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10 ROCK DUETS. CD

Series: De Haske Play-Along Book
Publisher: De Haske Publications
Composer: Ed Wennink

These 10 duets meet the growing need for simple, good-sounding ensemble music for beginning guitarists. Although written for electric guitar, the pieces are also playable on acoustic guitar. The included play-along CD makes this pack even more valuable to students!

 

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7-STRING GUITAR CHORD BOOK. TAB.

Series: Guitar Educational
Author: Chad Johnson

This convenient reference features easy-to-read diagrams of the most commonly used chords, including 30 chord qualities for each root note for a total of more than 350 chords. Includes an interesting introduction on the history of the 7-string guitar, a handy diagram of the complete 7-string fingerboard, basic chord theory, 7-string guitar tab manuscript paper, and notes explaining how to use the book. Covers all styles of music. 48 pages

 

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7-STRING GUITAR. RILEY. An introduction to Heavy Rock styles. CD TAB.

By Tobias Hurwitz and Glenn Riley
Item: 00-21892

Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & CD
Instrument: Guitar
Get ready to turn it up to "11" and go "7." Learn the styles and sounds of the most impressive rock artists to ever use seven-string guitar. This book covers the characteristics of four of the most important tunings, with related chord forms, rhythm guitar riffs, scales and licks. You'll learn the significance of each tuning and the reasons different artists use them. Plenty of usable riffs, licks, and solos emulating their styles are included. All music is written in both standard music notation and tablature. The CD contains all the music featured in the book. This is a must-have title for the modern rock guitarist who is always looking to go to that extra step.

 

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7-STRING GUITAR INTRODUCTING. Begelmam. Esempi dei Korn, Limp Bizkit, Orgy, e altri. CD TAB.

MUSIC THEORY PRIMER:
INTERVAL RELATIOSHIPS
SCALES
CHORD THEORY
ARPEGGIOS

THE LOW B STRING


THE LOW A STRING


CHORD FINGERINGS


SCALE FINGERINGS

RIFF PATTERNS

ROCK STYLES OF KORN AND LIMP BIZKIT

JAZZ STYLES WITH WALKING BASS LINES

This is a good introduction to 7-string guitar, and it might even give some ideas to intermediate 7-string players who want to learn some new riffs. The book assumes some familiarity with 6-string guitars, but a raw beginner should be able to jump right into this book. It introduces very fundamental music theory and every example is written in both standard notation and tablature, so musicians of all skill levels can follow. It includes a CD with audio versions of every written riff, so those who play mostly by ear can also benefit, and those reading the music or tabs can check their performance against the CD to see if they're getting it right. The book is divided into 4 "units". Unit I is 6 pages of very basic theory, including notes, intervals, (common) scales, chords, and arpeggios, mostly defining the terms but also giving short scribe/tab examples. Unit II -- by far the largest section of the book -- deals with the 7th string tuned to low "B" -- the most common "rock/metal" variant. This unit covers 2-, 3-, and 4-string power chords, and has numerous short (2- to 8-bar) examples of chord, scale and arpeggio patterns as well as combination riffs. Many are "blues-rock" riffs, which Begelman says are not commonly used in modern 7-string rock; so he also ventures into more contemporary examples of "high/low" dual guitar riffs. Unit III is a much thinner (8 page) examination of jazz 7-string (low "A" tuning), covering chord structure, low string as bass accompaniment, two-note chord voicing with bass accompaniment and a full-page 12-bar blues example. Unit IV is really only 6 short paragraphs about "Other tunings and Applications" which really only introduces two specific alternatives, one Jimmy Page and one Limp Bizkit tuning. To summarize, the book has useful and interesting information and example riffs, and the included CD is helpful (almost mandatory for any music book, really). The brief discussion of theory and an included "guitar tab glossary" make the book accessible to novices. Whether or not it is worth the money is purely subjective, but I find it to be so

The title fits the content: "Introducing 7-String Guitar". This provided exactly what I was looking for, heavy metal/rock and jazz 7-string. What a contrast in styles but those are the most common applications for a 7-string. The book provides chords, scales, tunings, voicings and the CD has 66 solid examples of both styles of music. It contains examples of jazz progressions with a walking bass line (my favorite part). There are plenty of rock/heavy metal examples. Also, in the rock/heavy metal section, there was a clean pleasant arpeggio style picking example utilizing the 7th string. Overall there are plenty of usable examples, clear and easy to understand. I feel this book is for the intermediate to advanced 6-string guitarist who is brand new to the 7-string. I have to rate this book highly because it was perfect for my current skill level and I play both music styles. If you are new to 7-string, get the book.

