#1
I'm in the quest for a good scale / arps sequences book and i'd like some advice on which one would be a good start.

By searching for sequences or melodic patterns you can find several results that vary from a single tutorial/article to a book or video method. Below is a list of some i've found:

- David Walliman: http://www.guitarinfusion.com/p/melodic-sequences

- Brad Carlton: https://truefire.com/techniques-guitar-lessons/melodic-patterns-techniques/c235

- Jay Friedman -- Guitar Scales & Melodic Patterns @ Amazon

- Barry Finnerty -- The Serious Jazz Practice Book @ http://www.shermusic.com/1883217423.php

I'm not including the single turorials on the web and I'm not considering going for the Slonimski's Thesaurus of Scales and Melodic Patterns, appears to be more of a collection patterns that may be created by the result of math combinations

Thanks in advance. Ken
#2
Can't say anything about
Quote by KenACwb


- David Walliman: http://www.guitarinfusion.com/p/melodic-sequences

- Brad Carlton: https://truefire.com/techniques-guitar-lessons/melodic-patterns-techniques/c235

- Jay Friedman -- Guitar Scales & Melodic Patterns @ Amazon

but Barry Finnerty -- The Serious Jazz Practice Book has good reviews, you can also check set of books from the following thread
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1546858
#3
Thanks Udjine for the link. Good source of info although more oriented for music theory in general. My notation reading abilities are not great, but doable so I decide to start with a book named: Patterns for Jazz by Jerry Coker. It's more basics and intermediate than the The Serious Jazz Practice Book which I believe is a good next step one.

ps. for the ones thinking about Sequences and Open up the fretboard view in general don't be fooled by the "... for Jazz" titles. It's all music.