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I MAESTRI DELLA CHITARRA ROCK LIBRO CD TABLATURE Clapton Mark Knopfler Santana SATRIANI

MASTERS OF ROCK GUITAR, Peter Fisher. CD TABLATURE

Mezzo secolo di musica rock, solo 20 uomini. 250 esempi di fraseggi, brevi e medio brevi di: Chuck Berry, B.B. King, Albert King, Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Ritchie Blackmore, Santana, Summers, Mark Knopfler, Steve Morse, Van Halen, Roads, Gary Moore, Yngwie Malmsteen, Lukather, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Steve Vai. Informazioni sul suono e la strumentazione. Tecniche usate: alternate picking, i legati, sweep picking o economy picking, tapping, tecnica a due mani, bending e vibrato, dive bomb, effetti armonici, wrench slide, mouse trap, harmonic dive (horse), cat purr, talk/off-pitch, whammy bar. 159 pagine. 

TECHNIQUES AND CONCEPTS FROM 40 YEARS OF ROCK GUITAR with more than 250 licks in the styles of Chuck Berry, Jeff Beck, Mark Knopfler, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and many more.

Product Description:
The aim of this book and CD is to document the development of rock guitar playing by thoroughly investigating the styles of twenty distinctive and influential guitar greats, including Chuck Berry, Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Mark Knopfler, Gary Moore, Eddie van Halen, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and others. The more than 250 licks selected for inclusion here serve as a reference for anyone in search of authentic sounding material. This book is more than a mere compilation of licks. By presenting detailed information about personal influences, identifiable elements, harmonic material, sound (preferred instruments, amps, effects, etc.) and discographies, the book provides the reader with a well-rounded picture of each individual guitarist. In addition, the level of technical difficulty increases parallel to the chronological sequence, so the book can also be used as a methodically constructed learning aid for beginning to advanced players. The accompanying CD is over 70 minutes in length. It will not only help readers play the licks, but gives them the ability to select each profiled guitarist's music individually. In notation and tablature. Format: Book/CD Set

Welcome to the Masters of Rock Guitar
Foreword
Taking a look at the stylistic variety of the preceding decades, the task of documenting the development of rock guitar playing seems more than difficult. The problems begin with choosing the guitarists. Countless players will have to be left out who could be considered most important.
Undoubtedly you'll miss one guitarist or another who in your opinion is an absolute master of the rock guitar.
In order to maintain a clear perspective, I've found it necessary to restrict myself to twenty guitar heroes. Even in this book, space is limited, so I've tried to select only those really influential guitarists who've been primary forces in the development of guitar techniques. So it's been necessary to leave out guitarists like Frank Zappa, Steve Howe, John Mclaughlin, Pete Townshend, George Lynch, and others, as well as the guitarists from important groups like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Although their playing is inseparably linked to their groundbreaking compositions, from a technical standpoint, they're not as revolutionary or innovative as the rest of the "club", those whose playing has been an influence on a large number of other guitarists. The names of the ones I've chosen call to mind certain sounds, concepts and performing techniques that are often demanded of musicians and teachers.
(" Play it like Hendrix / van Halen / Knopfler / Lukather ... " or "Play some of those Police chords ... ") One is seldom asked to playa solo in a Beatles style. The selections here have been made to meet these demands and to serve as a reference work for anyone who is looking for some authentic sounding material. Of course the danger in this sort of undertaking lies in reducing the concept of the book down to a mere compilation of guitar licks. Comprehending a guitarist's style takes more than just having a few licks down. Without the essential background information, such as personal influences, identifiable elements, harmonic material, sound and discography, all of which, along with the licks, give a well-rounded picture of each individual guitarist, you can't do justice to the Masters of the Rock Guitar.
Not that I'm promoting a star cult. Four decades of rock history are personified by these twenty" chosen players", with whose help the stylistically variable development of rock guitar playing can be seen in a clear light. For this reason our brief tour of rock history will begin with those definitive representatives of the blues guitar, B.B,King and Albert King, whose playing still has a lot to offer to the current generation of guitarists. And this, although for many young guitarists (my own age group, by the way) the Era of the Electric Guitar began with Eddie van Halen, and names like Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page often bring little more response than a shrug of the shoulders. Of course the level of technical difficulty increases parallel to the chronological sequence. So "Masters of Rock Guitar" not only serves as a reference work, but can also - as an extra, so to speak - be used as a methodically constructed learning aid for beginning and advanced players. The accompanying CD is over seventy minutes in length. It will not only help you to play the licks, but has also the major advantage over other recordings that each of the guitarists can be selected individually. However you choose to use this book, I do hope you'll have a lot of fun reading, playing, listening and working.

