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Arpeggios for Guitar [Format Kindle]

Don Latarski
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Shows each arpeggio in five positions in a simple diagram format. For every arpeggio the corresponding chord form and scale pattern are also shown. Covers all forms of the major, minor, and dominant 7th type chords.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2942 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 46 pages
  • Editeur : Alfred Music (31 juillet 1991)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B004ZCSKZG
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Recueil de gammes pratiques pour le guitariste 9 janvier 2015
Par Le FRAN TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Ce n'est pas un tutoriel ; il n'y a pas d'explications (qui seraient inutiles..). On est là dans le recueil d'exercices et de mémorisation des positions sur le manche : L'accord de base + la gamme correspondante + les positions d'arpège correspondantes : pour les travailler, les répéter.
Simple et efficace.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 UTILE 28 novembre 2013
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Complémentaire de Scale Patterns, clair et très complet. Prix raisonnable. Un ouvrage que j'aime avoir sous la main version Kindle.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A true roadmap of the fretboard 24 octobre 2003
Par Sven - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This book's title undersells it: it shows not only arpeggios but the corresponding scales and chord forms as well. It does not actually name each chord, but gives chord-scale-arpeggios in fretboard diagrams for each chord type, for example, major, minor, 6ths, 7ths -- on through the various altered forms. As the editorial review says, five positions for each are given. All of this is on one page for each chord type. So for example, you can find five scales, five chord forms, and five arpeggios for Dm7 (assuming you already know where to find "D") all laid out logically in fretboard diagrams that correspond to one another by position-- all on one page!
You'll need enough guitar knowledge to figure out the root of the chord or scale you're actually playing. Also, this does not show you chord progressions. Those could be viewed as shortcomings, but if you just accept you'll have to learn those topics elsewhere, this book becomes extremely useful. In order to actually name each chord the book would be extremely lengthy and repetitive (I have another arpeggio book like that). As it is, it packs a wealth of information into a readily accessible format. One page gives you all the musical possibilities for each chord. This is a great tool for improvising, creating new licks, and composing on the guitar. Its should prove useful for the fairly new guitarist to the more advanced, as it covers simple major and minor chords through advanced jazz chords(-scales-arpeggios). This is a true "fretboard roadmap" all in one book that I expect will give me more material to work on than I can probably master in one lifetime! Its a very simple, logical approach to the guitar that I wish I had found a long time ago.
I use this both as an exercise book -- playing each scale/arp/chord up and down the neck -- and as a reference for particular situations: coming up with ideas for soloing over, say, a maj 7 chord - or creating musical ideas for a composition. I play both pick and fingerstyle and the book is opening my eyes to all sorts of new creativity and technical growth in both styles.
Other books of this genre force you to turn pages -- or go to another book altogether -- to get from scales to chords to arpeggios. Having it all "at a glance" on one page is invaluable. I've had this book for a year or so, and am only now beginning to realize what a gold mine it is! Obviously not the only book you'll ever need, but if I were marooned on the proverbial desert island (with my guitar of course!) this is the book I'd want.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Puts it all together :-} 10 juin 2009
Par Insight Media - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The book devotes an entire page to each of 37 types of chords.

For each chord , there are 5 rows of 3 columns .

There are 5 grips shown for each chord, basically covering the entire fretboard.

The first column shows a chord voicing , including numbering the scale degrees .
The second column shows the arpeggios ,again with scale degrees.

The third column shows the scale type + mode that corresponds to the chord.

As someone who is learning to solo, i found this book very useful.

i can strum a chord , run a bit of the arpeggio, then alternate with a few notes from the scale or mode.

It's great to have all this information organized in one place .

Thanks very much to Don Latarski for putting this very helpful book together

Sandy in Santa Cruz
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best ways to master the fretboard! 27 mars 2006
Par Charles Chen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Wow, at first glance this book looks like a bunch of mumbo jumbo. But take a closer look and you will see that this is one of the best ways to completely memorize the fretboard in a short amount of time. The best part of this book is that it shows the chord, arpeggio, and scale. So Not only are you a great book of arpeggios, but also scales and chords as well (In all the shapes and patterns). I would Highly consider picking up this book along with troy stetina's scale book. Both are extremely cost effective and will unleash the guitarist in anyone and everyone.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Arpeggios for the Masses 14 mars 2004
Par Whitney Reese - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
As a guitar player myself I really love this book because it really is easy to understand for one thing; and the other thing is that he (Don) has laid this book out so that you can really get at it. Even if you are and experienced quitarists you can use this as a reference guide and the arpeggios that he has in this book are really basic but tasty beyond imagination. The studies that I have gotten out of this book have given my guitar playing and lot of character and really spiced it up a lot. Another good thing about this book is that you dont have to be an expert player or read music to get something out of it. Even beginners can understand it. I been waiting for a book like this one for a long time. Keep up the good work Don and Thank You.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Your first step in learning jazz guitar 2 juillet 2009
Par Flowerbug - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This book is probably a new guitarist's first step in learning how to play jazz guitar. You need to learn bar chords. From there, you can learn any kind of chord known to man/woman. After learning all the chords presented in this book, you can learn a basic scale attached to each chord. This scale is a jazz guitarist's first step to learning solo techniques. After mechanically playing each scale from the 6th to the 1st string, you'll need to learn how to mechanically play or combine four or five scale patterns together so you can play up and down the neck. Once you've figured out how to play (mechanically) up and down the neck (on each chord) you can solo over a certain key per song. The only problem is that you're playing mechanically. A good remedy for this problem is the arpeggio - hence, the title of this book. Once you've learned all the chords and the scales attached to each chord, start learning the arpeggios. An arpeggio gives you an alternate way of playing each scale. The more arpeggios you know, per scale, the better off you are. Another good arpeggio book is the Arpeggio Finder - Guitar Method. It's a Hal Leonard book - and it's pretty good and cheap. My problem with the Arpeggio Finder is that you have to start from the bottom of each page and work up the neck - instead of the other way around. This might confuse you, but if you buy it, remember, the first arpeggio scale starts from the bottom of the page and the last arpeggio (link) is at the top. Why, I'm not sure. Arpeggios For Guitar starts from the top.
Anyway, if you want to get the basics from chord learning, try checking out The Guitar Handbook. The chord dictionary in the back is extemely helpful. Once you know most chords and their scales - along with a few arpeggios, you should be a pretty good guitarist. All you need to do is practice. From there, check out Ted Greene. Read his solo technique books and you'll be a genius.
In short, I'll give Arpeggios for Guitar five stars. I wish someone had given me this book, back in the day. All the basic chords are in this book. Then, they give you all the basic major and natural minor scales associated with each chord. After learning both chords and scales, they give you arpeggios. Great for begginers and people who want to brush up on their guitar playing.
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