Learn to Play Electric Guitar

Author: Nigel Hooper

Publisher: Edc Pub

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 241

Provides instructions for choosing and playing an electric guitar, including reading music, playing chords, leads, and scales, different musical styles, improvising, and songwriting, and introduces prominent guitarists.

How to Play Electric Guitar

Easy to Read, Easy to Play; Effects, Styles and Technique

Author: Tony Skinner

Publisher: Flame Tree Pub

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 384

View: 751

Contains the information the new or intermediate electric players need to perfect their playing of this vital instrument. It shows you how to use effects, how to adapt to stage and rehearsal amps, how to record the electric guitar at home on your computer and how to cope with cables, feedback and dodgy microphones while playing live on stage.

Strangest Angels Play Electric Guitars. . .

Author: Tom Demalon

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 444

View: 982

Strangest angels play electric guitars… Set against the backdrop of the rough, seedy Hollywood club scene, four musicians struggle in a million to one shot bid for success in the music world. But, when guitarist Francis McCombe falls in love with Spriglet, a strange girl who doesn’t speak, their world will never be the same. Taking their name from the haunting lead singer, Spriglet, the band, creates a stir, fueled as much by their offstage antics as their growing reputation as a musical force. Spriglet will lead them on a surreal, bittersweet trip from the dives of Hollywood to the heights of superstardom. Although written with a firsthand insight into the music industry, that world is merely the setting for this warm, sweet, tender, funny love story that is weird, wonderful, and full of the real…steeped in fantasy and rooted in truth. Much more than only rock and roll, this is a story of love, faith, and friendship, an enchanting journey filled with an eccentric cast of characters and told with humor and grit. “…a great authentic-without-trying feel to it…I totally got sucked in by the characters and the dialogue…drama, sex, comedy, drugs, suspense, and tragedy” Kim Richey, Grammy-nominated, Lost Highway Records artist “…a poignant look at music and other matters of the heart…heartfelt and clever…engaging and amusing” Tyler Pittman, Columbia Records “…comes alive through references to past and present popular music…a fun and informative read…magical” Sandra Faucett, ROCKRGRL magazine

Play Electric Guitar

From Bedroom to Band in 90 Days

Author: Terry Burrows

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 128

View: 703

This interactive package (complete with a book, an instructional CD, a wall chart poster, a guitar pick, and three sheets of fretboard stickers) equips the novice with everything he or she needs to achieve band quality competency in three months. Illustrations.

Learn to Play Electric Guitar

Author: Paul Andrews

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 78

View: 942

Learn To Play Electric Guitar is a truly unique method for the beginner guitarist, not only is this book a complete roadmap to learning the electric guitar but also included is special access to the books accompanying website. The accompanying website takes the method to the next level with each chapter having a video introduction and 95 play along tracks. It gives you the opportunity to get your questions answered by the authors themselves. The book is designed to take out the frustration and confusion when first learning the guitar giving beginners a solid foundation in electric guitar playing techniques such as: Power Chords 12 Bar Blues Improvisation Open Chords Barre Chords Minor Pentatonic Scale Lead Guitar Techniques

Electric Guitar Playing: Grade 1

Author: Tony Skinner

Publisher: Registry Publications Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 28

View: 388

Ideal for beginners and those in the early stages of learning to play guitar. This book is part of an acclaimed series by the Registry of Guitar Tutors. This book covers all the material needed for the Registry of Guitar Tutors Grade One electric guitar examination, enabling you to gain an internationally recognized qualification. The material covered includes: open and fretted scales; 15 open position chords; exercises to use the chords with chord charts and use the scales for lead playing; full details of spoken tests on the anatomy of the guitar and musical knowledge; examples of aural assessments to develop your ear for music. Whether or not you are interesting in taking an RGT exam, studying this course will help you to achieve your full potential as a guitarist by developing all aspects of your guitar playing, increasing your knowledge of specialist electric guitar techniques and improving your understanding of the music theory that relates to electric guitar playing.

How to Play Guitar: Guitar Basics On Guitar Chords, Guitar Scales, Guitar Licks, Guitar Tricks, and Guitar Theory for Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar and Bass Guitar

Author: Steve Colburne, Malibu Publishing

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page:

View: 115

Are you considering learning to play guitar? There are different methods you can employ in learning guitar, as well as advantages to being a guitar player. Please note that this ebook is not a complete guide on how to play the guitar but rather it is an introduction to what is involved in learning the guitar. After reading this e-book, you should know if playing the guitar is for you. There are many advantages of mastering the techniques and chords of guitar music. You are a unique individual. Out of ten people only one becomes a pure musician. And by some luck, that person is a guitarist. Or can be someone with pure musical talent who can play not only the guitar but similar instruments. Some say it is taught but real talent comes from deep inside. It is that spirit within you that makes you distinct. If you'd like to discover what is involved in learning guitar, this ebook will help you.

How to Play Guitar: What Everyone Ought to Know About the Guitar

Author: Robert Johnson

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page:

View: 738

It is not hard for a newbie to learn to play the guitar, the guitar is among the simplest instruments you can learn to play, know that 65% of the American people know how to play the guitar. If you are unaccustomed playing guitar then it can look a little bit overpowering, but take it from me when i tell that it is pretty well to do and if you are able to get past the learning curve it is truly a great deal of fun to play guitar. With this ebook discover: - Getting to know guitar tabs - Buyers guide to electric guitars - What you need to know about the acoustic guitar - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!

Electric Guitar Playing: Grade 6

Author: Tony Skinner

Publisher: Registry Publications Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 36

View: 378

Covers all the material needed for the RGT Grade Six electric guitar examination, enabling you to gain an internationally recognised qualification. The book should help you to develop all aspects of guitar playing, increase your knowledge of specialist electric guitar techniques, understand the music theory that relates to electric guitar playing and achieve your full potential as a guitarist.

Electric Guitar Playing

Preliminary Grade

Author: Tony Skinner

Publisher: Registry Publications Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 24

View: 849

Part of a series which offers a comprehensive method of studying the guitar, this book covers all the material needed for the RGT Preliminary Grade electric guitar examination. It aims to help the reader to: develop all aspects of guitar playing, increase knowledge of specialist electric guitar techniques, understand the music theory that relates to electric guitar playing and achieve their full potential as a guitarist.