Published June 1, 1998
by Hal Leonard Corporation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
This book is a virtual encyclopedia of great electric guitar players, with 35 chapters examining the major players in each important era of rock. The book begins with rock's birth from the blues, 5/5(2). This is a truly incredible book for those who are interested in classic rock music. By using this book, you can directly apply theory to popular music of the last 50 years! Fretboard Theory mainly focuses on fret notation, so that’s worth knowing if you want to learn staff notation as well. Book and CD $ Electric Blues Rock Guitar, The s, 40s and 50s LESSON ONE: BEGINNINGS - THE ROOTS OF ELECTRIC BLUES - Electric blues stylists grew out of the guitar picking of versatile single-string soloists like Lonnie Johnson and Scrapper Blackwell and the country bluesmen, turned electric, like Lightnin’ Hopkins and John Lee Hooker. The Greatest Rock Guitar Fake Book. Series: Fake Book TAB Artist: Various This is the ultimate rock guitar collection! It features classic and contemporary hits with melody, lyrics and chord frames, plus authentically transcribed guitar parts in notes and tablature! Songs include: All Day and All of the Night • American Woman • Angie.
Its roots go much deeper. Traces of rock and roll can be found in the slaves who brought their rhythms from Africa, and from white pilgrims with primitive stringed instruments that became the guitar. Many thousands of guitarists all around the world have started their playing careers using these books. Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book & CD (or book without CD) Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book 1. The Hal Leonard Guitar Method book is a perennial favorite among teachers and pupils alike. Starting with the very basics, such as how to hold a guitar and the parts of a guitar, this . This book provides an extensive collection of chords that are not often seen and may be especially useful for guitarists whose music is outside the rock and folk genres. Cons This book does not lay flat and may not be an ideal choice if you need to use it during practice sessions or performances. If the Complete Technique book is good for quick starts, this would be the bullet train. Another Hal Leonard selection, this is a trim 48 pages for teaching you how to hold a guitar for the first.
The Roots of Great Guitar Playing. By Paul Howard. Guitar Book & CD. For anyone who's ever wanted to add bluegrass to their list of playing styles but never knew where to begin, Guitar Roots: Bluegrassprovides all the elements for finding an authentic bluegrass sound. Clear, easy-to-understand examples demonstrate slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs,Category: Guitar Method or Supplement. Browse our wide selection of guitar methods, TAB songbooks, and play-alongs, from the industry's leading authors, educators, artists, and rock bands. The Roots of Rockabilly Rhythm Guitar. How to play Rockabilly Classics. Rockabilly Rules! My customers get a lot of satisfaction out of learning a solo they’ve been trying to learn all of their lives. Many of my customers are working musicians who simply don’t have the time or patience to work out a guitar . Root Note, Tone, Tone, Semitone, Tone, Tone, Tone, Semitone. You can think of the root note as the ‘home’ note, or starting point for any given scale. For example, the root note of the A Major scale is ‘A’. The root note of the D minor scale is ‘D’. The root note of the Eb (“E Flat”) Major scale is ‘Eb’.