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Can you recommend the "Fretboard Logic" series?...

Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by brillocaster, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. brillocaster

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    Was in GC today and saw Parts I and II offered in one book for $19. I have committed myself to some serious theory study this summer,to augment my current "ear and eye" practice, and was wondering if this is a good, guitar-specific series to under take.

    If you feel something else may be more valuable, I'm all ears.
     
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    It was somewhat over my head, but I was less interested in theory than I am now. Anyhow, a friend of mine made off with my copies, so I haven't tried reading them over.
     
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    Fretboard Logic is a better reference tool than a learning tool. I think the money would be better spent on a teacher who knows theory.
     
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    I've got the book and the DVD. It's a good reference, but it's pretty heavy on theory. I suspect that a lot of what it teaches comes to most players as a side-effect of playing all the time, but I'm the kind of person who needs to know some details of what I'm doing instead of just memorizing finger-shapes on the fretboard. I'll probably use it a bit more as I improve my skills.
     
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