 

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 3749 7-STRING GUITAR, A. MARTIN. TABLATURE



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7-STRING GUITAR, A. Martin. TAB.

An All-Purpose Reference for Navigating Your Fretboard
Series: Guitar Educational
Author: Andy Martin

Introducing 7-String Guitar, the first-ever method book written especially for seven-stringed instruments. It teaches chords, scales and arpeggios, all as they are adapted for the 7-string guitar. It features helpful fingerboard charts, and riffs & licks in standard notation and tablature to help players expand their sonic range in any style of music. It also includes an introduction by and biography of the author, tips on how to approach the book, a guitar notation legend, and much more!

"Andy's book, 7 String Guitar, is a practical and useful tool for approaching the 7 string beast. It offers players the opportunity to expand their finger-fetishing vocabulary." Steve Vai
96 pages

FINGERBOARD CHART AND STRING RELATIONSHIPS

CHORDS:
power chords
open derivative
Major
Major add9
suspended 4th
Major 6th
Major 7th
Major 9th
Major 7#11
Major 13th
minor
minor add9
minor 6th
minor 7th
minor 7b5
minor 11th
minor 9th
minor, Major 7th
minor 9th, Major 7th
dominant 7th
dominant 7 sus4
dominant 9th
dominant 7#9
dominant 13th
diminished
diminished 7th
augmented

CHORD PROGRESSIONS

ARPEGGIOS:
Major
diminished
Major 7th
minor 7th
minor 7b5
dominant 7th

PENTATONIC SCALES
MODES
SCALES
RIFFS AND LICKS

 

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COMPLETE 7-STRING GUITAR METHOD, C. Buzzelli. CD TAB.

Metodo JAZZ per chitarra a 7 corde

Product Description:
This comprehensive method book is best suited to an intermediate to advanced six string guitarist who is learning the seven string guitar. Included are sections on scale and arpeggio fingerings as well as an extensive section on chord voicings. All examples are presented in both tablature and standard notation, with diagrams also included where appropriate. The seventh string is tuned to a low A throughout. The included CD contains play-along tracks with full rhythm section, single note studies with accompaniment (in split-track format), and unaccompanied solo studies. Most examples can be played either finger style or with a pick. 144 PAGES

Format: Book/CD Set

Song Title: Composer/Source:
1) Part One: Scales
2) Part Two: Arpeggios
3) Part Three: Chord Voicings
4) Appendix A
5) Appendix B
6) Appendix C
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ALL ABOUT GUITAR A Fun and Simple Guide to Playing Guitar, Tom Kolb.

1979 -Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love -Come As You Are -Cross Road Blues (Crossroads) -Down On The Corner -Dust In The Wind -Fun, Fun, Fun -Iron Man -La Bamba -La Grange -Love Song -Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) -Pride And Joy -Rhiannon -Smells Like Teen Spirit -Smoke On The Water -Substitute -Sultans Of Swing -Sweet Child O' Mine -Takin' Care Of Business -The Thrill Is Gone -Time -Walk Don't Run -You've Got A Friend. 208 pages. CD TABLATURE

Series: Guitar Book
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Tom Kolb

Have you struggled through tedious lessons and boring instruction books in your desire to learn to play the guitar? If you wish there was a fun and engaging way to motivate you in your guitar playing quest, then this is it: All About Guitar is for you. Whether it's learning to read music, playing in a rock band, finding the right instrument, or all of the above, this enjoyable guide will help you to finally start playing your favorite songs in many different styles. Plus, learn interesting tidbits on guitar gear, care and maintenance, and other fun stuff about the guitar. This fun-filled, easy-to-use guide includes:

- An introduction to guitars

- Step-by-step music reading instruction

- Background on various styles of music, including dozens of favorite songs

- Performing tips.

