Barry Galbraith Guitar Solos Volume 2

Dec 09 2016

Barry Galbraith Guitar Solos Volume 2

This is the second volume of thirteen standards arranged for solo guitar by Barry Galbraith. These elegant arrangements were originally penned by Galbraith for his private students, and served to help them get their reading chops together as well as to learn the chord-melody style of guitar. Facilitating the learning experience, all chord symbols, left-hand fingering, and tablature are included. There is also a companion CD recorded by John Purse. Appropriate for the intermediate to advanced guitarist. The first volume of guitar solos we’ve already published. They arrangements are fully annotated – with tab for complete fingering and complete...

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Strum It Guitar – More Favorite Songs with 3 Chords

Dec 08 2016

Strum It Guitar – More Favorite Songs with 3 Chords

“Strum It” was created to get guitar students and self-taught guitarists playing along with their favorite songs. The songs are arranged using their original keys in lead sheet format, and include the chords for each song, beginning to end. Perfect for players who want to play along with the original recordings, the melody and lyrics are also shown to help players keep their spot and to sing along. Strum It does not include tablature, or the difficult solo passages from the original recordings. The previous book with 27 songs Strum It Guitar – Favorite Songs with 3 Chords Songs...

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Chris Standring – Play What You Hear. Jazz Guitar Course

Dec 07 2016

Chris Standring – Play What You Hear. Jazz Guitar Course

Discover how to play melodies, absolutely anywhere on the guitar fretboard, without even having to look at the guitar neck! Recognize sounds against simple and complex harmonies. Learn quickly how to avoid wrong notes and stress strong sounds. Discover fretboard harmony so you can “see” things that you have not seen before. Learn melodic patterns relating to all chords, in all positions and in all keys. Discover a simple system to learn all the most advanced jazz chords without having to learn 6 billion shapes. Learn a whole new vocabulary and have enough instruction to last you the next...

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Maurice Lieberman – Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation Volume 2

Dec 06 2016

Maurice Lieberman – Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation Volume 2

This is a great book for students and teachers and worthy to be a supplement for any theorist. Out of 217 pages, there are barely a handful of pages without staffs loaded with examples from the classics and exercise recommendations. Keyboard Harmony and Improvisation – Volume 2 includes chapters 11-19 Secondary 7th Chords, Inversions, Median Triad, imitation and polyphony, appogiatura, leading tone triad, echappe, continuous suspension, double auxilliaries, modulation from minor keys, pedal point, elementary form, bubmediant 7th, diatonic 9th, modulation. Maurice Lieberman Is the author of books such as Ear Training and Sight Singing. Format: PDF, 217 pages...

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Wolf Marshall – Power Studies 1

Dec 05 2016

Wolf Marshall – Power Studies 1

Here’s an exciting new learning tool – the Power Studies books from the Wolf Marshall Guitar Method. Each book contains songs carefully chosen to reinforce the concepts learned in the Method, and to help you build on that foundation. You’ll find complete performance notes for each song to help you get the right sounds, not just the right notes. And the songs are all cross-referenced to the Method. POWER UP AND PLAY! The Power Studies books are companion songbooks to the Wolf Marshall Guitar Method. Featuring completely transcribed songs from Stevie Ray Vaughan, Metallica, The Beatles, Aerosmith and many...

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Pete Prown – Gear Secrets of the Guitar Legends

Dec 03 2016

Pete Prown – Gear Secrets of the Guitar Legends

Gear Secrets of the Guitar Legends: How to Sound Like Your Favorite Players. Explore the sounds of more than 30 guitar legends, from ’50s rock’n’rollers to today’s nu-metal practitioners. You’ll discover the secrets of their classic tones, learn how they played their most famous rhythms & leads, and find out what gear they used to forge their unique styles. There is a good mix of players from various musical genres and enough info to satisfy players of all types. Even if you are not interested in certain guitar players it IS interesting to read about how they set up...

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Fred Sokolow – Classic Blues Licks for Electric Guitar

Dec 02 2016

Fred Sokolow – Classic Blues Licks for Electric Guitar

Seasoned guitar instructor Fred Sokolow offers a wealth of classic blues licks that can be applied in a variety of blues performance situations. Sokolow has divided the licks into categories to aid in thought organization about the guitar fretboard. Some of the licks are based on scales, and others on chords. Written in standard notation and tablature. This book includes: Double note and Chord-based Licks; Up-the Neck Licks; Mixing Chord-based Licks with Blues Box Licks; Scalar Licks; Single-Note Key of-E figures and many more. Format: PDF + Audio tracks (Mp3). Download Fred Sokolow – Classic Blues Licks for Electric...

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Robin Trower – Guitar Signature Licks

Dec 01 2016

Robin Trower – Guitar Signature Licks

This book has plenty of good licks and examples of Robin Trower’s style. Very insightful. This and the HotLicks video make for a complete set of information on the Trower style. If you want to learn Trower style, this is it. There is not much on the market to learn about this great blues rock maestro’s licks in detail. Quite recommended if yo want to ROCK your guitar. Just tabs and audio, no video. English rocker Robin Trower has earned a rabid following for his guitar work with Procol Harum and on his solo records. Listen to music, follow...

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John Renbourn – Solo Guitar Pieces

Nov 30 2016

John Renbourn – Solo Guitar Pieces

This book is a mixed bag of pieces for the solo guitar containing arrangements of carol tunes, medieval dance tunes, music for the lute and the Irish harp, some original John’s pieces  and a bit of ragtime. John Renbourn is an English guitarist and songwriter. He is possibly best known for his collaboration with guitarist Bert Jansch as well as his work with the folk group Pentangle, although he maintained a solo career before, during and after that band’s existence. While most commonly labelled a folk musician, Renbourn’s musical tastes and interests take in early music, classical music, jazz,...

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Tim Quinn – Arpeggios for Lead Rock Guitar

Nov 29 2016

Tim Quinn – Arpeggios for Lead Rock Guitar

Tim Quinn Fluid Soloing Book 1 Arpeggios for Lead Rock Guitar. A modern arpeggio handbook and comprehensive training manual for developing fast, flowing arpeggio runs that connect the entire fretboard. Emphasis is on developing fluid, non-shifting arpeggio patterns (across the neck) using hammer-ons and pull-offs for speed and fluidity; and also on developing smooth position-shifting arpeggios (along the length of the neck) using slides. These two types of motion are then connected and combined in an extensive collection of soloing etudes for full assimilation. The result is a complete system of arpeggio pathways that connects every part of the...

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