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by David Mead


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This is an excellent book, my only problem with it is nowhere in the name does it say beginner, this book will teach you your major and minor scales . David Mead gives you very practical, immediately useful information about the guitar.

This is an excellent book, my only problem with it is nowhere in the name does it say beginner, this book will teach you your major and minor scales, and all your pentatonic, hammers, pulls, vibrato, slides, and bends, so if you don't know that stuff you need to. Great excercises, how to read tab, chords all that good stuff you already know if you can play. He figures that the best way to impart this information to you is on a need-to-know basis, and he sticks to that policy pretty strictly. It's an excellent, very user-friendly approach, and you appreciate his brevity and conciseness.

100 Tips For Guitar You Should Have Been Told (includes CD). ISBN. 1860742955 (ISBN13: 9781860742958).

Lessons include reading tablature, rhythm work, lead techniques and tricks, scales and pentatonics, improvisation, and solo building. Essential information and tips to become as great as the professionals. 100 Tips For Guitar You Should Have Been Told (includes CD).

David Mead has played on radio, TV and in bars and clubs all over the U. He is currently the director and course leader of the Bath International Guitar Festival and writes for Guitar Techniques and What Guitar? magazines.

He is currently the director and course leader of the Bath International Guitar Festival and writes for Guitar Techniques and What Guitar? magazines.

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Book and Audio CD. 119 pages. Published by Music Sales

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Tips you should have been told, from 50 of the world's greatest guitarists

Tips you should have been told, from 50 of the world's greatest guitarists. Whatever your taste in music, from Joni Mitchell to Sheryl Crow, James Taylor to David Gray, this is the invaluable handbook you need to help you get the very best from your instrument. Excellent instruction and humorous too. By Thriftbooks. com User, July 19, 2008. I am long time beginner guitar player. I can strum chords well enough to sing familiar songs, but never had any formal lessons. I found this book to be exactly what I needed to move beyond this stage. The writing style is conversational, with a good dose of humor.

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Respected author and musician David Mead focuses on the styles and techniques associated with one of guitar's longest-surviving and most-played genres.

Respected author and musician David Mead focuses on the styles and techniques associated with one of guitar's longest-surviving and most-played genres

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(Music Sales America). Essential information and tips to become as great as the professionals. David Mead shares his expert knowledge, revealing the secrets of the playing styles of some 50 great guitar heroes including Eric Clapton, David Gilmour and Peter Green. Lessons include reading tablature, rhythm work, lead techniques and tricks, scales and pentatonics, improvisation, and solo building. An accompanying CD is packed with examples to help along the way.

Comments: (7)

SlingFire
Man, there's a ton of good info in here. It's worth getting, however, there aren't 100 tips per se, instead, there are pages of paragraphs explaining things about the guitar. My point is that there isn't a list of 100 items. In fact, none of these 100 Tips books is like that. I emailed the author about it, & he said the title was the publisher's idea.
Dude, just click on the pic of the book to Look Inside & see for yourself.
Kahavor
If you are tired of memorizing chords and tab and want to learn how to take that foundation into making sounds you want to hear, this is the best book I've found. Mead talks about the essential skills of training your ear (with practical exercises), about becoming a good rhythm player (even lead players play rhythm 80 percent of the time), the pieces that make up a guitar player's voice, and playing and using the pentatonic scales.
This book won't introduce you to the guitar and it won't transform you into Joe Satriani, but it will help you find your own unique voice.
Dodo
I've read a few guitar how to books, this was a fairly good one. You don't need to know how to read music and beginners to moderate skilled players would benefit from it.

It is pretty straight forward, the meat and potatoes for me was the part where the author gets to the basic cord and scales that you "must know".

A good resource that you can go through fairly quickly and pick up some good skills. The CD has some tracks on it that are useful as well if you have a CD play handy.
Kagrel
Good advice that has helped me tremendously. Been playing 1 1/2 years and his guidance is greatly appreciated looking back to when I purchased this 9 months ago.
Foginn
This book is really good if you have been frustrated by having to learn musical notation and the "proper" way of doing things..
There is nothing wrong with learning everything, but some of us want to learn to play just for fun and will probably never be a virtuouso... It also teaches you to make your own music rather than only becoming good at playing other peoples stuff.
Gio
This is an excellent book, my only problem with it is nowhere in the name does it say beginner, this book will teach you your major and minor scales, and all your pentatonic, hammers, pulls, vibrato, slides, and bends, so if you don't know that stuff you need to. Great excercises, how to read tab, chords all that good stuff you already know if you can play. I would'nt call these things tips so much as necessity, I had the impression from the title that it would teach me all these neat tips, and secrets but that's not the case.
FreandlyMan
I am learning to play on my own, without a teacher. The book is a well organized resource full of both rational and practical tips for playing. The accompanying CD illustrates the necessary lessons well. The only thing I wish were included would be a laminated chord chart for beginners to lay on the floor/table etc.
I bought my copy on the street, with the cover ripped off of it, for five bucks. By far the best guitar book I've ever seen. Invaluable as a reference tool, I would say.

Besides the writing itself, the book is designed, formatted, laid out really well. Even down to font and the line spacing, this book could not be easier to read or to use. At a total of 117 pages, it's the perfect size, too.

David Mead gives you very practical, immediately useful information about the guitar. He figures that the best way to impart this information to you is on a need-to-know basis, and he sticks to that policy pretty strictly. It's an excellent, very user-friendly approach, and you appreciate his brevity and conciseness.

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100 Tips For Guitar You Should Have Been Told (includes CD) download epub
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Author: David Mead
ISBN: 1860742955
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Music Sales America; 1 edition (January 1, 2006)
Pages: 120 pages