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Fretboard Roadmaps Beginning Guitar
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Fretboard Roadmaps Beginning Guitar

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Sokolow, Fred
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Grade Beginning/Int

Price: $16.99

Catalog #00696479

UPC code: 884088560782

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Fred Sokolow's best-selling guitar method and series has helped hundreds of thousands of guitar players. For the first time, this system is presented for the absolute beginner. While teaching the basic skills needed to play countless songs, Sokolow presents practical music theory that will enhance your playing. The visual fretboard patterns, used in all of the Roadmaps books, make it easier to understand the guitar and think like a musician. With chord grids, tablature, music notation and a recording, you'll immediately learn how to: play over 20 familiar tunes; strum and fingerpick songs with many different rhythms; play melodies in five different keys; play dozens of chords; use the “blues box” to play solos and to jam with other players; play power chords and barre chords up and down the neck; read tablature and music notation; and more! The accompanying recording includes the songs, scales and exercises that are presented in tablature and music notation throughout the book. The success of the Fretboard Roadmaps series is due to its practical, visual patterns, which help the guitarist learn to play – quickly!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A CHORD FAMILY, THE  
A MAJOR SCALE, THE  
ABOUT THE AUTHOR  
BARRE CHORDS & POWER CHORDS  
C CHORD FAMILY, THE  
C MAJOR SCALE, THE  
D CHORD FAMILY, THE  
D MAJOR SCALE, THE  
E CHORD FAMILY, THE  
E MAJOR SCALE, THE  
G CHORD FAMILY, THE  
G MAJOR CHORD FAMILY, THE  
GUITAR NOTATION LEGEND  
HOW TO READ MUSIC  
INTRODUCTION  
MOVEABLE BLUES BOX, THE  
NOTE FOR BEGINNERS, A  
NOTES ON THE FRETBOARD  
PRELIMINARIES (BEFORE YOU START PLAYING  
TRACK SHEET/SONG INDEX  
WHAT IS A MAJOR SCALE  
WHAT'S NEXT?  
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