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Guitar Fretboard Workbook (Music Instruction): A Complete System for Understanding the Fretboard For Acoustic or Electric Guitar par [Tagliarino, Barrett]
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(Musicians Institute Press). Navigate the guitar neck better than ever before with this easy-to-use book! Designed from Musicians Institute core curriculum programs, it covers essential concepts for players of every level, acoustic or electric. A hands-on guide to theory, it will help you learn to build any scale or chord on your own and unleash creativity. No music reading is required.

Acoustic Guitar Magazine, July 2004

A progressive teaching method that offers a clear roadmap through the tangles of the fretboard maze. —Gary Joyner, Acoustic Guitar

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 16347 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 80 pages
  • Editeur : Musicians Institute Press; Édition : 2 (1 août 2003)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00CO4CVN4
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The progression of the notions is so smart !
I've learned a lot, reading this book !!!
It's great to know the fretboard !!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must have for any serious guitarist! 10 juillet 2015
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I love this book! I have been playing the guitar for 37 years and never seen a book quite like this one. I have used Mel Bays 1-8 series, Frederick Noad, Hal Leonard, Leavitt Berkeley 1-3, Segovia and many other compilations. This book stands alone as a must have for any guitar player desiring to excel on the fretboard, play lead, tacets, licks, etc. Scales over chords is the basic theme here and the book teaches several methods for viewing the fretboard in different manners not taught by any other method I have seen. The author has you visualize the notes on the fretboard by drawing out relationships such as the 5 shapes method, the half-steps method (E-F & B-C) to name a couple. This is a must have for any serious guitarist!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book, well written, very informative. It will get you playing anywhere on the fretboard. 2 août 2016
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I'm about 60% through the book and, so far, I think it is great. I think that focusing on the root shapes rather than chord shapes (CAGED system) is a better approach. Once you recognize the major scale patterns and know the root shapes, you can play any scale, anywhere on the fretboard. Pentatonic and minor scales can then be easily derived from within the major scale patterns. The exercises help to instill a solid understanding of the concepts. If you want to understand your guitar better and play up the neck, this is the book for you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fretboard Knowledge is Power. 1 août 2014
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I have been using this book for a month now, I am up to the pentatonic chapters.
This book is like the missing link for me, I always felt other books concentrate on teaching the notes of scales ( giving you the whole step and half step sequences to build them for yourself). This book focuses on mapping scales to the guitar fretboard, with the aim to give you a system to locate them up and down the fretboard.

Chapter 7 has been reviewed as a sticking point by other reviewers but this is when you should roll up the sleeves and use the examples already illustrated to build the scales and fretboard maps for yourself.
I used a writing pad to draw up the fretboard and mark out scales for each position for root notes A,B,C,D,E,F,G
I did write out the scale notes and used them in the process.

I don't believe the reader should be memorizing patterns and scales, this would take a life time, I think this is an approach you can use to analyze scale notes. So if I have a piece of music now I will identify the key, chords, scale and use these position maps to analyze the notes.
With time this should help a number of things to happen :-
1. Get strong with fretboard knowledge (where notes are found)
2. Chords and scale knowledge will develop giving me an understanding of how music can be pieced together
3. Develop a reference point that will familiarize sounds by ear (scale note intervals in relation to chords)
4. With experience you will be able to call on scales with ease and translate quickly to guitar.

I believe the book has already given me the tools to achieve the above. I can see the major and minor pentatonic analysis coming up soon and beyond that arpeggios, which I think will provide more tools to use for fretboard mapping.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful "connect the dots" book 3 juin 2016
Par Rowland - Publié sur
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I am only half way through this book and I have already had several "aha" moments. The author has figured out a way to describe the somewhat complicated fret board in a very visual manner without skimping on the theory needed to progress. It has been most helpful to me as I enter my fourth year of self study. I would not give this book to a beginner though. Not without help from a guitar instructor at least.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A guitar learner's MUST-HAVE 26 février 2012
Par J.C. - Publié sur
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Working with this book, I quickly realized there are two things to know when learning guitar: the instrument, and the music. I learned more about my instrument in one day with this book than I did the entire time I studied it previously.

I had studied classical guitar for several years,and learned all sorts of music, including some by Fernando Sor and Albeniz. I was really quite good. I never understood the fretboard though and have since forgotten how to play the music. Trying to relearn it, I realize that I can read the notes and know where they are through about the 5 fret, but not beyond that. I had learned by following my instructors directions as to where on the neck to play the music and just playing it from memory. Now, years later, I am trying to regain my lost ability, and thought my problem was note reading. It is not. The problem is that I don't know the fretboard.

Unlike a piano that has one line of keys, and a visible pattern of black and white, the guitar has 6 strings that all look alike. After working with this book for two days, I can see the pattern on the fretboard and am quickly learning where all the notes are. The author understands that music is largely about patterns. Rather than having you memorize everything with rote practice, he clearly shows you the patterns and makes it easy to remember. He also has you practice several different ways, so depending on how you learn, you will still be exposed to a method that works for you. I am very excited that it will not take long to become fully knowledgable of where every note is on my guitar. I wish I had discovered this book ages ago.
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