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Books that helped your playing

Technique
telecrater  
18 May 2008 22:39 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
United States
Lessons: 8
Karma: 13
I would like to know if anyone had a certin guitar book that drastically influenced or gave you a kick in the arse and drastically helped your playing.

Today I was digging threw some old guitar books, mostly on Technique. I am 100% self taught and never had a lesson, and it shows.

There were two different books that really helped me. The first was fretboard road maps and the second was Blues you can use.

ThePusher  
19 May 2008 00:48 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2008
Canada
Lessons: 3
Karma: 3
Well most things I've learned were from the internet but I'm currently trying to get one called the encyclopedia of scales and melodic tones because thats what Buckethead used to become such a prolific composer
telecrater  
19 May 2008 09:04 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
United States
Lessons: 8
Karma: 13
lol, yeah when I started playing guitar Al Gore the then vice president was just getting the internet started.
GuitarBoy666  
19 May 2008 10:30 | Quote
Joined: 20 Dec 2007
Canada
Karma: 2
To be honest, I have never used a book to Help my playing. I don't think books are as good as lessons. I used to have a Hal Leonard book thingy 2 years ago when I started playing, but that didn't do shit to help me. It was just those gay songs like mary had a little lamb, etc.
deefa  
19 May 2008 14:34 | Quote
Joined: 22 Dec 2007
United Kingdom
Karma: 8
Burt Weedon:- "Play in a day"
The standard text for everyone in the 60's (UK) who wanted to 'knock a tune' out of a guitar very quickly."Home on the range" if my memory serves me correctly.


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