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Fretboard Theory: Complete Guitar Theory Including Scales, Chords, Progressions, Modes, Song Application and More. (English Edition) par [Serna, Desi]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

Fretboard Theory by Desi Serna teaches music theory for guitar including scales, chords, progressions, modes, and details to hundreds of popular songs. Hands-on approach to guitar theory gives you total command of the fretboard and music's most critical elements by visualizing shapes, patterns and how they connect.

Content includes:
What scales to learn and how including pentatonic and major scale patterns
Guitar CAGED chord system including inversions and arpeggio patterns
Guitar chord progressions and playing by numbers (Nashville Number System)
Roots, keys and applying scales
Understanding music modes and modal scales such as Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian and Locrian
Playing and using intervals including thirds, fifths and sixths
Adding extensions such as "add 9," "suspended 4," and "major 7"
Details to how hundreds of popular songs were played

Not only does Fretboard Theory teach guitar music theory in a refreshing new manner, but it takes things a step farther by associating everything to your favorite songs. This is the ONLY GUITAR THEORY RESOURCE that includes important details to hundreds of popular songs. Pop, rock, acoustic, blues, metal and more!

This new generation of guitar instruction is perfect whether you want to jam, compose or just understand the music you play better. For acoustic and electric guitar players. At 9x12 and 150 pages, Fretboard Theory includes twice the content of ordinary books. Four chapters are also available on DVD (see Getting Started with the Pentatonic Scale, CAGED Template Chord System, Guitar Chord Progressions and Playing By Numbers, Guitar Modes - The Modal Scales of Popular Music).

Biographie de l'auteur

Hailed as a “music-theory expert” by Rolling Stone magazine, guitarist Desi Serna is the author of the very popular Fretboard Theory line of guitar instructional material as well as Guitar Theory For Dummies and Guitar Rhythm and Technique For Dummies (a Wiley brand). He is known for his practical, hands-on approach to music teaching, with a focus on the guitar fretboard and emphasis on popular songs. Desi honed his craft through decades of teaching, performing, and publishing. He’s online everyday posting lessons to and discussing various guitar music-related topics with his group of social media followers. In 2014, he relocated from his hometown of Toledo, Ohio, to an area near Nashville, Tennessee, to be closer to Music City and its community of guitar players.

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  • Editeur : Desi Serna (4 novembre 2010)
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HASH(0x88a97ac8) étoiles sur 5 Clear, Easy to understand, Practical applications 26 mai 2008
Par M. Popovich - Publié sur
I have been playing on and off for about 10 years. I have read fretboard theory books before, the CAGED system included, jazz comping, and numnerous books on Modes. I can honestly say not one of them explain the application as well as this book (and videos).

Most of what Serna teaches you probably have seen before; but what is unique about this material is the application. I dont know how many times before in other material the CAGED system, pentatonic scale, and modes have beenn disussed but never applied with actual examples. This course ties it all togther. At least it did for me. For the first time ever, I understand how modes are actually used and which are common and which are rare. Try finding that info in any other course - never happen.

Throughout the course Serna provides examples from the book and videos of how to apply what you have learned from actual songs you have heard on the radio etc.. Although he makes no attempt to teach the entire song, he gives you the understanding to figure it out yourself; so if you want to be told where to put your fingers to play a particular song this is not your book/course. If you want to learn and be able to figure things out, this course should be very helpful. It has been for me at least. Also, I think he does not reproduce entire songs ver batem because the music industry is closing down sites that directly reproduce artist intellectual property. That is why all the courses are now teaching methods "in the style of... Jimi Hendrix etc".

I play electric blues. I make no attempt to play top 40 cover tunes so my goal is to learn my own style for myself so I need to understand what I am doing and how to figure things out. Without a doubt this book (and videos) has accomplished more in the last month than almost all the other material combined because for the first time ever it "connected the numerous dots" that other courses have failed to do. For example I never fully understood how the pentatonic patterns, both major and minor, tie in to the CAGED system as well as the arpeggio form of the chord.

I do not recommend the course for beginners that do not know too many chords or progressions yet. Also I do not recommend it for those who simply want to "play" without understanding the underlying theory.
42 internautes sur 43 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x885f1b88) étoiles sur 5 Good grasp on solid information 8 novembre 2006
Par BJ - Publié sur
This is my first guitar learning book besides a Mel Bay book that one of my friends gave me a while ago. I am pleased with this book and I do find it helpful. I certainly have no regrets from buying it. I also like how the author gives a personal touch by sending and replying to e-mails. He also sends links to some extra materials that compliment the material in the book.

I just want to add that I do know music theory from my years playing sax, if that weighs on my review at all.

I'm sure that anyone who wants to get a solid hold on the basics of playing guitar without learning music theory will benefit greatly from this book. It covers the pentatonic patterns, CAGED chord patterns, arpeggio patterns, interval patterns, major scale patterns, and a few other things, and relates them to each other very well. The visuals are used very effectively to teach the relations. You don't need to sight read to learn from this book and you will not learn how to sight read from it. The emphasis is on patterns and shapes and relating them to songs as well as to each other. This is a very effective and simple way to learn the fretboard and it is done very well in this book. The author is very descriptive of how to apply what he is teaching to playing songs, and the song references are great if you are able to play by ear (because the music is not written in the book, and it would cost a fortune to buy all of the sheet music). The author also encourages the reader to contact him at the end of each chapter so I don't think you will have any problem getting answers to any questions you have.

