Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book 1 Second Edition

Books | Guitar

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
The Hal Leonard Guitar Method is designed for anyone just learning to play acoustic or electric guitar. It is based on years of teaching guitar students of all ages, and it also reflects some of the best guitar teaching ideas from around the world. Book one includes:
  • tuning
  • playing position
  • musical symbols
  • Notes in First Position
  • C, G, G7, D, D7, A7, and Em Chords
  • Rhythms Through Eightth Notes
  • Struming and Picking
  • 100 Great Songs, Riffs and Examples.
ISBN: 9780793512454
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 22 July 2003
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00699010

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          Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
          10 out of 10


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          Confirmed purchase: 20 May 2016
          Published on: 08 June 2016
          8 out of 10


          Harrow GB book purchased for daughter
          Good for beginners
          Confirmed purchase: 15 February 2016
          Published on: 01 March 2016
          10 out of 10


          east tilbury GB
          This book is easy to follow and can really get you started on playing the guitar. It helps you with reading music and is very clear to follow.
          There is nothing I have found that I don't like at the moment with this book.
          Confirmed purchase: 31 December 2014
          Published on: 23 January 2015

          Musicroom Reviews

          This is an excellent book for beginners of every age over about 9 years (given the vintage of some of the songs). As a teacher, I like its versatility in that it starts with individual notes in staff notation so it can lead into classical guitar, but chords are also introduced and basic strum techniques etc. as needed for rock and pop guitar. Book 2 is better for the latter than for classical.
          Anonymous - (Sidmouth, United Kingdom)