#1
I just want to pick everyones brain and find out what everyones favorite guitar instructional books are to get some ideas for new books to grab. Enlighten me.

My top 3 are:

1. Soloing Strategies for Guitar-Tom Kolb
-Best book for Scale Patterns and guides you through which scales to go through first.
2. Solo Guitar Playing Series-Frederick Noad
If your a classical guitarist I can't think of a better book. Great for sight reading and the songs are actually appealing to the ear (no "Mary Had A Little Lamb")
3. Zen Guitar- Philip Toshio Sudo
A Martial Art disciplined perspective on playing the guitar
#5
i wouldnt take any. wtf are those things for anyway?

douchefags thats what.
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#6
I'd take YouTube. Yes, I would physically take the whole website with me.

Gear:
-Custom Frankenstrat (Now in bits pending a home-made Charvel So-Cal mod)
-Boss ME-25 (Modded with gaffer tape and blu-tack)


Quote by Xiaoxi
Modes and scales are dumb and useless. Stop learning them. No, seriously.
#7
We are talking about a survival on your own wits situation and I'm wasting room for what now?
Gilchrist custom
Yamaha SBG500
Telecasters
Randall RM100 & RM20
Marshall JTM45 clone
Marshall JCM900 4102 (modded)
Marshall 18W clone
Fender 5F1 Champ clone
Atomic Amplifire
Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


Cathbard Amplification
My band
#8
I'd take some porn and a device for opening coconuts
Actually called Mark!

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#9
Quote by Cathbard
We are talking about a survival on your own wits situation and I'm wasting room for what now?


You're forgetting how useful guitar instructional books are in survival situations. They can be used for food, water, shelter, makeshift rafts and learning the stairway to heaven solo....

Gear:
-Custom Frankenstrat (Now in bits pending a home-made Charvel So-Cal mod)
-Boss ME-25 (Modded with gaffer tape and blu-tack)


Quote by Xiaoxi
Modes and scales are dumb and useless. Stop learning them. No, seriously.
#10
Quote by ewashbrook
You're forgetting how useful guitar instructional books are in survival situations. They can be used for food, water, shelter, makeshift rafts and learning the stairway to heaven solo....

Yeah, much more useful than, I don't know - another knife.
Gilchrist custom
Yamaha SBG500
Telecasters
Randall RM100 & RM20
Marshall JTM45 clone
Marshall JCM900 4102 (modded)
Marshall 18W clone
Fender 5F1 Champ clone
Atomic Amplifire
Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


Cathbard Amplification
My band
#12
Quote by Y00p
A book on how to use my instructional guitar as a raft.


In that case a book on how to use a book on how to use my instructional guitar book as a raft, as a raft...

Gear:
-Custom Frankenstrat (Now in bits pending a home-made Charvel So-Cal mod)
-Boss ME-25 (Modded with gaffer tape and blu-tack)


Quote by Xiaoxi
Modes and scales are dumb and useless. Stop learning them. No, seriously.
#15
fingerboard theory for guitar by mike christiansen
and despite what people say, i'd go for creed greatest hits alfred publishing tab book.
mark tremonti is a very good guitarist, despite what anyone wants to say. at least he doesn't do the stereotypical hard rock 60-70's stuff every other modern rocker does, he's diverse.
3. i don't have one. i'd take music theory 4 though if i had to. good college course.
#16
Quote by ewashbrook
I'd take YouTube. Yes, I would physically take the whole website with me.


This


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and a device for opening coconuts


And this.
"You're not hardcore unless you live hardcore"