Peter Nuttall: The Guitarist's Way - Book 2

Books | Guitar

Publisher: Holley Music
Series: Guitarist's Way
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
This book moves into new areas of technique and musicianship, while reinforcing the skills learned in Book 1. We discover quavers, dotted rhythms and two-note chords, as well as sharps, flats and naturals. The remaining bass notes are introduced through a series of caerfully graded melodies. We then move on to a few higher notes, combined wuth some simple position changing.
ISBN: 9790708021025
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 11 March 2000
No of pages: 16
Language: English
Catalogue No: HOLLS002

          Peter Nuttall: The Guitarist's Way - Book 2 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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          Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 9 reviews
          10 out of 10


          Lisbon GB
          It's the best initial grade book i've found. It's got a great progress rate, so anybody can follow this book.
          Could be a bit longer.
          Confirmed purchase: 23 January 2017
          Published on: 07 February 2017
          10 out of 10


          GB Rarely without my guitar
          The second book in a most excellent series for young learners
          It relies on you having worked through Book 1
          Confirmed purchase: 05 July 2016
          Published on: 29 November 2016
          8 out of 10


          Trowbridge GB Hard working Mum
          This was for my son who tells me it is a good book and helps him with his learning of the guitar
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 11 May 2015
          Published on: 27 May 2015

          Musicroom Reviews

          Book 2 of the best series of classical guitar books on the market. Might not be suitable for self-learning, but I have bought and slod on hundreds of these books with no complaint and many many favourable comments, and happy pupils
          Anonymous - (Yate, United Kingdom)
          Suitable for guitar lessons and easy to follow. Some songs are quite old could be more up to date.
          Anonymous - (Leicester, United Kingdom)
          Excellent books for my sons, 10 and 8 years old, who have been avidly learning to play the Guitar.
          Anonymous - (Redditch, United Kingdom)
          A great book delivered quickly and at a good price by Musicroom
          Anonymous - (Tillingham, United Kingdom)
          Book 2 of Nuttall and Whitworth's 4 book set. I have tried many guitar tutors over the years, and these are the best. A smooth progression of varied and enjoyable pieces, from complete beginner to Grade 2 level. Although aimed at children, I have had success using these books with adults, too. I particularly like the way the higher positions are introduced early on, rather than leaving it until there is high level of proficiency in first position, and almost complete ignorance of the rest of the neck.
          Anonymous - (Lytham St.Annes, United Kingdom)
          Although I don't tend to use GW 1 with younger pupils, I do find myself coming back to GW2 as it has its merits. However, would prefer to have quavers introduced in GW1 and find in GW2 that there's not enough work on strings 4, 5 and 6. The chord studies are good but would prefer more consolidation of 1st position before going on to 5th. It means I have to provide supplementary material for pupils: not appropriate in school class setting where there's a resistance to spending more money on music.
          Anonymous - (Aylesbury, United Kingdom)
          Great follow on from the yellow book. About the best method (IMHO) on the market for primary aged children.
          Anonymous - (Warwick, United Kingdom)
          Perfect for young beginners from Day 1 up to Grade 2.
          Anonymous - (Dunmow, United Kingdom)
          Another excellent book building on from Book 1. I can't speak highly enough of this range. BUY IT.
          Anonymous - (Folkestone, United Kingdom)
          A good book that is easy to use
          Anonymous - (Leyburn, United Kingdom)
          A really good teaching book. My 8 year old daughter's using it in school and is really enjoying it. I think the improvements are very slight and the pieces quite small so it's good for keeping children's attention and enthusiasm
          Anonymous - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
          I like using this book and am making good progress in playing the guitar.
          Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
          Very good for teaching yourself as well as with a tutor
          Anonymous - (Pontypridd, United Kingdom)
          This has to be the best book around if you're teaching Key Stage 2 students. It's ideal preparation for the LCM Classical Guitar Step 1/ Trinity Guitar Initial grade exams.
          Anonymous - (Dunmow, United Kingdom)

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