastery of the Guitar Fretboard is a practical book with a theoretically inclined approach which will help you to easily navigate your way through the intricacies of the... More > guitar fretboard and unlock the possibilities of string permutations in a very simple and progressive way. In this book you will learn everything about the guitar, the fretboard, left hand techniques; and you will also acquire an absolute motor skill that will skyrocket your creativity both melodically and harmonically beyond your imagination.< Less
Master the Fretboard - Rhythm and Solo Guitar Learning Method
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So, you've found this guitar method, yet ANOTHER offer for online guitar lessons. Now you ask, "Do tell, what makes "Master the Fretboard" different?" Online guitar lessons are... More > typically either the hard sell: "You will be a Rock God in 24 Hours!" "Learn all the Notes of the Neck Overnight!... In Your Sleep!... While Being Massaged by Swedish Royalty!" Or they are "Free Lessons!" loaded with ads, forcing you to sign up for newsletter spamming. By going back to the well of electric guitar music - blues and jazz of the 30's and 40's - I created the "Charlie Christian Method", which was a grass-roots success. Players dug the fresh perspective on the guitar, and were able to 'see' the fretboard in a new way. Applying the same concepts to players from the 1960's on up with a comprehensive view of the notes on the guitar, and applying these ideas to known examples led to the "Master the Fretboard" lessons. Due to limited space, see our Q&A at joedocmusic dot com!< Less
Fretboard Evolution Vol. I - A Guitarists Guide to Harmony
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This book was written with a specific type of guitar player in mind – One who's played for several months or years and is comfortable with open major and minor chords as well as barre chords... More > and some scale patterns. If you feel like most of what you do on the guitar is based on visual patterns and shapes and it’s hard to make a lot of logical sense of it, this book is for you. If you’ve had a good background in music theory but feel blurry on some aspects or how to relate it to the guitar, this book is also for you. Although much of the information is presented in the context of what is known as “jazz harmony” and is written with guitarists in mind, the information is universally useful to most styles of music and instruments.< Less
The Scott Collins Fretboard Visualization Series: The Minor Pentatonic Scale
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Scott Collins’ GuitArchitecture method replaces the standard approach to learning guitar (rote memorization) with a simple, intuitive two-string approach that anyone can learn. This method,... More > where players can actually see scales on a fingerboard, is called sonic visualization, and it can be applied to any scale or modal system. In this volume of his Fretboard Visualization series, Scott has used his two-string method to present the pentatonic minor scale in an easy, intuitive and musical manner. This book not only demonstrates how to “see” the scale all over the fingerboard, but also shows how to use the scale in a variety of contexts and presents strategies that can be applied to making any scale more musical. The Scott Collins Fretboard Visualization Series: The Pentatonic Minor Scale is an invaluable resource for guitarists who are looking to break through to the next level in their playing.< Less
Scott Collins’ Fretboard Visualization Series: The Minor Pentatonic Scale
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Scott Collins’ GuitArchitecture method replaces the standard approach to learning guitar(rote memorization) with a simple, intuitive two-string approach that anyone can learn. This method,... More > where players can actually see scales on a fingerboard, is called "sonic visualization", and it can be applied to ANY scale or modal system. In this volume of his Fretboard Visualization series, Scott has used his two-string method to present the pentatonic minor scale in an easy, intuitive and musical manner. This book not only demonstrates how to “see” the scale all over the fingerboard, but also shows how to use the scale in a variety of contexts and presents strategies that can be applied to making any scale more musical. The Fretboard Visualization Series: The Pentatonic Minor Scale is an invaluable resource for guitarists who are looking to break through to the next level in their playing.< Less
The Virtuoso's Compendium of Killer Guitar Exercises: The Ultimate Guide to Fretboard Wizardry
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This book is a collection of some of the most beneficial guitar technique exercises I've encountered over my 23 years of playing. These 75 exercises are designed to develop speed and accuracy for... More > both picking and fretting hands, as well as teach you the most efficient methods of playing virtually anything anywhere on the fretboard. Included with the exercises are detailed explanations of how to play them and what they will do for your technique. All exercises are written in standard TAB format, so no prior music reading ability is necessary. The TABS are clearly written to display all pertinent information, including string and fret location as well as which fingers to use. In addition, this book will explain the importance of the various picking patterns and where to apply them.< Less
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