The Ultimate Guitar Chords, Scales & Arpeggios Handbook is a 285-Page Book and Video Course for learning scales, chords, arpeggios, music theory, and fretboard theory. It is designed to work very well in Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Smart Phone, Tablet, and eBook platforms. The book is organized in a 240-lesson format that takes you step by step through the essential elements of guitar playing. Each lesson builds on the next and the book is designed for beginners through advanced /virtuoso guitarists.
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This New Edition includes 2 1/2 Hours of Free Streaming Videos! The video lessons cover guitar technique, music theory, guitar licks and solos, how to play scales and arpeggios, Jam Tracks, and developing good practice goals. The following materials (in 1, 2, and 3 Octaves with fingerings and music theory) are covered in the 285 pages of this book: Major Chords, Scales, Arpeggios, Theory and Modes Minor Chords, Scales, Arpeggios, Theory and Modes, The Blues & Pentatonic Scales, 7th Chords & Arpeggios, Advanced Concepts (for example, 9th, 11th, and 13th Chords & Arpeggios), Chromatic Scales & Advanced / Exotic Scales,15 Free Play-Along Videos to improve improvising and musicality You might also find this book useful and fun, if you are a:
•Guitarist (from beginner to professional / advanced level), who would like to improve your technique, creativity, musical vocabulary, and music theory and fretboard understanding.
•Guitar Teacher, who is looking for material to teach your students about chords, scales, arpeggios, music theory, the notes of the guitar neck, fretboard theory, technique, songwriting, and improvising / building guitar solos.
•Songwriter, who would like to expand your creativity and the variety of chords, melodies, and textures in your songs.
•Teacher, who would like to play the guitar in the classroom and improve your technique, creativity, and understanding of the guitar.
•Parent, who would like your children to learn how to play the guitar.
•Musician, who would like to add the guitar to the instruments you know how to play.