25 songs, including: Come as You Are - Cross Road Blues (Crossroads) - Dust in the Wind - Iron Man - Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) - Pride and Joy - Smoke on the Water - Substitute - Sultans of Swing - Sweet Child O' Mine - Takin' Care of Business - You've Got a Friend - and more. 198 pages.

Table of contents
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Birthday Song
Come As You Are
Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)
Down On The Corner
Dust In The Wind
Fun, Fun, Fun
Iron Man
La Bamba
La Grange
Love Song
My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean
1979
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Ode To Joy
Pride And Joy
Rhiannon
Scarborough Fair
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Smoke On The Water
The Streets Of Laredo
Substitute
Sultans Of Swing
Sweet Child O' Mine
Takin' Care Of Business
The Thrill Is Gone
Time
Walk Don't Run
When The Saints Go Marching In
Wildwood Flower
The Yellow Rose Of Texas
You've Got A Friend

The world would be a strange place without the guitar. Think about it-who would accompany all those campfire sing-alongs at the beach? Ever try to drag a baby-grand piano across the sand? What would John, Paul, and George have strapped on their shoulders on the "Ed Sullivan Show?" Accordions? What instrument would be casually propped in a corner of your living room, or lovingly tucked away in a case under your bed? A tuba? Well, maybe. Thankfully, we don't have to worry about those scenarios because the guitar is a reality. In actuality, it's the most popular instrument in the world.
The mere fact that you are holding this book in your hands proves that you're at least casually interested in the guitar. Or, maybe you really want to learn how to play. Perhaps you simply want to purchase a guitar for a friend or loved one. Or you're a professional guitarist who's looking for source material with which to teach beginners or intermediates. If you fit any of these descriptions, then there's something in All About Guitar for you. I truly hopeyou enjoy this bookand find it useful. Good luck, and may music always be a part of your life. -Tom Kolb

ABOUT THIS BOOK
From a general viewpoint, All About Guitar is geared toward the beginning to intermediate guitarist who wishes to learn and improve his or her playing. More importantly, it's an easy-tofollow manual to guide him or her through various guitar-related subjects, such as purchasing a guitar; changing strings; buying gear (amplifiers, effects, cords, etc.); famous players; and essential listening. AAG is also an entertaining read for those who are simply interested in the guitar and its role in music. Furthermore, AAG, unlike similar publications, uses copyrighted (read: popular) songs, selected riffs and solos, and five full-blown songs (see Section 5) to demonstrate key factors of guitar playing in various styles.

Do I Need To Read Music?
Good news! You don't need to read a fly-spec of music to benefit from AAG. Although traditional music notation appears throughout the book, it's accompanied by a user-friendly brand of guitar notation known as tablature. Tablature is a logical, visual system that tells you what string to play and what fret to press down on. Very simple! Also, there are pictures and diagrams that show you how to form chords. And don't forget the accompanying CD. All of the examples in the book are performed on the CD, so you can learn by simply listening.
Here's a guideline you can follow to help take in the information in the book:
Look at the pictures and diagrams. Much can be learned by simply copying the hand positions
shown in the photos, or the fingerings depicted in the diagrams.
Follow the guitar tablature. This easy-to-follow system tells you exactly which strings to
pluck and what frets to press down on.
Listen to the CD for reference. Some people learn just by listening. Use the CD to aurally
reinforce the visual information in the book.
Gradually rely on the music staff as you improve. This is not absolutely necessary. As a matter of fact, many great guitarists can't read music. But if you're interested in learning to read traditional music notation, it's located right above the tablature examples in the book.

