Vincent Bredice – Complete Guitar Improvisation Book

Dec 05 2015

Vincent Bredice – Complete Guitar Improvisation Book

This is an incredibly comprehensive book dealing with every harmonic and technical aspect of guitar improvising. Included are analyses of scales, arpeggios, picking technique, chord progressions, cadences and modulations. In addition, numerous studies and exercises are contained to help you play through the concepts of being taught. The goal is technical and mental mastery of the guitar fingerboard. Tablature is included.
A great book only if you are serious about learning guitar and music. If you just want to play a few chords, this is not the book for you. There is no fluff in this book, it is all scales, exercises, licks, theory, reading music, understanding music.
It provides exercise after exercise and drills ideas into you by making you practice them a certain way. The first few pages provide exercises that are difficult but learnable. This book is not for a novice, or someone picking up the guitar for the first time. You need to know the basics of note reading in the first position and some background in scale and chord theory. You need to make sure that you learn each exercise before moving on to the next one. If you follow each exercise and progress through the entire book, there is no reason not to believe that you will become a very accomplished guitarist and musician.
This book will open up the fretboard to you in a new way, a way that does not cut corners but makes sure you understand what you are doing and why you are doing it from a musical standpoint. If you are looking to cut corners (tab reader) look up the Guitar Grimoire series. If you are dedicated (as any true guitarist should be) you will love this book and what it has to offer you.

Format: PDF, 235 pages

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4 comments

  1. max32 /

    muy bueno gracias :rockin:

  2. Destak /

    muito bacana gostei muito,ótimo material para estudo.

  3. usermuser37 /

    thanks alot Mel Bay’s books are great!

  4. wicohere /

    Thanks a lot, however just a reminder, Paco De Lucia didn’t learn to read notation until he was well in his mid fifties so to say that you either learn notation or you are not a dedicated enough guitarist is quite unacceptable.

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