#1
By Peter Greenfield.

It's out of print,

If anyone has it I'd be interested. Please PM me as I need to ask you a question.
#3
OK

I lost book three and wonder if anyone would be able to scan it and send it to me?

It was old I bought it decades ago and am having trouble finding it again. TBH I need to find an alternative to it.

It's a long shot I know however this is a big community so you never know.
#4
Out of sheer non-judgemental curiosity, what is in the book that you can't find in some way shape or form somewhere else?

Assuming that is actually the issue at hand, of course...
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#5
Technique and Exercises.

It isn't very common for some reason but trust me it was an excellent 5 part study course.

The section on scales is very comprehensive, bare in mind that it was released in 1986 so it was at the cutting edge at that time, the golden age of Rock and Metal guitar IMO.

Amazed that it did not get amended into later editions? Who knows?
#9
Quote by AlanHB
It's available in full, for free on the Scribd app. I had a quick look, it's all there https://www.scribd.com/mobile/doc/201039284&ved=0CBsQFjAA&usg=AFQjCNFg8hRuRnxx9ESET0ojU23yMHXDUQ&sig2=tFCnMIX9PFe_Z5Ttb0w78Qm


Cool, interested in checking this out myself.

Thanks!
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