ALL ABOUT GUITAR
Do , Need an Electric or Acoustic Guitar?
It makes no difference if you own an electric or acoustic guitar. If your guitar has six strings (instead of four or 12), it's a standard guitar and, if set up and tuned properly, behaves like any other six-string guitar. All of the examples in this book are playable on either an electric or acoustic guitar. If, for example, you don't own a guitar, this book will help you find the right instrument that will fill your needs and fit your budget (see Chapter 22).

ABOUT THE CD
The majority of the music examples found in AAG are performed on the accompanying CD. To locate the appropriate audio example, simply match the audio-icon number (located in the left margin) with the track number on the CD. Some tracks include two or more performances. In these cases, "minutes and seconds" information is given, which indicates where each example is located within the track. In most cases, the featured guitar is mixed hard right (right side of your stereo system), with the backing instruments mixed hard left. This allows you to isolate the guitar example by dialing your balance knob to the right, eliminating (or diminishing) the volume level of the backing instruments. You can also dial out the featured guitar by spinning the balance to the left. In this way, you can play along to the rhythm track without the interference of the featured guitar. (If your system doesn't have a balance control, you can isolate either side by disconnecting one of the speakers. If you're using headphones or earphones, simply remove either the left or right side from your ear.) Each example on the CD is preceded by the sound of clicking drumsticks performing a "count off." The count off is an aural warning that sets the tempo (speed) of the example and tells you when to begin. Think of it as having your very own instructor saying, "One-two-readybegin." If the example is in 4/4 time (see "Playing a Chord Progression," Chapter 7), the sticks will click four times. Examples in 3/4 time have three clicks up front.

COMMON TERMS USED IN THIS BOOK
There are several descriptive terms that you'll occasionally encounter as you work your way through the book. Here is a list of these terms and their definitions: Higher: Generally, this means higher in pitch (see "A Crash Course on the Music Staff," Chapter 8), or "up" the neck (fretboard), toward the body of the guitar. Lower: This is the opposite of higher, and translates to "down" the neck (fretboard), or toward the guitar's headstock (where the tuning pegs are located). Right handlleft hand: We know that not everyone is right-handed, but for the sake of continuity the direction "right hand" will correspond to the picking/strumming hand (the hand that strikes the strings), with "left hand" referring to the fretting hand (the hand that presses the strings to the fretboard). If you choose to play the guitar left-handed, think of the right hand as your left, and vice-versa. Guitar: When the word "guitar" is used in this book, it refers to a standard six-string guitarnot a 12-string, seven-string, or any such derivative.


BRIEF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION .
About This Book .
About the CD .
Common Terms Used in This Book .
Icon Legend .
SECTION 1 Preparation .
Chapter 1: Guitar Anatomy .
Chapter 2: Tune Up or Tune Out .
Chapter 3: Necessary Equipment .
Chapter 4: Proper Posture .
Chapter 5: Practice Habits ,
SECTION 2 Playing 101 .
Chapter 6: Guitar otation .
Chapter 7: Basic Chords .
Chapter 8: Playing Melodies .
SECTION 3 Advanced Playing .
Chapter 9: Seventh Chords .
Chapter 10: Barre Chords .
Chapter 11: Power Chords .
Chapter 12: The Pentatonic Scale .
Chapter 13: Making Your Guitar Sing .
SECTION 4 Stylistic Playing .
Chapter 14: Rock .
Chapter 15: Blues .
Chapter 16: Folk/Country .
SECTION 5 Full Song Transcriptions .
Chapter 17: "Fun, Fun, Fun" .
Chapter 18: "The Thrill Is Gone" .
Chapter 19: "Smoke on the Water" .
Chapter 20: "Dust in the Wind" .
Chapter 21: "Smells Like Teen Spirit" .
SECTION 6 Equipment .
Chapter 22: Guitars, Guitars, Guitars .
Chapter 23: Amps .
Chapter 24: Accessories .
Chapter 25: Putting On New Strings .
SECTION 7 Who's Who .
Chapter 26: Ten Groundbreaking Guitarists .
Chord Chart ,
About the Author .
Acknowledgments '
Musicians



FULL CONTENTS

Introduction .
About This Book .
Do I Need to Read Music? .
Do I Need an Electric or Acoustic Guitar? .
About the CD .
Common Terms Used in This Book .
Icon Legend .

