#1
hey guys, Ive been playing about a year. Im self taight, and would like to buy a guitar book, that goes over stuff to practice, techniques, rhythm and all that other good stuff. I want to get a book aimed for the intermmediate guitarist, any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
#2
i liked the fretboard logic SE books. vol 1 teaches the CAGED system for chords and lead patterns. Vol 2 teaches scales, arpeggios, lead patterns, and all the shapes for them. Vol 3. teaches reviews all that and talks about rhythm, lead playing, phrasing, creativity and a bunch of other stuff/junk.

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#4
troy stetinas books are very good for learnin lead and stuff
maybe so...maybe so young one.

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#5
Behave, guys, come on, it's not hard.

I suggest William Leavitt's Modern Method for Guitar.
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