#1
I've been playing guitar for years and George Harrison is kind of my idol. Anyway although I can play a lot of stuff, my knowledge of the instrument is kind of limited. I know my fair share of chords, all the main ones at least and certain variations but I want to learn more. I basically want to learn inversions, understand how shapes transform up the neck. Same chords inverted higher and higher. Does anyone know a book that can teach me all chords and variations, with inversions etc. I know a lot of information can be found online but I have a difficult time learning off web screens, I'd rather have something in paper form I can pick up and read.
#2
How to write Songs on the Guitar by Rikky Rooksby. You can get it on Amazon and it's not too expensive, covers a lot of chords and how to put them together and use them, it's good.
#4
http://www.tedgreene.com/

no charge at this site..

more info about chords than you will ever be able to use in a lifetime and HOW to use them - from simple to ultra complex .. great inversion charts.. and lots of info about music in general-jazz classical blues rock-applied to guitar ...

ted greene was a super instructor and still has the admiration of many "super" guitarists..
Last edited by wolflen at Feb 19, 2014,
#5
I dont know which book you can use, but you may try looking into rythm guitar and music theory all alone.
#6
This is the book I learned on. Very comprehensive regarding chord position, composition, and learning basic theory.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Guitar-Handbook-Ralph-Denyer/dp/0679742751/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1392905408&sr=8-2&keywords=guitarist%27s+handbook

This is another book I own (an older version) that's also very good.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Complete-Guitarist-Richard-Chapman/dp/0789497018/ref=pd_sim_b_6?ie=UTF8&refRID=1WN9KXYP41HPHE49DJSW
Hi, I'm Peter