|Author||: Joseph Alexander|
|Publisher||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Total Pages||: 286|
|ISBN 10||: 1503086216|
|ISBN 13||: 9781503086210|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
This compilation brings together three best-selling books that will help you master the essential rudiments of playing the guitar; Technique, Theory and the Application of all the Essential Scales in Music. At over 285 pages, this book contains over 400 notated audio examples and 60 backing tracks that demonstrate every technique, lick and scale clearly in a musical context. Beginners to very advanced players will all find plenty of ideas, techniques and musical vocabulary to keep them improving for years. Complete Technique for Modern Guitar destroys the notion that aspiring players must spend all their practice time accelerating through progressively more difficult and obscure exercises. This book focuses on only the exercises that most quickly develop the fundamental four areas of guitar technique: Picking, Legato, Playing in time, and expression. It contains over 200 essential, digestible, exercises to help you master the guitar with comprehensive coverage of picking, legato, rhythm and expressive techniques. The Practical Guide to Modern Music Theory for Guitarists is a complete and practical music theory course for guitarists takes you on a journey starting from simple major scale construction, its 3 and 4 note harmonisations, and common chord sequences, to a massively deep and structured dissection of all the modes of the major scale. The seven modes are broken down into their constituent intervals, triads, arpeggios and Pentatonic scales, with each theoretical approach discussed and analysed and bought to life with over 200 notated examples, licks and professional backing tracks. After the many soloing possibilities are discussed for each mode, the author's favourite sounds are given as a concise list of recommended approaches. This will save you many hours of practice time, and provide solid starting point to explore the best of each tonality. Guitar Scales in Context goes further than every other scale dictionary available: it provides you with backing tracks and licks for every one of the essential eighteen scales and modes that it covers. With over fifty backing tracks included, each scale is analysed, discussed and shown in the five most commonly used patterns. Each scale shape is given with a corresponding chord, triad and arpeggio pattern to help you build and memorise the scale, both physically and aurally.