Gilbert DeBenedetti – A Dozen Italian Diversions for Guitar Solo

Sep 18 2016

Gilbert DeBenedetti – A Dozen Italian Diversions for Guitar Solo

A Dozen Italian Diversions is perfect both for honing technical skills and for solo guitar performance at the intermediate level. Dedicated to his parents who took him to Italy frequently as a child to cultivate an appreciation of his heritage, the author named each piece after an important Italian site or cultural entity. Written in18th century style, this collection of miniatures addresses a wide variety of moods while each piece, like an etude, focuses on just a few skills; for example- the melodic bass line of “Lament at La Scala,” the speed of “The Olympic Downhill” and “Tempest in...

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Master Anthology Of New Classic Guitar Solos Volume 1

Aug 23 2016

Master Anthology Of New Classic Guitar Solos Volume 1

This collection presents original works by 21 modern-day composer/guitarists, including both well-known artists and gifted upstarts. Recommended for the intermediate to advanced player, with the exception of a few pieces in alternate tunings, the selections are written in standard notation only. Bio sketches, photos, performance notes and a CD recorded for the most part by the composers themselves complete this musical portrait of the classic guitar in the 21st century. Songs include: A Dance for Muriel – Jorge Morel Andante 66 – Nato Lima Angela – Sergio Assad Anjiru – Vladimir Rosco Arioso – Muriel Anderson Barbie Brazil –...

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Eliot Fisk – The Segovia Style Classical Guitar of the Maestro

Aug 09 2016

Eliot Fisk – The Segovia Style Classical Guitar of the Maestro

We extremely proud to present an instructional video that takes us to the heart of the music of the great Andres Segovia. Eliot Fisk, a protege of Segovia and a master of classical guitar in his own right, has put together a lesson that is filled with invaluable advice and powerful insights into the timeless Segovia legacy. Eliot Fisk’s passion for teaching and his love for the music of “the Maestro” is apparent throughout this video, which is accessible to guitarists on all levels. He explores the music in great detail, focusing on interpretation, musicianship, guitar technique, and Segovia’s...

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Patrick Moulou – Classical Masterpieces for Guitar

Aug 04 2016

Patrick Moulou – Classical Masterpieces for Guitar

Patrick Moulou Classical Masterpieces for Guitar PDF book. Twenty-seven works by Bach, Beethoven, Handel, Mendelssohn, Mozart and more transcribed with standard notation and tablature. These are very nice pieces to learn and as they are all transcribed to TAB, so much easier to learn if you don’t read music. You’ll still need to understand timing, though this is hammered home in this book as it has notation and hybrid TAB (TAB with timing notating). A lot of rock books come with hybrid TAB now so you shouldn’t have too much trouble figuring it all out. Pretty much for the...

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Don Ross – Fingerstyle Guitar

Aug 02 2016

Don Ross – Fingerstyle Guitar

Donald James Ross, commonly known as Don Ross, is a Canadian fingerstyle guitarist noted for the emotion and intensity of his playing as well as his use of extended technique. Ross’s music borrows from blues, jazz, folk and classical music creating a style that he describes as “heavy wood”. Step into the expansive world of fingerstyle guitar taught by one of the finest players ever to grace the instrument. A basic knowledge of chords is recommended. Don Ross is a formidable guitarist and an outstanding teacher. On this video he demonstrates the proper use of the right hand and...

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Phil Capone – Guitar Chord Bible

Jul 23 2016

Phil Capone – Guitar Chord Bible

This compact dictionary of over 500 illustrated popular chords in their most common voicings features clear photographs and easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions.The spiral binding allows you to lay the book flat for easy reference while playing. Fingering diagrams for each chord are clearly indicated on a fretboard, and tips on technique are given together with relevant chord sequences. Whether your musical style favors rock, pop, blues, soul, jazz, country, or classical, this handy take-anywhere volume puts the techniques for making great guitar music at your fingertips, and sets you on the road to becoming a true chordmaster! The author’s...

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Guitar Collection of Francesc de Paula Soler

Jul 17 2016

Guitar Collection of Francesc de Paula Soler

Classic guitar. Learn to play 13 classic compositions with famous spanish guitarist Francesc de Paula Soler. Soler started his musical studies at the age of six, and later followed the tradition of Andres Segovia. His interpretations possess a great coloring which produces an extraordinary artistic feeling in the public. He is a virtuoso in the difficult skill of the string, a master of a great acoustic resources, and thus continues the great tradition of Andres Segovia. Soler showed himself to be unusually sensitive to color and the rhapsodic rise and fall of the phrases”…”he played dazzling solos with his...

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Adam Fulara – Two-Handed Tapping Guitar Workshop

Jul 07 2016

Adam Fulara – Two-Handed Tapping Guitar Workshop

Two-handed tapping guitar workshop Book + DVD by Adam Fulara. First book of its kind in the world! 14 complete tunes (complete transcriptions with scores, TABs and fingering), step by step for regular 6-string guitar with standard tuning (EBGDAE). Polish language with English subtitles. For usual 6-string guitar and standard tuning (E,B,G,D,A,E). 14 lessons + 14 transcriptions of evergreens, classical music hits and Bach tunes (Amazing Grace, The Entertainer, For Elise, etc). Adam Fulara is a Polish guitarist who specializes in two-handed polyphonic tapping. Fulara plays both classical and jazz pieces.   Language: Polish (English subtitles) Year: 2015 Running...

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Charlie Byrd – Contemporary Acoustic Jazz Guitar

Jun 10 2016

Charlie Byrd – Contemporary Acoustic Jazz Guitar

Charlie is generally recognized as the founding father of nylon string jazz guitar. He was one of the original Great Guitars that recorded on Concord (along with Herb Ellis and Barney Kessel) and is an “elder statesman” of the instrument. This video is full of Charlie doing what made him famous. Taking his time, he begins with a discussion of general classical-style technique, hammers and pulloffs, trills, and right hand fingerstyle warmups. The examples are liberally sprinkled with lovely chordal passages and licks. Other subjects that Charlie covers include blues playing, chromatic substitutions in turnarounds, artificial harmonics and a...

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Jamie Andreas – The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar

Jun 05 2016

Jamie Andreas – The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar

“The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar” is not a method book in the traditional sense. You will not find scales, chord charts or licks of any kind. But you will find a book filled with insight and exercises to help you overcome common pitfall of hand position and muscle tension. Issues that lead too incorrect practice, and are detrimental to your progress as a guitarist. The material in the book is broken down into 3 categories: Understandings, Tools, and Exercises. Understanding helps identify a problem area, often one you might not have thought about. Tools are the solutions...

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