SECTION I Preparation .

Chapter 1: Guitar Anatomy .
Electric VS. Acoustic .
Parts of the Guitar .
How Acoustic Guitars Work .
How Electric Guitars Work .
How the Guitar Is Played .
String Length and Pitch .
Fretting the Instrument .
Using Both Hands .

Chapter 2: Tune Up or Tune Out .
Names and Pitches of the Strings .
String Numbering System .
Names of the Strings .
Tuning the Guitar to the CD .
Tuning the Guitar to a Piano .
Tuning the Guitar to Itself .
The Fifth-fret Tuning Process .
Tuning "With Harmonics .
Tuning "With an Electronic Tuner .
Other Tuning Methods .

Chapter 3: Necessary Equipment .
Should I Learn on an Acoustic or an Electric Guitar? .
Acoustic Guitar .
Electric Guitar .
Accessories .
Guitar Case .
Picks .
Shoulder Strap ,
Extra Strings ,
Guitar Cloth ,
Do I Need an Amplifier? .

Chapter 4: Proper Posture .
Playing While Seated .
Playing While Standing .
Right-hand Position .
Playing With a Pick .
Fingerpicking (a.k.a. Fingerstyle) .
Left-hand Position .
Home-base Position .
Fretting Notes .

Chapter 5: Practice Habits .
Preparing to Practice .
Location .
Materials .
Time Allotment .
Creating a Practice Schedule (Power Practicing) .
How Much Should I Practice? .
What Should I Practice? .
Putting It All Together .
Dividing Your Time .
Setting Goals .
Practicing Away From the Guitar .
Ear Training .

SECTION 2 Playing

Chapter 6: Guitar Notation .
Tablature .
Chord Frames .
Box Patterns .
Chapter 7: Basic Chords .
Playing Your First Chord .
The E Major Chord .
Yuck-That Doesn't Sound Right .
Chord Families .
A-family Chords .
A and D Major .
Strumming and Changing .
Playing a Chord Progression .
Playing and Singing a Song in the Key of A .
"When the Saints Go Marching In" .
D-family Chords .
The G Major Chord .
A New Strumming Pattern .
A Classic Progression .
G-family Chords .
C and Am Chords .
Playing a Progression in the Key of G .
Playing a Cowboy Song in the Key of G .
"Streets of Laredo" .
C-family Chords .
Em, Dm, and F Chords .
Putting C-family Chords to Good Use .
Using C-family Chords in a Minor Way .
"Scarborough Fair" .
Ice Cream Changes .

Chapter 8: Playing Melodies .
Picking Out Your First Scale .
The C Major Scale .
A Crash Course on the Music Staff .
Left-hand Fingering .
Playing Melodies in the Key of C .
Extending the C Major Scale Pattern .
Playing Songs in the Key of C .
"Ode to oy .
"Birthday Song" .
"YellowRose of Texas" .
"My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean" .
The Relative A Minor Scale ,
Playing A Minor Scale Melodies .
Gaining Speed With Alternate Picking .
"Yankee Doodle" '
"Sailor's Hornpipe" ,

SECTION 3 Advanced Playing .

Chapter 9: Seventh Chords .
Major-seventh Heaven .
Cmaj7, Fmaj7, Dmaj7, Amaj7, Gmaj7, and Emaj7 Chords .
Major-seventh Chord Progressions and Advanced Rhythms .
Dominant-seventh Chords .
G7, E7, A7, D7, C7, and B7 Chords .
The Shuffle Feel .
Shuffling Dominant-seventh Chords .
Minor-seventh Chords .
Em7, Am7, and Dm7 Chords .
Alternate Em7 and Am7 Voicings .
Sixteenth-note Rhythms .
Getting Funky With Minor-seventh Chords .
Mixing It All Together .

