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Chord Tone Soloing Private Lessons Series

A Guitarist's Guide to Melodic Improvising in Any Style

By Barrett Tagliarino

Book/Online Audio Guitar
A Guitarist's Guide to Melodic Improvising in Any Style. Musicians Institute Press. Play Along. Softcover Audio Online. 112 pages. Published by Musicians Institute Press (HL.695855).

Item Number: HL.695855

ISBN 9780634083655. 9.0x12.0x0.293 inches. Private Lessons Series by Barrett Tagliarino.

Learn how the professionals create monster solos with this easy-to-use book with online audio! The accompanying audio includes 68 tracks of exercises, licks, solo examples, and play-alongs. Includes all necessary foundation materials; detailed instructions on how and what to practice; essential concepts for players at every level; developing your real-time melodic reflexes; soloing over any progression in any style of music; using chords as an endless source of ideas; and more. The audio is accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be downloaded or streamed.

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    Calgary, Alberta
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  • December 13, 2008 Good book, Could be Improved

    The vast majority of guitarists learn scales and end up blasting around the fretboard, so this book is extremely important for advancing the goal of melodic improvisation. I have found that the missing piece of the puzzle, to get guitarists to really progress is to give them examples of melodic...

    lines and to get them to visualize the chord/arpeggio shape for a chord while learning melodic lines. Just knowing the appropriate scale and chord tones does not usually lead to melodic lines, although they will usually be better than playing scales alone. Students also need examples of lines to use while visualizing the arpeggio shape so they can see how the line works around the arpeggio. These are often moveable to other keys/chords increasing the use of the lines.

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