A Guitar Encyclopedia PDF

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Arpeggio And Scale Resources PDF Free Download

Arpeggio And Scale Resources

This book is divided into three parts. The first part (Chapters 1 to 4) is a detailed study of arpeggio patterns and an introduction to the study of scales.

This covers a lot more than most guitarists know about scales, but it’s really just the beginning.

The second and third parts present a large number of scales, fingering diagrams of most of which have never been published, at least in any systematic way.

The collection is unique in guitar literature or, as far as the author knows, among music books in general.

If you are a beginner, take the material in the first part slowly and supplement it with deep listening.

You will probably want to add a book of ‘licks’ or transcribed singles to help you apply the theoretical material in this book to the music genre that interests you.

Knowing a scale can be more or less important depending on the kind of music you want to play, but hearing a musician play a scale is rarely interesting.

This book provides the raw material; It’s up to you how to turn it into music, and it’s been done for centuries in a variety of ways.

Advanced players will be mostly interested in the second and third parts. Use them as a source of inspiration: dip more or less at random to find new and unusual sounds.

This part of the book is not intended to be read as a course, but to serve as a reference book that will hopefully lead you out whenever you find yourself in trouble.

WriterRich Cochrane
Pdf Size3.7 MB

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