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Teach Yourself Guitar Theory covers all the essentials of rhythm, scales, chords, modes, harmonics, and sight reading. The music theory book lets you...Click To Read More About This Product

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Specifically written for players who want to master theory but don't have a teacher.

Teach Yourself Guitar Theory covers all the essentials of rhythm, scales, chords, modes, harmonics, and sight reading. The music theory book lets you check your progress with quizzes and puzzles along the way. 64 pages.


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Awesome.

By mathew2k

from Lawrence, MI

Comments about Alfred Teach Yourself Guitar Theory Book:

This book, first off, represents the "short" cords, the easy 1 and 2, finger chords, using only 2 to 4 strings, max, per "chord" as though the shortcuts and cheats ARE the 5, minimum, and usually all-strings-in-use, whole chords. Any chords that require more than 2 fingers are referred to as "3 and 4 finger chords." This book, supposedly designed to teach the guitarist a wider, deeper understanding of music. There is a huge difference between simplefied and simplistic, and that difference is made obvious by this horribly simplistic music theory "instruction" book. The only possible good I can see in this book is that it would fair, NOT good but fair, as introductory lessons for the person, or child, who has never touched a guitar or had any other contact with actual music more advanced than merely listening to it.

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