On working with this book, Tips & Tricks
Before we begin our tour through the history of rock guitar playing here are a few hints and ideas how to work with this book: Play each lick not only over the chord it appears with, but also over the harmonic extensions. (For example, if C 7 is indicated, play also over C 9 and C 11; if Cm is indicated, play also over Cm7, Cm9, Cm11, etc.) Try them over the diatonic chords of the key, as well. The licks sound somewhat different over every chord (sometimes better, sometimes worse), and you'll find that this way you have seven times as much material as you would have if you only practiced over the suggested chord. Look at my instructions for execution (hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, etc.) as suggestions. Play around with the licks and see how they sit best under your fingers. Same thing for the rhythm, the choice of octaves and the sound. I've found that you really have to listen (in the deeper sense of the word) to each guitarist before you can develop a true feeling for his style. To really get the feeling for Jimi Hendrix's style, for example, you've got to listen quite a bit. The licks on the CD are just a beginning. Sorry, but there's no way around listening to the original. The discography should help you get your bearings. There are basically two ways to make progress with this book. One way is to go straight through from beginning to end, thereby experiencing the different stages of development in the music. The other possibility is to pick out your heroes in whichever order you want. However you do it, have fun! I have purposely recorded the licks on the CD with relatively neutral backgrounds, so that the stylistic labels IImetal II or IIfusion II, or whatever, won't be stamped on them. You'll have to combine and mix styles if you want to develop your own creativity and find your own style. Don't hesitate to use freshly learned licks in your playing. This is the only way to make them a part of your own repertoire. As to the subject of III don't copy anyone! II, I found a good quotation from Steve lukather: "If you copy only one guitarist, it's stealing. But if you copy a lot of them, it's a science. I play, by the way, almost exclusively 'borrowed' licks.!" With this in mind: LET'S GET BUSY! 

Contents:
Foreword
On working with this book

TIPS & TRICKS
Preparatory exercises
Alternate picking
Legato technique (Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs)
Sweep or economy picking
Two hand tapping
String bending and vibrato

BLUES AND EARLY ROCK PERIOD
B. B. King - THE KING OF BLUES
Albert King - BORN UNDER A BAD SIGN?
Chuck Berry -THE FATHER OF ROCK 'N ROLL

THE CLASSIC ROCK PERIOD
Jimi Hendrix - THE INVENTOR OF MODERN ROCK GUITAR
Eric Clapton - RESTLESS SLOWHAND
Jeff Beck - THE STRAT CAT
Jimmy Page -THE FOUNDING FATHER OF HEAVY ROCK
Ritchie Blackmore - HARD ROCK GOES CLASSICAL
Carlos Santana - SPIRITUAL LATIN BLUES

MODERN CLASSICS
Andy Summers - MUSIC NEEDS ROOM TO BREATHE
Mark Knopfler - THE SULTAN OF SWING
Steve Morse - MISTER VERSATILITY
Eddie van Halen - THE TAPPING GOD
Randy Roads - TRADEMARK LICKS FROM METAL AND CLASSICAL

