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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.

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

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

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

If you’re a beginner, take the material in the first part slowly and supplement it with intensive listening.

You will probably want to add a book of licks’ or transcribed solos to help you apply the theoretical material in this book to the musical style that interests you.

Scale knowledge may be more or less important depending on the kind of music you want to play but it’s rarely interesting to hear a musician playing scales’ as such.

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

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

This part of the book isn’t intended to be read as a course but to act as a reference book that will hopefully inspire you to get out of a rut whenever you find yourself in one.

WriterRich Cochrane
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