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10
Feb
2015
Arnie Berle - Beginning Fingerstyle Blues Guitar

Arnie Berle - Beginning Fingerstyle Blues GuitarTakes you from the fundamentals of fingerpicking to five authentic blues tunes. With graded exercises, illustrated tips, plus standard notation and tablature. This is a great book because it breaks down the process of learning acoustic (fingerstyle) blues step-by-step, and shows you how to play the blues in the old Mississippi-blues and other related styles.

 
09
Feb
2015
Scott Miller - Getting into Jazz Fusion Guitar

Scott Miller - Getting into Jazz Fusion GuitarIn Getting Into Jazz Fusion Guitar, author Scott Miller presents the most common scales used in Jazz Fusion and other modern music styles. Scott discusses each mode of the Major, Melodic Minor, Harmonic Minor, Diminished, and Whole Tone scales and provides the student with conventional as well as three-note-per-string scale patterns. Scott shows many chord fingerings for each scale in standard notation and guitar tablature.

 
06
Feb
2015
Glenn Weiser - Celtic Guitar

Glenn Weiser - Celtic GuitarForty beautiful Celtic melodies arranged for solo fingerstyle guitar. All the songs are arranged to be easily playable. Most of the songs are in standard tuning plus there is an additional section in DADGAD tuning. A CD is included featuring all the songs.
An excellent collection of Celtic tunes comprise this book/cd set. It is not a "method" or "how-to-play" celtic guitar book but if you're looking for fingerstyle celtic repertoire this is a great place to start. Most pieces are played with standard or drop D tuning but 6 use DADGAD tuning.

 
05
Feb
2015
Frank Gambale - Improvisation Made Easier

Frank Gambale - Improvisation Made EasierFrank Gambale's new improvisation book is a twelve-chapter course, with seven lessons per chapter, that covers the twelve most important scales and modes. Each lesson explores the chords, voicings and licks that are derived from each scale. The two enclosed CDs contain 119 recorded music examples (over 50 CD tracks), and the clearly presented text is written in standard notation and tablature. The Most Useful Scales And Modes: Mixolydian, Aeolian, Lydian Lydian b7, Dorian, Super Locrian, Ionian, Half-Whole Diminished, Phrygian, Aeolian b5.

 
04
Feb
2015
Steve Eckels - Global Adventures for Fingerstyle Guitarists

Steve Eckels - Global Adventures for Fingerstyle GuitaristsHow do you combine the elegance of the classics with the energy of contemporary grooves? The answer is Global Adventures for Fingerstyle Guitarists. Considered by critics as the Fernando Sor of the 21st Century, Steve Eckels has composed and arranged 23 fingerstyle guitar arrangements based on the styles of Carlos Santana, Yanni, Klezmer, Bollywood, Bob Marley, Brazil 66, Mariachi, Jose Feliciano, Harry Belofante, Flameco, and others.

 
03
Feb
2015
Ben Bolt - 39 Progressive Solos for Classical Guitar: Book 1

Ben Bolt - 39 Progressive Solos for Classical Guitar: Book 139 outstanding classical guitar solos arranged with tablature for the first time. Studies, Baroque and Classical Period. Guitar solo book and examples CD. Standard guitar notation, guitar tablature and guitar notation legend.
The book progresses perfectly for a beginner and each song brings a new challenge that is easy to master. The music is SO EASY to read using the tablature notation. It is a must have if you are learning on your own.

 
02
Feb
2015
Duke Ellington For Fingerstyle Guitar

Duke Ellington For Fingerstyle GuitarThese spectacular fingerstyle arrangements are written in the classic early "americana" guitar tradition of ragtime and blues with lots of alternating thumb and classic blues phrases. Playing these tunes transports you back to another more congenial time and place. The author also provides a complete lesson in chord theory and substitutions. Each song is written in standard notation and tablature, and all the songs are demonstrated on the included CD.

 
31
Jan
2015
Scott Reed - Getting Into Guitar Improvising

Scott Reed - Getting Into Guitar ImprovisingGetting Into Guitar Improvising: A Systematic Approach to Soloing. For all guitarists interested in improvising, the material in this method can apply to any style of music. This integrated approach to soloing provides numerous musical examples promotes an understanding of the theory behind improvising, and also promotes better visualization of shapes on the fingerboard through the use of fingerboard diagrams.

 
30
Jan
2015
Wilbur Savidge - Scales Over Chords

Wilbur Savidge - Scales Over ChordsRock, country, and blues and nine great styles - are arranged in a variation of styles and tempos to give readers the excitement of playing on location with a live band. Plus, the book offers personal instruction on how to use pentatonic scales. How to improvise lead lines over chord progressions and never play bad notes! The audio companion demonstrates all musical examples with full band back-up. Even if you don't read music, this book will be very helpful. Easy to understand. Explains relationships of scales and chords.

 
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