100 Guitar Tips You Should Have Been Told

Books and CDs | Guitar

Publisher: Music Sales
Author: David Mead
Series: 100 Tips
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Essential information and tips to become as great as the professionals. David Mead shares his expert knowledge, revealing the secrets of the playing styles of some 50 great guitar heroes including Eric Clapton, David Gilmour and Peter Green. Lessons include reading tablature, rhythm work, lead techniques and tricks, scales and pentatonics, improvisation, and solo building. An accompanying CD is packed with examples to help along the way.
ISBN: 9781860742958
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 28 February 2002
No of pages: 119
Language: English
Catalogue No: SMT1760

          Musicroom Reviews

          There's so much wisdom in this book that it's hard to know where to start. I wish I'd had access to it when I started playing - it would have saved me so much frustration. David Mead focuses on 'real world' playing skills, so the emphasis is more on stuff like working songs out by ear, building solos from scratch and becoming a good rhythm player, rather than obsessively practising millions of scales and giving obscure Greek names to everything. I humbly suggest that his approach is the right one. Ninety percent of everything I've ever played during my 10 years of Guitar is covered by this book. I think it has something to offer most players, but I especially recommend it if you're a beginner.
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