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Bill Edwards Publishing Fretboard Logic 2 Chords Scales and Arpeggios Book
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Armed with a comprehensive understanding of the guitar fretboard from Volume I, Fretboard Logic 2 explores the next area common to all styles of musi...Read More
Armed with a comprehensive understanding of the guitar fretboard from Volume I, Fretboard Logic 2 explores the next area common to all styles of music and all types of guitars: the tone groups.
Fretboard Logic Volume II presents the 3 basic tonal elements of music in the context of the fretboard pattern organization of Volume I. The tonal materials available to a musician come from note groupings. Groups of notes that are played simultaneously are termed chords and those that are played consecutively are called scales or modes. The third category consists of a hybrid whereby chords are played like scales, known as arpeggios. Guitar chords, scales, and arpeggios are not music by themselves but are the tonal materials that the musician uses to produce it.
With Fretboard Logic 2 you are not forced to memorize thousands of patterns or stuck trying to guess on which string to look for which note as with ordinary methods. Instead, you'll be building your guitar knowledge based on the patterns already mastered in Volume I. This takes years off the learning curve.
Fretboard Logic does not dictate any specific style of music, as it presents chords, scales and arpeggios as the one area which all types of music have in common. Volume II represents a full and complete toolbox of these essential musical elements and provides a means of learning them with less effort than ever before. Also the guitar lessons include introductions to theory, technique, style, lead and rhythm playing.
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Comments about Bill Edwards Publishing Fretboard Logic 2 Chords Scales and Arpeggios Book:
I bought the entire 3 book series about 10 years ago. I still use book II and book III as references from time to time and still find them useful tools for expanding my chops. Forget the 1000+ chord or scale compendiums; once you understand the basics of the C-A-G-E-D sequence and how chords and scales fit into it, you won't need to dig thru a book to find a Bb harmonic minor scale (or any other scale). You'll know how to build it yourself. Beginners will find the tools needed to play and sound good, while intermediate and advanced players will certainly find new territory to explore. If you're serious about making music, this is the best investment of time and money you can make.