New York Guitar Method Volume One

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For the intermediate to advanced jazz, rock, heavy metal or blues guitarist who wants a BLACK BELT in scales - this is the Holy Grail you have been searching for...

Break out of the box go way beyond just scales and their fingering patterns forget about buying every new Shred video that comes out. This book gives you the theory behind all the cool licks you ever wanted to learn and also includes Modal Sequencing with Rhythmic Permutations to ...

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Overview

For the intermediate to advanced jazz, rock, heavy metal or blues guitarist who wants a BLACK BELT in scales - this is the Holy Grail you have been searching for...

Break out of the box go way beyond just scales and their fingering patterns forget about buying every new Shred video that comes out. This book gives you the theory behind all the cool licks you ever wanted to learn and also includes Modal Sequencing with Rhythmic Permutations to give you kick-ass scale ideas.

From the 22 most important scales to the 2048 alternate scales this isn't just a collection of scales; its an in-depth method for raising your musicianship through understanding how scales interface with every aspect of music.

This book will:

• Expand you palette of scales.

• Demonstrate how to use scales in chord progressions are

interrelated and how to use your ear to distinguish these relationships.

• Help you understand the 22 most used scales in improvisation.

• Show how adding notes to a chord will affect the scale you choose.

• Show you how to add accents to your playing to give it a more rhythmic sound.

PLUS, give you 2048 scale possibilities to give your playing more variation and excitement... music theory exercises that apply these scales directly to the guitar via guitar diagrams... and common chord progressions that use these scales.

You will discover:

• How to add articulations such as hammer-ons, pull-offs, staccato

and legato notes, slides and vibrato to make your improvisations tastier.

• How to apply arpeggios, use cycles, the right scale for any chord.

• How guide tones, common chord substitutions, and slash chords work.

This book really gives you everything you need to master scales, chords, music theory, slash chords, modal sequencing, polyrhythmic feel, and rhythmic permutation of scales.

This book demystifies all of these subjects and then goes way beyond.

Need further information? Here's a list of the books contents:

(Take a deep breath)

The following scales and their theory are covered:

Major

Dorian

Phrygian

Lydian

Mixolydian

Aeolian

Locrian

Melodic Minor Ascending

Dorian b2

Lydian b7

Mixolydian b6

Locrian Natural 2

Altered

Diminished

Symmetrical

Whole Tone

Harmonic Minor

Mixolydian b2b6

Major Pentatonic

Minor Pentatonic

Blues

Added tensions for the following Chords:

Major7

Minor7

Dominant7

Dominant7sus4

Minor7b5

Diminished7

MinorMajor7

Major7#5

In-Depth coverage of:

Articulations

Hammer-Ons

Pull-Offs

Slides Below

Slides Above

Bends

Pre-Bends

Vibrato

Accents

Staccato

In-Depth look Modal Sequences using:

2 Note Modal Sequencing-Seconds

2 Note Modal Sequencing-Thirds

2 Note Modal Sequencing-Fifths

2 Note Modal Sequencing-Sixths

2 Note Modal Sequencing-Sevenths

3 Note Modal Sequencing

4 Note Modal Sequencing

The following Musical Concepts are covered:

Finding the Right Scale

Finding the Natural Scale Sound

Thinking the Way You Hear

Ditonic Scales

Tritonic Scales

Tetratonic Scales

Pentatonic Scales

Hexatonic Scales

Heptatonic Scales

Octatonic Scales

Nonatonic Scales

Decatonic Scales

Hendecatonic Scales

Dodecatonic Scales

List of 2,048 Scales

Slash Chords

Regular Chords and Slash Chords

Slash Chord Possibilities

Reharmonization Theory

Adding Tensions

After this book, you will definitely have a black belt in Scales!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594899003
  • Publisher: Muse Eek Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/1/2005
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.75 (d)

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