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Speed Accuracy Technique for Guitar Level 3

Author : Greg Studley
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Greg Studley, author of A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, has designed this book series to gradually enhance three essential components of the modern guitarist – speed, accuracy and technique. Regardless of the musical genre that you are exploring, whether it be jazz, blues, rock, metal, country or otherwise, these three categories should all be in harmony to allow you to play your best. The exercises contained within this series will not only train the fingers of your fretting hand, but will also enhance your picking techniques and create synonymous movement between the two. Speed, Accuracy & Technique for Guitar: Level 3 will challenge any player to improve their playing abilities. With a combination of eighth note triplet and sixteenth note exercises that will constantly push your limits of speed and accuracy, this book will help your fingers be ready for whatever music may be put in front of you. The picking patterns for triplets and sixteenth notes are clearly defined, ensuring that you are always using the best possible picking patterns. Also, with much more complex finger patterns than those used in Levels 1 and 2, your fingers will move with a new degree of independence. This book is nothing short of teaching your fingers to react when you want, and how you want. For those who purchase the book, free mp3s of the exercises are available at www.improvisingwithknowledge.com.

Speed Accuracy Technique for Guitar Complete Guide

Author : Greg Studley
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Greg Studley, author of A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, has designed this book series to gradually enhance three essential components of the modern guitarist – speed, accuracy and technique. Regardless of the musical genre that you are exploring, whether it be jazz, blues, rock, metal, country or otherwise, these three categories should all be in harmony to allow you to play your best. The exercises contained within this series will not only train the fingers of your fretting hand, but will also enhance your picking techniques and create synonymous movement between the two. Speed, Accuracy & Technique for Guitar: Complete Guide (Levels 1-3) contains all 79 exercises included in the individual Levels. These exercises begin at basic quarter note linear playing, and slowly expand to include string switching, finger rolls, string skipping, slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, eighth notes, alternate picking, triplets and eventually sixteenth notes that will push the boundaries of your speed and accuracy. Although this Complete Guide starts at a basic level, even seasoned players will be put to the test when working through the exercises of Level 3. This book is nothing short of teaching your fingers to react when you want, and how you want. For those who purchase the book, free mp3s of the exercises are available at http://www.improvisingwithknowledge.com.

Speed Accuracy Technique for Guitar Level 2

Author : Greg Studley
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Greg Studley, author of A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, has designed this book series to gradually enhance three essential components of the modern guitarist – speed, accuracy and technique. Regardless of the musical genre that you are exploring, whether it be jazz, blues, rock, metal, country or otherwise, these three categories should all be in harmony to allow you to play your best. The exercises contained within this series will not only train the fingers of your fretting hand, but will also enhance your picking techniques and create synonymous movement between the two. Speed, Accuracy & Technique for Guitar: Level 2 is designed for intermediate guitarists looking to advance their picking and fingering techniques. Because conquering the technique of alternate picking is essential to increasing your speed, the majority of this book is based around eighth note exercises with alternate picking. As you advance further, you will have to apply this picking style to exercises that include frequent string switching, string skipping, and numerous finger patterns. The slide, hammer-on and pull-off exercises will help you gain solid control of your fretting hand to apply these techniques at ever increasing speeds, using any possible fingering. For those who purchase the book, free mp3s of the exercises are available at www.improvisingwithknowledge.com.

Speed Accuracy and Technique for Guitar Level 1

Author : Greg Studley
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Greg Studley, author of A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising with Knowledge, has designed this book series to gradually enhance three essential components of the modern guitarist - speed, accuracy and technique. Regardless of the musical genre that you are exploring, whether it be jazz, blues, rock, metal, country or otherwise, these three categories should all be in harmony to allow you to play your best. The exercises contained within this series will not only train the fingers of your fretting hand, but will also enhance your picking techniques and create synonymous movement between the two. Speed, Accuracy & Technique for Guitar: Level 1 is a great book for beginner guitarists or those who have spent most of their time as rhythm guitarists. The book begins with a few fundamental quarter note picking exercises and then works toward building independence between the fingers of the fretting hand, ensuring that all four fingers are equally utilized. Before too long, the techniques of finger rolls, string switching, string skipping, slides, hammer-ons and pull-offs are all introduced. By the end of this book, you will be playing at more than 2x the speed from which you started, have a high level of finger and picking accuracy, and have solid control of the most essential guitar techniques. For those who purchase the book, free MP3 tracks of the exercises are available at www.improvisingwithknowledge.com.

Speed Accuracy Technique for Bass Complete Guide

Author : Greg Studley
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This book series is designed to gradually enhance three essential components of the modern bassist – speed, accuracy and technique. Regardless of the musical genre that you are exploring, whether it be jazz, blues, rock, metal, country or otherwise, these three categories should all be in harmony to allow you to play your best. The exercises contained within this series will not only train the fingers of your fretting hand, but will also enhance your picking techniques and create synonymous movement between the two. Speed, Accuracy & Technique for Bass: Complete Guide (Levels 1-3) contains all 79 exercises included in the individual Levels. These exercises begin at basic quarter note linear playing, and slowly expand to include string switching, finger rolls, string skipping, slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, eighth notes, alternate picking, triplets and eventually sixteenth notes that will push the boundaries of your speed and accuracy. Although this Complete Guide starts at a basic level, even seasoned players will be put to the test when working through the exercises of Level 3. This book is nothing short of teaching your fingers to react when you want, and how you want.

Guitar Technique

Author : Bruce E. Arnold
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This book is for both the beginning guitarist or the more experienced guitarist who wishes to improve their technique. All aspects of the physical act of playing the guitar are covered, from how to hold a guitar, to the specific way each hand is involved in the playing process. Pictures are provided within the book to help clarify each technique. More valuable explanatory pictures and videos can be downloaded for free at www.muse-eek.com This book is excerpted from "1st Steps for a Beginning Guitarist Volume One."

Bowker s Complete Video Directory

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Electric Guitar Playing Grade 3

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This book is part of an acclaimed series by the Registry of Guitar Tutors. This book covers all the material needed for the Registry of Guitar Tutors Grade Three electric guitar examination, enabling you to gain an internationally recognized qualification. It is ideal for the early stage to intermediate level player. The material covered includes: 2 octave scales in all keys; major and minor 2 octave arpeggios; major and minor barre chords in 2 positions; exercises in rhythm playing and improvisation, and full details of spoken tests on the anatomy of the guitar and aural assessment. Whether or not you are interested in taking an RGT exam, studying this course will help you achieve your full potential as a guitarist by developing all aspects of your guitar playing, increasing your knowledge of specialist electric guitar techniques and improving your understanding of the music theory that relates to electric guitar playing.

Guitar Technique Builders Series Tapping

Author : Guy Capuzzo
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This book gives you detailed descriptions of the most effective tapping techniques. Music examples, shown in both standard music notation and TAB, are large and easy-to-read. Includes plenty of fun technique-building exercises. The recording demonstrates each example.

Sherman Keene s Practical Techniques for the Recording Engineer

Author : Sherman Keene
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