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ISBN:
0711967504
Author:
Matt Scharfglass
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Music Sales America; 1st edition (February 10, 2006)
Pages:
54 pages
EPUB book:
1226 kb
FB2 book:
1817 kb
DJVU:
1801 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
692


Starting Guitar is a successful and enjoyable introduction to playing the guitar

Music Sales America). Starting Guitar is a successful and enjoyable introduction to playing the guitar. It has been designed specifically with children in mind: the book and CD are packed with pop, folk, rock and classical pieces that are all easy to approach and yet great fun to play. It is the number one method for young guitarists and is much like having your own music teacher!

Starting Guitar book. It has been designed specifically with children in mind: the book and CD are packed with pop, folk, rock and classical pieces that are all easy to approach and yet great fun to play

Starting Guitar book. It is the number one method for young guitarists and is much like having your own music teacher! Simply listen. Starting Guitar is a successful and enjoyable induction to playing the guitar.

Music Sales America). Starting Guitar is a successful and enjoyable introduction to playing the guitar

Music Sales America). It is the number one method for young guitarists and is much like having your own music teacher! Simply listen to the CD, practice the pieces from the book, and then play along with the backing tracks

If you started with the first (Beginning) book in this series you will be VERY dissapointed by this follow up book. Simply put, Matt's Complete Blues Guitar Method (intermediate) spends WAY too much time rehashing stuff covered in the beginner book (nearly 50% of the book)

If you started with the first (Beginning) book in this series you will be VERY dissapointed by this follow up book. Simply put, Matt's Complete Blues Guitar Method (intermediate) spends WAY too much time rehashing stuff covered in the beginner book (nearly 50% of the book). Such an unfortunate and lost opportunity in my opinion, not to mention an insult to trees that were harmed in the making of the book

Starting Guitar (Book & CD) By Matt Scharfglass.

Starting Guitar (Book & CD) By Matt Scharfglass.

Guitar Book & Enhanced CD. A thorough course, paced for beginners. Become a great blues guitarist by starting with the fundamentals-like holding the guitar, tuning up, and playing simple chords and notes-and continue to grow with more advanced topics explored later, like slides, tritone patterns and double stops. All the music in each 48-page book is shown in TAB as well as standard music notation and demonstrated on the accompanying CD and/or DVD.

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Plus a book won't tell you if what you're playing sounds right. Mel Bay's Guitar Method is good for learning how to read. Tabs are great if you want to rock out from the start. Try and find something that comes with a CD or DVD. If you have some cash to invest in a comprehensive instruction course with a book and several DVD's, look up "Learn & Master Guitar. Nov 19, 2007, 9:27 AM. Like. The Guitar Techniques Handbook is good for learning tapping and sweeps and stuff. Feb 20, 2017, 11:59 AM.

(Music Sales America). Starting Guitar is a successful and enjoyable introduction to playing the guitar. It has been designed specifically with children in mind: the book and CD are packed with pop, folk, rock and classical pieces that are all easy to approach and yet great fun to play. It is the number one method for young guitarists and is much like having your own music teacher! Simply listen to the CD, practice the pieces from the book, and then play along with the backing tracks. You will soon become proficient at reading notation, tablature, chord diagrams and a host of other musical symbols. A number of example and repertoire pieces have been included to help learning and these begin with basic single-line melodies and progress to full chords and strumming patterns. This method is packed full with tips, helpful diagrams, summary checklists, re-caps and loads of useful advice so you'll be playing the guitar in no time!