Eric Paschal – Contemporary Acoustic Guitar

Feb 25 2017

Eric Paschal – Contemporary Acoustic Guitar

This book/CD is designed to show you the essential techniques for acoustic guitar playing. While it serves as an excellent source for the beginning guitarist, it can help players of all levels widen their skills with techniques such as fingerstyle playing, Travis and bluegrass-style picking, alternate and open tunings and new chord sounds. The examples in the book are varies: some can be played with a flatpick, and others are intended to be played fingerstyle. Some examples may be played in either fashion. Experiment and see what sounds best for you! Most examples are written both in music notation...

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Dan Miller – Flatpicking Essentials Volume 2

Feb 19 2017

Dan Miller – Flatpicking Essentials Volume 2

Flatpicking Essentials Volume 2 PDF: Learning How to Solo – Carter Style and Beyond. You CAN learn how to take a guitar solo on ANY vocal tune! The Flatpicking Essentials instructional series is designed to teach you the art of flatpicking the acoustic guitar in a sequential, step-by-step method that will gradually build your flatpicking skill in a way that leaves no “gaps” or “holes.” While this method will be extremely beneficial to beginners, this series will also be of great value to those guitar players who have been working to learn how to flatpick for quite some time,...

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Alex de Grassi – Fingerstyle Guitar Method

Feb 18 2017

Alex de Grassi – Fingerstyle Guitar Method

Hone your technique and deepen your understanding of contemporary fingerstyle guitar with this full method taught by one of the masters of the genre. From fundamentals like properly positioning the fretting and picking hands to developing a solid alternating thumb technique, Alex de Grassi carefully guides beginning and intermediate players into the world of steel-string guitar. He then explores more advanced topics like cross-string playing, altering the texture and weight of notes and chords, slapping and tapping, and developing “depth of field” in your playing-techniques he has used in composing and arranging guitar music for over 30 years. This...

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Learn & Master Guitar with Steve Krenz

Feb 16 2017

Learn & Master Guitar with Steve Krenz

Learn & Master Guitar with Steve Krenz PDF DVD download. Winner of the 2008 Acoustic Guitar Magazine Players’ Choice Award, two Telly Awards and an AEGIS Award for Excellence in Education, Learn & Master Guitar is widely recognized as the best home instruction course for learning guitar available anywhere. It consists of 20 professionally produced DVDs, 5 Jam-Along CDs, a 100+ page lesson book, and a free online student support site. It is the only instructional package you’ll ever need on your journey toward mastery of the guitar. All you provide is the practice! Let’s face it, really learning...

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Stephen Siktberg – Christmas Music for Acoustic Guitar

Feb 15 2017

Stephen Siktberg – Christmas Music for Acoustic Guitar

The familiar songs are fleshed-out in a tasteful and beautiful way and the less-familiar ones are presented clearly. This is the perfect guitarist’s Christmas book! What’s more, the arrangements are so nice, you won’t mind playing them in July! Siktberg is careful about tunings and capo issues too and he explains why in the intro to the collection. The renaissance pieces are in lute tuning and capo settings are suggested for tunes that might be in keys that are otherwise inaccessible to guitarists. This is an outstanding collection. They are very well-written and very unique sounding. They are also...

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Steven Eckels – Music of the North American Indians for Acoustic Guitar

Feb 14 2017

Steven Eckels – Music of the North American Indians for Acoustic Guitar

If you want to play the music of North american indians this book is for you. If you are a guitarist, as well as a percussionist, and enjoy american music, you’ll love this book/CD combo. Superb classical writings with a percussive twist to smoothly fit in with the native american music. Excellent to play along to with native flutes. Many songs are in a perfect minor key. One of the enjoyable aspects of these pieces, and one in character with Native American music, is to use of drumming with the right hand. Simple charts to follow along with if...

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Fred Sokolow – Music Of Paul Simon

Feb 14 2017

Fred Sokolow – Music Of Paul Simon

Music Of Paul Simon Arranged for Fingerstyle Guitar. Learn how to play and sing nine classic Paul Simon tunes from start to finish. You will learn how to fingerpick backup arrangements while singing. You will Learn how to play instrumental solos and how to begin and end each song. While studying Freds arrangements of these Paul Simon hits you will also learn a lot about fingerpicking: backup patterns, soloing ideas and various chord positions. Each song is played at regular speed and then slowed down with a split-screen. That gives you a close-up look at the picking as well...

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Gospel Chops – Shed Sessionz Volume 1

Feb 13 2017

Gospel Chops – Shed Sessionz Volume 1

This is the groundbreaking release that began a new era in drumming. This DVD features exciting young drummers in unrehearsed sessions showcasing their amazing speed, agility, and proficiency on the drumkit. Features: Thomas Pridgen, Tony Royster Jr., Eric Moore II, Joey Oscar, Jeremy Haynes, and more!! This special edition also includes a previously unreleased scene featuring Thomas Pridgen and Tony Royster Jr. trading phrases in a historic musical conversation. Also do not forget to watch Gospel Chops – Shed Sessionz: Vol. 2. Language: English Year: 2006 Country: USA Running time: 123 minutes Quality: DVD5 Video: MPEG2 Video 720?480 (16:9)...

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Roger Hudson – Delta: 13 Solos In Notation And Tablature

Feb 12 2017

Roger Hudson – Delta: 13 Solos In Notation And Tablature

Roger Hudson – Delta: 13 Solos in notation and tablature reflecting latin, Mediterranean, jazz, celtic and blues genres. Delta is a collection of compositions written over about a 20 year period. “Blue Stairways”, for example, is 20 years old and has never appeared on one of my CDs until now! Some of these compositions made their debuts in Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine as part of my Fingerstyle Basics column. These include: Sambavacation, BluesRay, Elegy for a Surfer, Blue Stairways, Cool Colors, Sailing for America, and Seven Heaven. The title, “Delta”, is drawn specifically from the last movement of the Blues...

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Richard Gilewitz – Jump Start Fingerstyle Guitar

Feb 11 2017

Richard Gilewitz – Jump Start Fingerstyle Guitar

Most beginners believe that they need to know how to read music, understand theory, struggle through boring exercises and learn hundreds of chords to play fingerstyle guitar. NOT SO! Guitar is the most popular instrument on the planet because it’s the easiest instrument to learn how to play. Thousands of popular songs can be played with just a few chords and a couple of fingerpicking patterns. Learn those few chords and fingerpicking patterns, along with the basics of holding and tuning a guitar and you too will be able to play hundreds of your favorite songs. And that’s what...

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