The book sits very easily on my music stand thanks to the spiral binding, and the material is presented extremely well. I get the impression that the author put a lot of love into this creation.

This book is marketed very well here on Amazon because, as you can see, no reviewer has anything bad to say about it. However, I was a little mislead by the statement in the description "The ONLY BOOK IN THE WORLD that includes important details to hundreds of popular songs." The author does explain how to relate the material from the book to the songs listed (by title and artist) in the book, but I think the description goes a little overboard.

Overall - This is a keeper and a great resource for learning to use the fretboard in an effective and simple way. I wouldn't say it's going to make you a great player because only practice and constant learning can do that, but it's a good starting place and a good guide to the basics of the fretboard. I was looking for a guide to learning my way around the fretboard and this book put it together in a way I could see it, know it and use it.

For more in depth study I plan on getting a different book (maybe the Berklee Method) to learn the more complete and technical theory and practice of the guitar, but I also enjoy learning that type of stuff.
98 internautes sur 108 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x88000a98) étoiles sur 5 Overlaps with Fretboard Logic, but has some useful info on modes 3 décembre 2010
Par Bob - Publié sur
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This book overlaps a great deal with Fretboard Logic vols 1&2 which I purchased at the same time. It shows you the CAGED chords, scales from the chords, etc. I got about halfway thru the book when I started to see some things I didn't know already. I consider myself an intermediate player.

The way he explains modes is unique, to my knowledge, and very helpful. The mode is in context of what root it's played over. You can't hear the mode of a scale without hearing the root underneath. This alone made the book worth the price of admission for me, and I'm still working through the rest of it.

Some silly things: (1) Auhor lists examples of songs that contain what he is teaching. A list of songs with the E chord in them, oh yeah! Later this is somewhat more useful, for example a list of songs with chromatic scales, or mostly seventh chords. Many of author's teachings cite the same songs as example without specifying what part of the song is relevant to what's being taught. I know there's copyright issues but without this the examples are next to useless.

(2) Author shows the treble staff, the guitar tab, the bass staff, and the bass tab for each example. But never does the bass tab differ from the guitar tab! This is just a waste of space. Honestly, if I wanted to learn bass I'd buy a bass book.

Neither this book nor Fretboard Logic place much emphasis on learning where the root of a scale pattern resides. I know the value of this so I'm going to pencil this in myself.

I guess it's of value to me if I learned something from it. I have yet to discover the perfect guitar book and I don't think it exists. I give it three stars.

Friends of the author marking my review as unhelpful: you may fire when ready.
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x87e009fc) étoiles sur 5 Clearly the best guitar book I've found so far 30 mai 2012
Par Hugh - Publié sur
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I've been playing for about three years and highly recommend this book. It's written with clarity and is very comprehensive in its coverage of the fretboard topics. The book is well-organized has given me an understanding of the fretboard. If I can draw a Mapquest analogy, it's almost like the difference between reading a list of steps (turn right, go 20 miles, take exit 321) and seeing the map image itself. Fretboard Theory is giving me the big picture and a more understandable view of playing the guitar.
One of my frustrations has been going to a musical show - and these days I always focus on the guitarist - and being in awe of how he moves up and down the neck of the guitar. My reaction is usually to say to myself "Oh man, I'll never be able to do that." Fretboard takes the mystery out of how those flying fingers know exactly where to go. There actually is a road map to the neck of the guitar.
This is not to say that it's filled with shortcuts and "secrets." But it is comprehensive enough that I'm confident I'll make good use of it for years to come.
By the way, I'm 74 years old and took up the guitar as a retirement hobby. A number of the suggested songs to play along with are a bit too contemporary for me (i.e., heavy metal, punk), but Desi Serna gives enough information for me to go to the library and get CDs that suit my generation (early R&R, Doo-wop, etc.).
I bought the Kindle version because I like to access my books when I'm out of the house (in waiting rooms, etc.)
To sum it up, this book is worth buying if you are past the very beginner stage. It is clearly written and complete in its coverage of the topic. Good job, Desi.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x87e00ce4) étoiles sur 5 Excellent coverage of guitar theory 17 janvier 2008
Par David Harper - Publié sur
This is an excellent book on guitar theory!

Before I get started I want to address a bad review that was posted on this book... I do not know Desi Serna or have any association as the writer suggested that all good reviews must be based on. I'm sorry that whoever posted that review was not able to see the value of this book. My suggestion to whoever is reading THIS review is to go along with the majority and purchase the book! It's an excellent resource for material and deserves every good review that has been posted for it.

As mentioned in my other reviews on Desi's materials, I started off by purchasing this book to help me teach my 10 year old son to play more advanced techniques. After working through the first couple of chapters with my son, I ordered all of Desi's videos too! All of these materials are excellent. They are precise and provide exactly what you need to get going. That guitar is not going to play itself, it's going to take work on your part to learn and Desi's book and videos provide exactly what is needed to get you moving.
The book will teach you Pentatonic and Major scales shapes and how to move them around and play them in different keys. It provides you with tips on how to discover the key(s) that songs you are learning are in. You will learn the CAGED chord system and how to connect it. I've also have to mention Modes, Modes confuse many musicians but Desi explains and simplifies them beautifully. You will learn advanced chord topics and how they are created... WOW, I could go on but I'll just stop here and say that there is a whole lot more information in the book that I didn't mention. I'm sure that if you take my advise and purchase this book, you'll be here posting good reviews for others to see as well.
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