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Guitar All-In-One for Dummies, Book + Online Video & Audio Instruction


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Introduction 1 Book I: Guitar 101 5 Chapter 1: Guitar Anatomy and Tuning 7 Chapter 2: Get ting Ready to Play 21 Chapter 3: Buying and Stringing a Guitar 33 Chapter 4: Deciphering Music Notation and Tablature 59 Book II: Sounds and Techniques 75 Chapter 1: Basic Major and Minor Chords 77 Chapter 2: Adding Spice: Basic 7th Chords 95 Chapter 3: Power Chords and Barre Chords 109 Chapter 4: Right-Hand Rhy thm Guitar Techniques 123 Chapter 5: Playing Melodies in Position and in Double-Stops 147 Book III: Getting to Know Guitar Theory 163 Chapter 1: Navigating the Fretboard and Building Triads 165 Chapter 2: Getting to Know the CAGED System 189 Chapter 3: Playing Snazzier Chords with Chord Tones and Extensions 211 Chapter 4: Playing Chord Progressions by Numbers 229 Chapter 5: Identifying Tonics, Keys, and Modes 241 Chapter 6: Dominant Function and Voice Leading 271 Book IV: Rock Guitar 283 Chapter 1: I Know, It?s Only Rock Guitar, but I Like It 285 Chapter 2: Playing Lead 301 Chapter 3: Groovin? on Riffs 323 Chapter 4: Going Up the Neck and Playing the Fancy Stuff 333 Chapter 5: The Care and Feeding of Your Electric Guitar 355 Book V: Blues Guitar 377 Chapter 1: Introducing the Blues and Playing Blues Rhythm 379 Chapter 2: Blues Progressions, Song Forms, and Moves 405 Chapter 3: Musical Rif fs: Bedrock of the Blues 427 Book VI: Classical Guitar 443 Chapter 1: Introducing the Classical Guitar 445 Chapter 2: Playing Easy Pieces in Open Position 467 Chapter 3: Combining Arpeggios and Melody 481 Book VII: Exercises: Practice, Practice, Practice 501 Chapter 1: Putting the Major Scales to Use in Your Playing 503 Chapter 2: Adding Major Scale Sequences to Your Repertoire 517 Chapter 3: Tackling the Three Minor Scales 531 Chapter 4: Building Finger Independence with Chord Exercises 561 Appendix A: 96 Common Chords 587 Appendix B: Accessing the Video Clips and Audio Tracks 591 Index 599

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Hal Leonard Corporation is a United States music publishing and distribution company founded in Winona, Minnesota, by Harold "Hal" Edstrom, his brother, Everett "Leonard" Edstrom, and fellow musician Roger Busdicker. Currently headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, it is the largest sheet music publisher in the world. Jon Chappell is a multi-style guitarist, composer, arranger, and best-selling author. He holds a master's degree in music composition from DePaul University, served as editor-in-chief of Guitar Magazine, and was the founder and first editor-in-chief of Home Recording magazine. He is the author of several books. Mark Phillips is a guitarist, arranger, and editor with more than 30 years in the music publishing field. He earned his bachelor's degree in music theory from Case Western Reserve University, where he received the Carolyn Neff Award for scholastic excellence, and his master's degree in music theory from Northwestern University, where he was elected to Pi Kappa Lambda, the most prestigious U.S. honor society for college and university music students. While working toward a doctorate in music theory at Northwestern, Phillips taught classes in theory, ear-training, sight-singing, counterpoint, and guitar. Desi Serna has built a substantial online platform as an engaging and approachable guitar guru-a guitar player and teacher with more than 10,000 hours of experience providing private guitar lessons and classes. Serna is hailed as a "music-theory expert" by Rolling Stone magazine.

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