Chapter 10: Barre Chords .
Beyond Open Position .
The E-based Barre Chord .
Minor Barre Chords .
Other E-based Barre Chords .
A-based Barre Chords .
Major, Minor, Dominant Seventh, Minor Seventh, and Major Seventh ..
Playing Progressions With E-based and A-based Barre Chords .
Transposing .

Chapter 11: Power Chords .
What Is a Power Chord? .
E-based Power Chords .
"Iron Man" .
A-based Power Chords .
Palm-muting Power Chords .

Chapter 12: The Pentatonic Scale .
The Lead Guitarist's Best Friend .
What Is the Pentatonic Scale? .
The Open-position E Minor-pentatonic Scale .
E Minor-pentatonic Riffs and Licks .
Soloing in Different Keys .
Jamming "With the Minor-pentatonic Scale .
The Major-pentatonic Scale .
The Open-position G Major-pentatonic Scale .
The Movable Major-pentatonic Pattern .
Major-pentatonic Licks .
Major-pentatonicJams .
Chapter 13: Making Your Guitar Sing .
Legato .
Hammer-ons .
Pull-offs .
Combining Hammer-oilS and Pull-offs .
Slides .
Bends .
Vibrato .

SECTION 4 Stylistic Playing .

Chapter 14: Rock .
Rock Rhythm Guitar .
Chuck's Boogie .
"Takin' Care of Business" .
Two-note Rock .
"1979" .
"Rhiannon" .
Big, Fat Open Chords .
Sus Chords and Add Chords .
Triads and Pedal-tones .
"Substitute" .
Rock Lead Guitar .
Single-string Riffs .
"Down on the Corner" .
"Come As You Are" .
"La Bamba" .
"Sweet Child 0' Mine" .
"Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love" .
Rock Soloing .
"Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)" .
"La Grange" .
"Walk Don't Run" .
"Sultans of Swing" .
"Time" .

Chapter 15: Blues .
The 12-bar Blues Form .
Blues COlnping .
Boogie Patterns .
Chords .
Blues Soloing .
The Blues Scale .
Little Blues Boxes .
Playing a Blues Solo .
Intros and Turnaround Licks .
"Pride and Joy" .
Other Blues Progressions .

Chapter 16: Folk / Country .
Folk and Country Strumming .
Alternating-bass Rhythms .
Carter Strumming ,
"Wildwood Flower" '
Fingerstyle '
Arpeggio Patterns '
"Love Song" .
Travis Picking .
Using a Capo .
" orwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)" .
"You've Got a Friend" .
Hot Country Licks .
Bluegrass Runs .
Hybrid Picking .

SECTION5 Full-song Transcriptions .

Chapter 17: "Fun, Fun, Fun" . COMPLETA
Tone Tips .
Song Structure .
The Chords and Rhythms .
The Verses .
The Choruses and Outro .
The Solos .

Chapter 18: "The Thrill Is Gone" . COMPLETA
Tone Tips .
Song Structure .
The Chord Progression .
The Soloing .
Chapter 19: "Smoke on the Water" . COMPLETA
Tone Tips .
Song Structure .
The Main Riff .
The Verse Arpeggios .
The Chorus Chords .
The Outro Riffs .
The Solo .

Chapter 20: "Dust in the Wind" . COMPLETA
Tone Tips .
Song Structure .
The Fingerpicking Pattern .
The Voicings .
Putting It All Together .

Chapter 21: "Smells Like Teen Spirit" . COMPLETA
Tone Tips .
Song Structure .
Strumming the Main Riff .
The Secondary Riffs .
Melodic Soloing .
The Effects-pedal Soft-shoe Dance .

SECTION 6 Equipment .

Chapter 22: Guitars, Guitars, Guitars .
Acoustic Guitars .
Steel-string Acoustic .
Nylon-string (Classical) .
Acoustic/Electric .
Electric Guitars .
Solidbody Electrics .
Hollowbody Electrics .
Specialty Guitars .
12-string Guitars .
Seven-string .
Baritone Guitar .
Purchasing a Guitar .
What Type of Guitar Do I Want? .
Taking the First Step .
Eureka-I Found It! .
Closing the Deal .

