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Alfred’s Teach Yourself to Play Guitar: Everything You Need to Know to Start Playing the Guitar!

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Learn to play guitar and open up a brand new world of musical knowledge with this exciting method from Alfred. Beginners of all ages can start their journey to a lifetime of playing either acoustic or electric guitar. Beginning with the fundamentals, you will learn about various guitar types and the sounds they create, how to care for your very own guitar, and getting acquainted with standard musical notation and tablature. You will then move right along to playing different notes, chords, scales, and songs, lesson by lesson, all while continuing to increase your knowledge of reading and understanding standard musical notation and TAB. You will learn to play in an array of musical styles, including Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Country, Jazz and Folk. Near the end of the book, you will be introduced to advanced tablature techniques such as bends, slides, and palm muting, which will help you color your musical creations with your own unique, rockin’ style.

The book features the following helpful resources for reference during and after your lessons:
* Tablature Licks
* Dictionary of tablature techniques
* Guitar note chart
* Magic chord accompaniment guide
* Guitar fingerboard chart

Be your own teacher, and let Alfred be your resource every step of the way.

Product Features

  • Contributors: Morty Manus and Ron ManusInstrument: GuitarPage count: 80ISBN: 0882846752

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Comments

Angela Ralano says:

Great book for beginners! 0

Some Reveiwer Guy says:

Why the hype??? I do not understand all the other reviewers who recommend this as a book for beginners. I have never played guitar, or any other musical instrument, and this book is not helpful.It’s only 80 pages long, and 68 of those pages require that you know how to read tablature. They only spend one page teaching you how to read tablature, which is completely inadequate for someone who is a complete beginner. There is minimal text in the book – everything is taught through tablature. There…

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