Tennessee Jedi wrote:Octal wrote:What about those of us who like books? What would you recommend?
Just google his name .... lots of awesome stuff
Chord Chemistry is a excellent book .... Ted Greene ....
I just got done doing a round of lessons. Its about getting better as a musician .... gotta keep growing !
Once in awhile you get shown the light .....
Dudes - no way - I never thought I would run into anyone who has this book. I picked it up at a flea market like 20+ years ago thinking it would have to be good because it had hippie looking dude on the cover. There is a lot of good stuff in there about chords but it is a tough read.
Check out this book called The Art of Playing Rock Guitar by Richard Daniels. I got it from amazon for less than 20 bucks. He covers theory really well, in depth and in an easy way to understand and relate to playing on a guitar. A lot covering modes of scales which is really helpful for getting the concept of myxolydian and all other variations. I highly recommend -any one else have this one too?