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Fretboard Freedom [Format Kindle avec audio/vidéo]

Troy Nelson
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(Guitar Educational). This revolutionary approach to chord-tone soloing features a 52-week, one-lick-per-day method for visualizing and navigating the neck of the guitar. Rock, metal, blues, jazz, country, R&B and funk are covered. Topics include: all 12 major, minor and dominant key centers; 12 popular chord progressions; half-diminished and diminished scales; harmonic minor and whole-tone scales; and much more. The accompanying audio tracks feature demonstrations of all 365 licks! Written by Troy Nelson, author of the #1 bestseller Guitar Aerobics and former editor-in-chief of Guitar One .

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pédagogique, complet, ludique !!! 24 janvier 2014
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Comment travailler méthodiquement tous les doigtés possibles et imaginables et connaitre parfaitement le manche de sa guitare sans que cette entreprise s'avère rébarbative et pour tout dire décourageante au final ?
Avec ce livre très bien conçu, on peut s'atteler à cette tache avec plaisir et progresser sans s'en rendre compte tant sur le plan théorique que technique.
L'autre gros point fort de cette ouvrage, c'est que ce que l'on aura appris pourra être utiliser quelque soit le style de musique qu'on affectionne.
Bref si vous voulez progresser, ce livre est fait pour vous !!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent licks book 2 avril 2013
Par R. GALVEZ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is not for beginners, but boy it's not THAT advanced.You need to know some techniques (slide, bending, hammer ons and pull off) to benefit from the text, but it's not that difficult. You won't find extra complex rhythms at the beginning that would make you cry. The method is really interesting :It is a combination of CAGED chords, arpeggios and pentatonic scales which covers different positions of the guitar, so it teaches to play outside the box, and along with the licks studied,this will give us a good knowledge and command of the fretboard, and good technique.It is a one year program (like Guitar Aerobics) I am playing the licks and they are quite good! I am really happy with this purchase. Recommended!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Voicings, Scales, Arpeggios, Licks...this book has it all 21 mai 2013
Par Antics - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I would call myself a beginner to intermediate player. I can play a few songs with tab. I just learned the C Major Scale and the A minor Pentatonic. I know how to use both scales to improvise over music. The major problem I had is that I can't improvise unless I am looking at some kind of fretboard road map. That is why I bought this book. Starting this book my goal was to come out of it knowing exactly where every note is, knowing exactly where every scale voicing is and knowing how to get from one to the other musically. Having written that, I love this book. It is exactly what I am looking for and more.

I have two other books which are also good, Fretboard Workbook and Fretboard Logic. I find myself gravitating to this one the most for a couple of reasons. FB Logic is a little bit dated to me and a little bit flimsy on the ideas. FB Workbook is very good but it does not have enough exercises to reinforce the ideas. This book has solid ideas, with solid examples and on top of that it is divided into a daily program.

The presentation of this book is amazing. Other guitar books look amateurish as if done by a typewriter at times. This book is very, very professionally done with a nice lay out. Presentation isn't everything but the author put a lot of work into this book and I appreciate that.

Where should you be in terms of playing to get the most out of this book? I would write if you know the major scale and pentatonic scale then this book can help you fill in the gaps and more.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fretboard Freedom 28 juin 2013
Par Brad Bailey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been playing guitar for about 25 years. Much of that time, I was stuck in boxes. I learned the standard pentatonic (greek for "five note") scale box, and used almost only that for several years. (Think the first phrase of Jimmy Page's solo from "Stairway to Heaven.") Sometimes I'd break out of it, but that was always home base. Even when I had to play jazz, I'd almost always rely on the minor pentatonic scale pattern. I had difficulty visualizing the fretboard as a whole. I tried a bunch of different tricks. But I still see it in boxes.

Troy Nelson, former editor of my favorite guitar magazines, has come up with a method to get out of that rut. In Fretboard Freedom, he's come up with a daily practice regimen to help us box-imprisoned pickers to get out of the box, and also to see how the patterns relate to different chords. Nelson takes a chord-based approach, rather than scalar. The reasoning being that chord tone focused playing enables us to outline the chord changes of the music we're playing.

For me, one of the best parts of the book is its organization. Something new to work on every day. I'm one of those who needs a methodical approach, and Nelson delivers here. Each week focuses on a new key center. First up, he gives the chord voicings, arpeggio, and scale pattern that everything will be built from. Then there's a lick based off of a chord voicing. The next few lessons are the same lick reworked in different fretboard positions, built off of different chord voicings. Towards the end of the week he changes things up.

I'm already finding Fretboard Freedom to be very helpful. The set schedule has motivated me to be more consistent in my practicing, and I'm already making connections that had escaped me the last 20 odd years. - See more at: http://bradbaileymusic.com/blog/fretboard_freedom_by_troy_nelson#sthash.YR99p3WU.dpuf
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Why rush it 13 novembre 2013
Par Bruce Casazza - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love this book. I have been playing guitar for almost 50 years and I know my pentatonics, but Fretboard Freedom really helps you visualize the entire guitar neck in a different way by playing the same lick in five different places on the neck utilizing the CAGED system. These are cool and useful licks that can be applied to any playing situation. This is not a shred book, but rather a systematic method of navigating the entire fretboard. I love the fact that you master one lick per day over a period of a year. Fretboard Freedom is a great book as is Guitar Aerobics. Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent method 2 janvier 2014
Par RCC - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you want to learn to solo using chord tones, this is the book for you. This book will help you in seeing the chord that make up the scale and ultimately the chord tones. Honestly, this is the best method out there to "get it" musically so you don't end up fishing for the right tones in your solos. After week three I realized I was missing a fundamental concept and went right back to week one. Now I see the scale, chord, and chord tones in the position and besides learning the licks in the book I go and jam to a track using the new concepts I have learned.

HIGHLY recommended but you have to stick with the program.
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