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Doyle Dykes: Virtuoso, Fingerstyle Guitar (Anglais) Broché – 1 juillet 2003
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In addition to a killer alternating thumb technique, Doyle Dykes sports a varied palette of fingerstyle techniques that include Lenny Breau-style artificial harmonics, behind-the-nut string bends, tremolo picking, cascading melodic passages, rapid-fire single-string playing, and more. Lire la première page
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Many fingerstyle guitar players will find these songs beyond their abilities. My advice to you is to take these songs as projects and learn them over time. You can't get better unless you strech yourself. The other advice: Many guitar players become discouraged because they want to be able to start a recording of the song and play along with it. They end up getting frustrated and quit. But, many of Doyle's songs still sound GREAT when played at a slower tempo and become much more easy to play. For example, I can learn on of Doyle's songs in 1-3 monthes of practice, and it will sound pretty good, but I usually am not able to play that song at full tempo until after 1 year. Also if there is tough spot you can't play, skip it and learn the rest of the song and then come back to it.
I like to write songs and I have found that Doyle has influenced my playing probably more than anyone else. When you mix his ideas along with some Juber, Gerhard, and others, you then come up with your own sound which is a composite of all the people you have studied.
On a comical note: I had email John Chappel (the man that transcribed the music for this book). I had some questions on a couple of small places where I disagreed with the tab. In his response he told me of a phone call he had received from Doyle earlier. Aparently Doyle had started playing one of his songs differently and had forgot how he played it when he originally wrote it. He called John and asked, "Hey John can you show me how to play that song I wrote. I forgot how."
This book is a tribute to one of the greatest fingerstyle legends of all time. It was Doyle Dykes that was asked to play guitar at Chet Atkins funeral. That alone speaks volumes to me about his ability.
Wouldn't one assume that an instructional book that comes with a CD would have the same music on both, so you could learn??
So I am slightly miffed, but as I say the stuff on the CD is great.
I just say, if you are going to sell a book of music with a CD, make the CD match the sheet music/tablature.
Based on my experience with the book so far (learning tracks 1 and 13) the quality of the recordings and the accuracy of the book are both EXCELLENT! In fact, the recordings are so good that I must assume the seventeen individual tracks are taken directly from Dykes' albums! If not, this CD should be packaged and sold by itself. There's no discussion, no metronome, no simplified phrasing -- just 17 tracks of Doyle Dykes music.
Now, the music not easy to learn. After all, this is fingerpicking at its highest level, but as best as I can tell (and play) the tab for Angel's Desire (pg 12, CD track #1) and The Road Back Home (pg 102, track #13) is spot on.
If you consider the price of this book+cd is less expensive than a half-hour of private instruction by a tutor, this is the deal of the century! I'm confident that if you buy the book and take the time to work through a tune or two (be patient, it *can* be done) you'll emerge a much better musician for the effort. And even if you only learn to play a few phrases well, you have a set of SEVENTEEN beautiful recordings of Dykes' music for just a bit more than you'd pay for a simple CD!
Don't hesitate to buy this one, but be warned -- you'll discover you also 'need' a better guitar! :) It's all there -- now it's up to you. Go practice.
[Two things I'd recommend in addition to this book. 1) a metronome. 2) software to slow down the recorded music to a slower speed without changing the pitch so you can hear every note and play along at the reduced tempo. "Amazing Slow Downer" (goofy name, great product) is my favorite although there are many software packages available to do this and even standalone CD players with this feature.]