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Building the Better Guitar Scale (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Michael Pillitiere

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The existing curriculum on guitar scales is inadequate for teaching guitarists the skills they really need. What is needed is a clear and simple method of learning one scale in all positions, and of learning all scales in one position. Guitarists need to be able to call up any scale to their fingertips instantaneously regardless of key, mode, string, or position and they need to be able to do so without memorizing hundreds of pages of diagrams. Fortunately, this is not only possible, but it is also incredibly simple. This booklet will teach you how.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Really worthwhile . . . 27 février 2012
Par Eric Whitney - Publié sur
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Michael Pillitiere's "Building the Better Guitar Scale" is well written and brief. I liked the no-frills style, and I especially liked the idea at the core of the little book. I don't want to spoil the idea for you by going into it in detail, but I will say that it is an example of conceptual thinking at its best. If you buy this book and spend an evening with it and a guitar, you will have an invaluable new tool to apply to your playing. I'm not kidding--it will take you about two hours if you are slow, like me. I got out a pencil and made the drawings my own by recreating them on paper, then I practiced the scales until I got the idea clear in my head. Next I plan to apply the idea to modes and improvization all over the neck. You can't lose on this investment--pony up your 99 cents, you won't be sorry.
I bought the Kindle version of "Building the Better Guitar Scale," and for once the Kindle was entirely adequate for the drawings.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I enjoyed this e-book. 22 janvier 2012
Par Dustin Burt - Publié sur
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I am familiar with the major and minor pentatonic scales, the CAGED system, along with 7 note major scales. I was surprised this lesson book pointed out a pattern on the guitar fretboard I had not previously noticed. This e-book will help new and intermediate players ears, and maybe show a new way of seeing the fretboard. The guitar fretboard is essentially a grid. This e-book does not go into amazing detail about theory but does show another very simple memory method on how to move scales around the neck. Never memorize individual scales, learn how they are created. Learn the pattern.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have 29 mai 2012
Par Jam - Publié sur
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I've been playing guitar for over 30 years. This is the best method for learning the major scale I have ever seen. After reading this short book you will no longer need to look at any charts or patterns. It could actually be summed up in this review and you wouldn't need to buy it, it's that simple, and yet no guitar teacher or book or article has ever laid it out like this. I won't spill the beans out of respect for the author. Definitely spend the .99 cents and buy it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 simple and very effective 31 juillet 2012
Par fortunjj - Publié sur
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I felt compelled to write a review of this book to highlight what this book isn't. One of the negative reviews of this book stated that the author's presentation is common sense. It isn't. I have seen many many books on scale patterns over 35 years of guitar playing and have never come across anything similar. Also, this book isn't a way to learn modes. It is of critical importance that a musician understand the underlying principal of modes and the corresponding "character" of a mode. As always, your ears have to be the ultimate guide. However, this technique allows a guitarist to play major modes anywhere on the fretboard at rapid speed without thinking. It is my contention that improvisation is a mixture of memorized patterns (licks) and simpler phrases, conceived on the spot. The author's approach, when mastered (which can be done in a few days at the most), permits the soloist to focus on adding interest to their phrases, without worrying about where their fingers need to be. This book isn't a way to become a great soloist. But it is a way to make the task less tedious. And for 99 cents, really, who could possibly complain? It will be interesting to try the author's approach for modes of the natural minor and jazz (melodic) minor scales.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Extremely clever, worth much more that the price of admission 12 septembre 2012
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The author's approach to decomposing and recognizing the diatonic scale patterns on the guitar neck is simple, easy to remember, and blatantly obvious in hindsight.

There are lots of good guitar instructional books out there much broader in scope than this one, but this book is unequalled in terms of bang-for-the-buck and delivering on its promise.
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