Sarah McQuaid: The Irish DADGAD Guitar Book (CD Edition)

Books and CDs | Guitar

Catalogue No: OMB65
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Discover the quintessential Irish tonalities and hamonies of the DADGAD tuning system, and how to apply the tuning to all your solo and session playing. This comprehensive book provides clear details of chords, scales and their use in the melodies of the Irish tradition. As with any open tunings, the harmonic possibilities of combining melodies with chiming open strings will add a unique richness and warmth to your Guitar playing. A CD of demonstrated examples is included to help you get the best from this excellent tutorial.
ISBN: 9781900428972
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 01 August 2005
No of pages: 96
Language: English
Publisher: Music Sales
 
     
       
         

          Sarah McQuaid: The Irish DADGAD Guitar Book (CD Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Easy to read
          9.5
          Quality of content
          9.5
          Value for money
          10.0
          Overall rating
          9.5
          Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
          10 out of 10

          Ray

          St. Maries GB Bluegrass picker, beginning DADGAD.
          +
          The demo CD is really good and the personal comments and asides from Sarah are interesting and informative. Truly a clear and understandable book of instruction on DADGAD.
          There was or is nothing to dislike or complain about.
          Confirmed purchase: 12 October 2015
          Published on: 01 December 2015

          Musicroom Reviews

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          4
          I think it's a great book and easy to follow. All diagrams and charts are there and a lovely cd for practice. Excellent
          Anonymous - (Essex, United Kingdom)
          4
          Excellent ouvrage. N'est pas seulement un nouveau recueil de tablatures ou partitions, mais contient également de nombeux conseils. Présentation très soignée, accompagnée d'illustations de l'auteur. A mettre entre toutes les mains. . .
          Anonymous - (OLLIOULES, France)
          3
          Je pense que ce livre s'adresse à des guitaristes confirmés. Pour ma part, je regrette la notation assez brouillonne des tablatures et partitions, de même que le son du CD qui manque de définition et de clarté, ce qui n'est vraiment pas un atout pur la compréhension des morceaux (très beaux). Sinon, de très bonnes explications en anglais sur la guitare en général, l'open tuning utilisé, la manière de s'accorder, la théorie.
          Anonymous - (Besançon, France)
          1
          A disappointing book which does not live up to its title. More than half the book is devoted to the basics of the guitar and music - OK if you have not got this information anywhere else. There is a single worked example of accompanying/ backing a tune and the 4 and a bit pages devoted to it do not justify its inclusion in the title - really very poor. The rest of the book has very simple melody line TAB/notation for some tunes. Only of use if you like to play single notes with a plectrum in your bedroom! Utterly useless if you want to play at a pub session or with other instruments unless they play very quietly, OK if you need a starting point but look elsewhere if you are looking for a proper tutor for accompaniment or finger style DADGAD. I regret buying it and the CD is really only of use if you want to hear whet the melodies sound like, I'm sorry to say I found it rather aggravating. 1 star for the basics.
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