Lead Guitar Decoded

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If you can see it - you can play it.This is a very visual book on learning to see arpeggios and scales on the guitar using fretboard diagrams. It is also about superimposing seemingly unrelated arpeggios over chords to produce interesting sounds and…

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    Om Lead Guitar Decoded

    If you can see it - you can play it.This is a very visual book on learning to see arpeggios and scales on the guitar using fretboard diagrams. It is also about superimposing seemingly unrelated arpeggios over chords to produce interesting sounds and to help "develop" your ears.If you want to learn how, when, why and where to use arpeggios and scales over different chord types and progressions, then this is the book for you. In addition, you can hear mp3 audio with each example and backing tracks are supplied for practice.It is written for guitarists on any level. If you're a visual learner, you're going to love this format. If you don't read music, don't fret; there are no crotchets or quavers here.This is not a licks book. Learning licks is ok, but will only get you so far.This book provides the raw material necessary to create your own licks. The more you can see and hear all the note intervals, the more the neck will open up for you and you'll start to understand the relationship between the underlying harmony and the notes you pick.The mp3 examples give you a taste of the general "flavour" of each sound. All you need to do is pick out your favourite arpeggios/scales and start applying them to songs.Any way you look at it, you are getting a lifetime of knowledge and ideas.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2013
    Forlag
    eBookPartnership.com
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781783012091
    Sider
    108
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