(Berklee Methods). Now guitarists can have all three volumes of this classic guitar method in one convenient book! Created by popular demand, this new edition of the method used as the basic text for the renowned Berklee College of Music guitar program is a complete compilation of the original Volumes 1, 2, and 3. Innovative solos, duets and exercises progressively teach melody, harmony and rhythm. Perfect for the serious guitar student and instructor alike.
|Publisher:||Berklee Press Publications|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||9.00(w) x 12.00(h) x 0.97(d)|
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Finally, all three volumes in one book! 'A Modern Method for Guitar: 123 Complete' is studied by all guitarists attending Berklee College of Music, and for good reason. In volume one, which is designed for beginning students, the author, William Leavitt, covers all the fundamentals of good musicianship. In volumes two and three the entire fingerboard is covered as Leavitt builds upon the concepts covered in volume one, such as melody, scales, arpeggios and chords. As the third guitarist ever accepted at Berklee College of Music, Leavitt pioneered the guitar program and helped establish it as it stands today. His exceptional methods of teaching are captured in this complete collection of all three volumes. A definite must have for any guitarist.