#1
Hi all

I am looking for a guitar course on par with "Alfred's all in one piano book"

A book that comprises of theory, practice, technique etc..

I lookforward to reading your recomendations
#2
I just youtube my favorite guitar players. There's tons vedios from the artist
themselve. How they play and the technique they use.
I get a visual and explinations from the artist themselves instead of expert's opinions.lol
I just got done watching Gorge Lynch. Most of the stuff he was showing were
his technique. He didnt go much into theory.

There's other stuff..such as picking patterns, strumming patterns for different types
of music. I download those too. The ones I like and need to work on.

There's tons of music theory on the tube. Some people explains it very easy.
other still wanna make it hard.lol
Last edited by smc818 at Jan 16, 2014,
#3
Quote by Synbadd
Hi all

I am looking for a guitar course on par with "Alfred's all in one piano book"

A book that comprises of theory, practice, technique etc..

I lookforward to reading your recomendations


I'd say for music, Lick Library is the best. They basically take you step by step through each lick and Danny Gill sometimes will explain the theory behind the sounds. The transcriptions are very accurate, plus you can emulate their technique.

For theory, I'd say get Guthrie Govan's book and The Advancing Guitarist is the best but kind of for an advanced player.

If you've done the Alfred's then you pretty much know enough theory... I would focus on learning intervals on the guitar if I were you.