#1
I've been playing guitar for 3-4 years and I think I'm an intermediate player. I decided to stop taking lessons because I don't think I was getting much out of them. So...now I'm looking for a book of exercises, scales, and things I can do to get better at guitar. Someone recommended the Guitar Grimoire but I found some bad reviews for it too. Any other suggestions?
#5
Speed Mechanics is really good. Another option is Rock Discipline by John Petrucci.
#7
the guitar grimoire is one of the best books i have you should get it make sure its the scales and modes edition. I dont really use the modes but the book is basically an encyclopedia of scales. its not demonic although it looks like it
#8
you shouldnt be buying stuff cuz other people give good or bad reviews on it. you should check it out first. whats crap to someone is someone else's treasure
#9
I have Creative Guitar 2 by Guthrie Govan and Thrash Guitar Method by Troy Stetina, between these two books I have made more progress than anywhere else, possibly even lessons. Anything by either of those guys is worth the money.
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