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Learn How to Play the Guitar by Nick Freeth

Learn How to Play the Guitar by Nick Freeth

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Learn How to Play the Guitar by Nick Freeth

Title:

Learn How to Play the Guitar

Subtitle:

A Step-By-Step Teaching Guide with more than 200 Photographs

Author:

Nick Freeth

ISBN 10:

1-86147-317-6

ISBN 13:

9781861473172

Language:

English

Publisher:

Abbeydale Press

Genre/Subject:

Music

Place of publication:

UK

Year Published:

2010

Binding:

Hard Cover

Number of Pages:

160

Dimensions (mm):

240 x 307 x 22 mm

Shipping Weight (g):

1200

Price (SEK):

250

Description:

A detailed, extensively illustrated guide that will teach you the essentials of acoustic and electric guitar playing.

Shows you how to read staff notation and tablature. Includes information about blues techniques and alternative tunings.

Shows you how to select the right equipment and how to maintain it.

Have you ever dreamed of being able to pick up a guitar and perform before an adoring crowd captivated by your talent, whether it be in the supercharged atmosphere of a rock concert or the moody ambience of a blues or jazz club? Guitar heroes are the stuff of modern musical legend... but even guitar heroes have to start somewhere, painstakingly picking out basic notes and simple chords as they take their first steps along the road to fame. With more than 40,000 copies in print, this detailed, extensively illustrated book is the ideal guide to accompany aspiring guitarists on their journey of musical discovery. Learn How to Play the Guitar is a comprehensive beginners’ introduction to steel-strung (acoustic and electric) guitar playing and basic musicianship. It tells you what to look for when choosing your first instrument and amplifier, demonstrates the techniques used to form and pick notes and chords, and shows how you can greatly extend your abilities by learning to read musical notation and tablature. There are chord diagrams and exercises to assist you as you practice, as well as up-to-the-minute information to help you select the right electronic effects and accessories, and advice on finding out more about particular playing styles that interest you. The book’s step-by-step explanations are illustrated with more than 200 specially shot photographs. Nick Freeth began playing guitar as a teenager. After a 20-year career in music radio production, initially at the BBC World Service and Jazz FM, and later as a freelance programer, he wrote his first book, The Acoustic Guitar, in collaboration with Charles Alexander in 1997; The Electric Guitar, by the same authors, appeared the following year. Nick’s subsequent work has focused on both music and American culture: it includes Icons of the Guitar (2001, with Cliff Douse), as well as highly acclaimed guides to Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway, and a history of the U.S. in the 1940s. A keen acoustic and electric guitarist, Nick’s favourite players are Ry Cooder, Pat Metheny, Jerry Garcia and Frank Zappa. With over 40,000 printed copies sold, this is a comprehensive beginners’ introduction to steel-strung (acoustic and electric) guitar playing and basic musicianship. The book tells you what to look for when choosing your first instrument and amplifier, demonstrates the techniques used to form and pick notes and chords, and shows how you can extend your abilities by learning to read musical notation and tablature.

Contents:

Introduction

6

1 Choosing a Guitar and Amp

8

2 Basic Playing Skill

20

3 Theory and Practice

44

4 Scales and Beyond

68

5 The 12-Bar Blues

96

6 More Advanced Techniques

112

7 Where To Now?

128

Chord Dictionary

144

Glossary

156

Index

160

 

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