The Exercise Book for Guitar

The Exercise Book for Guitar

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by Adam Kadmon
     
 

This volume is the most extensive, thorough and exhaustive compendium of exercises for the guitar ever published. Adam Kadmon has placed the entire foundation of dexterity and physical technique in this one book. This tome is the essential collection of new and proven exercises that build strength, endurance, control and timing as assembled and created by the

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This volume is the most extensive, thorough and exhaustive compendium of exercises for the guitar ever published. Adam Kadmon has placed the entire foundation of dexterity and physical technique in this one book. This tome is the essential collection of new and proven exercises that build strength, endurance, control and timing as assembled and created by the author of the renowned Guitar Grimoire Series.

  • 248 pages

Contains the following:

  • pattern exercises, three note coil exercises, four note coil exercises
  • Major scale exercises, Minor pentatonic exercises, Chord run exercises

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825835650
Publisher:
Fischer, Carl, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/01/2004

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The Exercise Book for Guitar 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great book.   if you pay attention you will wind up learning your modes while you're at it!
Redneck_Don More than 1 year ago
Packed full of finger-twisters and muscle builders. What it won't do is boost your musical knowledge or teach you anything groundbreaking. If you follow the directions, you will be sore and then you will be a better guitar player. Like I said, it is an exercise book - that's what it does.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've been having a great time going through the exercises in this book, and I was wanting to order one for my little brother as well. But B&N apparently aren't stocking it. Good book! It's really opening up the fretboard for me.