Solo Guitar Playing - Book 1, 4th Edition
  • Solo Guitar Playing - Book 1, 4th Edition
  • Solo Guitar Playing - Book 1, 4th Edition
  • Solo Guitar Playing - Book 1, 4th Edition
  • Solo Guitar Playing - Book 1, 4th Edition
  • Solo Guitar Playing - Book 1, 4th Edition
ISBN: 0825636795
EAN13: 9780825636790
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 1, 2008
Pages: 254
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 10.8" L x 8.4" W
Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Fun for Students... And Fun For Teachers Too!
As the author states in the foreground, this book is designed to be played with a teacher as duets. The student parts are super simple, designed to instill trust, and the teacher accompaniments are just tricky enough to keep the teacher focused! The harmonies are nice and as a teacher it is more enjoyable than playing the same part as the student, as is the norm with most other method books. One improvement I would like to see is the addition of a plastic comb binder, to make the page easier and to help it lay flat on a music stand.
 
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   Do not buy digital version
This can be read in a digital copy only, not a physical one. They have scanned each page, meaning that you can not change the font size. I tried to read it on a full monitor and can barely make out the text.
 
5
   Good book
Well learning. Moving forward will keep Will. What else to say? But this makes me feel good.
 
5
   Good beginner and intermediate plan.
Well thought and presented. For the beginner, good lesson plans are necessary. If you play the book, you learn to play.
 
5
   Great book! Frederick Noad was The Man
Book is great! The man was Frederick Noad. I played many other styles of guitar for decades so that I had a big head start on terminology, hand positions, music reading, etc. It is so great for someone with some familiarity with the guitar. I would recommend this book only to beginners who happen to be using it as their course of study with a guitar teacher. If you go it alone, however, you might find a book targeted at the absolute beginner.
 
5
   Learning the strings and skills to playing
The descriptions of the tuning strings are basic and complete. The application of tunings and positions to learning to play is logical and sequential. It outlines the skills needed to learn guitar playing gradually. This and accompanying exercises are the main properties.
 
5
   Top-notch book
I have been using it for a little over a month and have found value in the exercises and the instruction. I especially liked this spiral-bound version ''. Makes it much easier to lay on a music stand or wherever it is you sit to practice. The product was received in great condition.
 
5
   my Jazz guitar teacher recommended this book
My purpose in using this book is to increase my finger awareness, which could happen with many different classical guitar books. My teacher, a very experienced and will-trained instructor, recommended this. I read the first half of the book and found it solid. I am now midway through the book and I think it will gradually fulfill my purpose.
 
5
   Perfect for Beginners to Advanced
I learned classical guitar for the first time with this book back in 1973. I went from beginner to intermediate in a fairly short time and continued to play as an advanced player for many years. But life has a way of taking, marriage, children, jobs, etc. and I stopped playing with any regularity. Twenty years ago, the company was founded. I bought this book again so that I can teach myself and maybe get back to an intermediate level at least.
 
5
   Best of them all!
I bought a dozen+ beginning guitar method books to teach finger style classical guitar. This has plenty of exercises to learn each lesson thoroughly and can be used alone with or without an instructor.
 
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