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Flying Fingers

By Dave Celentano

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Guitar
Composed by Dave Celentano. Stylistic Method. Softcover with CD. Guitar tablature. 48 pages. Published by Centerstream Publications (HL.103).

Item Number: HL.103
ISBN 093175920X. With guitar tablature. 9x12 inches.

With the help of this book/CD pack, your fingers will be flying over the guitar neck! It offers clear demonstrations of techniques proven to increase speed, precision and dexterity. 32 examples cover arpeggios, speed picking techniques, alternate picking, sweep picking, circular picking, melodic sequences, and more. The CD demonstrates each technique at three speeds: slow, medium and fast.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Spokane, WA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • March 13, 2006 Yes, Buy This Book!

    I use this book daily still and it's first publishing was back in 87'. Today, in 2006, I run through the exercises, etudes, sequences and arpeggios to warm up my fingers. This is the only Celentano book I've owned and it really has improved my technique. The author...

    has printed the notation, the tablature, the left-hand fingering, and the pick direction. His tips in holding the pick at a 45 degree angle and also in keeping a flexible circular motion in your thumb/index grip are valuable hints for bettering one's sweep picking. He covers Alternate picking, Sweep picking, many wonderful arpeggios, and a few uses of right hand fingertapping. Thanks, Dave. This book, though a struggle at first,have enlivened my compositions and by committing myself to learn each page I've developed a passion for getting my fingers on those strings.

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  • 3

    Location:
    Okinawa, Japan
  • September 08, 2003 Neoclassical styles for the beginner

    This book & CD are useful if you want to learn scales to play neoclassical solos. Not bad, except I prefer more Metal solos.

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  • 3

    Location:
    crystal river fl
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • June 20, 2002 its a great book

    this book is great for building speed and accuracy. it helps a lot. the music was not really my kinda sound but its fun to play. you can use it as guide lines in your own music. the only thing i did not like was that the notes are written...

    in one octave and the tabs could be in all places on the fret board. i would go buy it the cd helps a lot .hope this helps

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