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Scale Patterns [Format Kindle]

Don Latarski
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This book illustrates, in each of five different positions, all the modes of the major, harmonic minor, melodic minor, pentatonic, blues, diminished and whole tone scales. Don also shows the primary uses for each scale, with an example of each.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 BIEN FAIT 28 novembre 2013
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Clair, complet, pratique, prix. Je recommande.Les liens de la table des matières ne fonctionnent pas sur IPad, mais bien sur Android.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It really is one of the best at what it does 14 novembre 2006
Par Michael Callaghan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Okay; there are many scale books out there, and if you have bought or searched any of them, you understand there are many not-so-useful scale books out there. You can get a book with over a hundred different scales, each spelled with questionable fingering and lack of contextual explanation (the majority of them), or you can get a book with a handful of scales all properly fingered and explained, along with usage descriptions. This book falls into the latter category.

Specifically, this book ONLY covers the major scale, the natural minor, the 'jazz' melodic minor (sharp six going both up and down), harmonic minor - and ALL OF THEIR MODES - then the major and minor blues scales, the minor pentatonic scale, diminished half whole, diminshined whole half, whole tone, and chromatic.

No persian scales, no hijraz or scale-of-the-month, just everything you need to know (more than 99.99% of musicians don't even know these, actually) treated by a person who really plays them and has thought about the best fingerings, notes on what chords they work with, full positional fingerings and standard notation to match the fretboard.

For example, EVERY SCALE DEGREE of the major and corresponding minors gets its own treatment - when to use the second degree of harmonic minor? It's explained here. Not with a CD, not in a passing lick or phrase, but spelled out for you, which chords work with it, how often it surfaces, what styles usually use it.

This is the equivalent of free-weights. They get you strong, but depending on your thinking, they might not be as much fun as a fancy machine. If you want to get in shape, though, there is no better reference.

This book is PERFECT with Troy Stetina's The Ultimate Scale Book - which itself takes a similar, albiet a bit more chatty - approach. If you like that book, you'll LOVE this one. Also, Don Latarski's Arpeggios for Guitar (The Progressive Guitarist Series) is a perfect complement to this.

For example, memorize the minor blues in all positions. Now memorize the corresponding minor 7th chords. Now memorize the major blues, with its corresponding major 7th chords. Now play minor up, major down, major up, minor 7th arpeggio down, major 7th arpeggio up, natural minor down. Now get on with your dominant 7ths...

...and by the way, I am NOT talking about jazz here, although it might sound like it. This is a power workout for anything you want to play, a desk reference and a workbook all in one. Rock, blues, experimental, pop, fingerstyle, thrash, swing...

...this is the book you would have taken a month to figure out in your study notebook, the work already done for you and taken further with explanations.

And it's [...] dollars.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Intuitive Reference 28 décembre 2008
Par Admiral Schmickover - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a beginning jazz guitarist, but after purchasing Don Latarski's Chord Orbits book, I was hooked. Don Latarski uses an easy to read format to help learn the fretboard. Scale patterns are a breeze with this book. I am very pattern oriented in my learning, and Scale Patterns is the perfect guide or me. I use it daily in my practice routine.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Scales--and not much else! (Which is just what I wanted....) 11 décembre 2013
Par David R - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Exactly what it says, no frills, no wordy explanations. Just a page for each scale pattern. For example, if you want to know the pattern for mixolydian, simply turn to that page. The author gives a brief paragraph describing the most common usage for each scale, but it's really up to the guitarist to know the theory behind its application--and how the scales relate to one another.

If you understand modes then you'll see why you'd really only need ONE page to cover seven scale patterns--you just have to make another scale degree the root but keep the same fingering. (For example, D dorian equals C Major starting from the second note. And so on...) The value comes in learning to think of scales in new ways and get your ears around their sound.

I recommend boning up on some music theory if you want to understand what your fingers will learn from this excellent book.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 8 novembre 2014
Par L. Pittel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Good beginner book
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 6 avril 2015
Par Jozek Wozek - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Love it!
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