Chapter 23: Amps .
How Does an Amp Work? .
Practice Amps .
Performance Amps .
Combo Amps .
Head/Cabinet Amps .
Specialty Amps .
Dialing In a Tone .

Chapter 24: Accessories
Just In Case .
Gig Bags
Hard-shell Cases
Flight Cases .
Pickups .
Single-coils and Humbuckers
Strings
Odds & Ends
Capos ..
Slides
Cables
Straps
Picks
Headphone Amps
Electronic Tuners
Guitar Stands
String-changing Tools
Chapter 25: Putting On New Strings
Changing Strings
Removing Old Strings
Stringing-up Acoustics .
Changing Nylon Strings
Re-stringing an Electric Guitar
Whammy-bar Frustration

SECTION 7 Who's Who

Chapter 26: Ten Groundbreaking Guitarists
Andres Segovia (1893-1987)
RobertJohnson (1911-1938)
Charlie Christian (1916-1942)
Django Reinhardt (1910-1953)
Chet Atkins (1924-2001)
B.B. King (1925-) .
Chuck Berry (1926-) ..
Eric Clapton (1945-)
Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) .
Eddie Van Halen (1955-)
Chord Chart
About the Author.
Acknowledgments
Musicians

 

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METODO DI CHITARRA AUTODIDATTA TOM FLEMING CD LIBRO TABLATURE R.E.M.-Green Day-Jimi Hendrix

Metodo di Chitarra Autodidatta

Autore Tom Fleming

LIBRO CON CD E TABLATURE

Testo dedicato a chi si avvicina per la prima volta alla chitarra. Vengono innanzitutto affrontati vari temi che un principiante deve conoscere: la scelta del tipo di strumento più adatto a sé, la corretta postura, l'accordatura. Quindi, attraverso lo studio di brani famosi, lo studente apprende i principali accordi, le tecniche fondamentali per l'accompagnamento, le basi del solismo. Il libro è mirato in particolare agli autodidatti, ed è adeguato sia ai chitarristi elettrici sia a quelli acustici. Un ottimo punto di partenza per chi, seppure alle prime armi, vuole confrontarsi da subito con i pezzi di R.E.M., Green Day, Jimi Hendrix e tanti altri. Per imparare, finalmente, divertendosi.

Contenuti

Introduzione pagina 3
Quale tipo di chitarra è adatto a me? - Equipaggiamento - Postura - Accordatura - Tipologie di
notazione per chitarra
Unità 1 Si parte! pagina 8
Strumming - Accordi - La questione dei tre accordi - Strumming - altri ritmi - Metti alla prova il
tuo orecchio
Unità 2 Introduzione alla tablatura e alle note singole pagina 13
Nozioni fondamentali - Altre melodie in tablatura
Unità 3 Nuovi accordi e ritmi pagina 16
Strumming - un nuovo ritmo - Ritmo puntato - Sincopi
Ricapitolazione pagina 21
Unità 4 Introduzione alla notazione standard pagina 23
Nozioni fondamentali - Pennate verso l'alto e verso il basso nella chitarra solista
Unità 5 Power chord pagina 26
Power chord - due o tre note? - Damping (stoppato) con la mano sinistra - Semicrome -
Distorsione
Unità 6 Altri nuovi accordi pagina 32
Accenti - Altre note - Brani in prima posizione
Unità 7 Stili di chitarra ritmica pagina 37
Accordi con barrè - Semplici riff -risonanti-
Unità 8 Notazione più avanzata pagina 44
Chiavi e armature di chiave
Unità 9 Arpeggi pagina 47
Tempo composto
Unità 10 Il blues pagina 50
Scala minore pentatonica - Scala blues - Swing - Improvvisazione
Unità 11 Il chitarrista versatile pagina 53
Bending - Slide - Vibrato - Chitarra ritmica
Unità 12 Nuovi trucchetti, altre canzoni pagina 57
Barrè- mancati!
Ricapitolazione pagina 60
Glossario degli accordi pagina 64

 

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