THE NEW GUILD OR GUITAR HEROES WITHOUT END
Yngwie Malmsteen - NEO-CLASSICAL METAL WITH EGO PROBLEMS?
Gary Moore - STILL GOT THE BLUES
Steve Lukather - CONTROLLED ECSTASY
Joe Satriani - WORTH WAITING FOR
Steve Vai - HIS ROYAL DARKNESS
Paul Gilbert - FROM THE E MINOR TO THE HIP SCALE

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REAL ROCK GUITAR Kenn CHIPKIN CD TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI ACCORDI CHITARRA ELETTRICA

REAL ROCK GUITAR. Kenn Chipkin. Facciamo un paragone! L'accento americano e quello Britannico. 74 esempi, 120 pagine, migliaia di note a raffronto, comparazione di riffs, i solo di Chuck Berry, Doors, Beatles, Jethro Tull, Santana, Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, S.R.V, Blackmore, Jeff Beck, e molti altri. 58 esempi di riff, 10 di double-stops e scale; presi dagli anni '60 e '70, con 8 esempi di rock lead guitar completi. CD TABLATURE

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REH, HARD ROCK SOLOS FOR GUITAR. Paul Hanson. CD TABLATURE

REH, HARD ROCK SOLOS FOR GUITAR. P. Hanson. CD TAB.

Series: REH Publications
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Paul Hanson

Examine the solo concepts of the masters in this unique book/CD pack. You'll learn the signature techniques of Jimi Hendrix, Yngwie Malmsteen, Randy Rhoads, Steve Vai, Edward Van Halen and many others through phrase-by-phrase performance notes. Also covers long ascending and descending runs, two-handed guitar, rapid-fire repeating licks, sweep picking, building solos and more. The book includes standard notation & tab, and the CD features full demonstrations and rhythm-only tracks.

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CHITARRA ROCK BASICS Nick Nolan-Danny Gill Musicians Institute CD TABLATURE TECNICHE SOLISTE

 

ROCK LEAD BASICS, Nick Nolan and Danny Gill. Musicians Institute CD TABLATURE. 

Publisher: Musicians Institute Press

Rock Lead Basics

Techniques, Scales and Fundamentals for Guitar
Series: Musicians Institute Press
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Danny Gill
Composer: Nick Nolan

A method exploring the techniques, scales and fundamentals used by the greatest legends of rock guitar. CD includes over 75 full demonstration tracks. Covers pentatonic and diatonic scales, bending, vibrato, lead licks, and more. Includes standard notation and TABLATURE.

Inventory #HL 00695144
ISBN: 9780793573783
UPC: 073999951448
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
40 pages
 

Tecniche fondamentali per chitarra solista rock. Master Class

Un metodo che esplora le tecniche, le scale e le regole fondamentali usate dalle più grandi leggende della chitarra rock. Il CD include oltre 75 tracce dimostrative complete. Scale pentatoniche diatoniche. Bending, vibrato e licks essenziali. Notazione standard e TABLATURA.
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SEGRETI DELLA CHITARRA ROCK Peter Fischer LIBRO CD TABLATURE Bending-Vibrato TECNICA

ROCK GUITAR SECRETS. PETER FISCHER. Il libro metodo più completo di tecnica avanzata. 183 pagine di String skipping, alternate picking, sweeping (economy picking), arpeggios, tapping, whammy bar, pentatoniche, scale, modi, ecc. CD TABLATURE

Peter Fischer ROCK GUITAR SECRETS
Warm Ups
Pentatonic Scales
Bending, Vibrato and legato Techniques
Blues scales
String Skipping
Major Scales
Alternate picking
Modes
Economy picking (Sweeping)
Arpeggios
Two Hand Tapping
Minor scales
Legato Techniques
Exotic Scales
Whammy Bar
How to build a Solo
Practice Planning
Three-Notesper
String-Scales
Jam Tracks
Improvissation

and much more

Product Description:

The ultimate guitarist's reference book with playing techniques, solo and improvisation concepts, exercises and jam tracks. The purpose of this book is to demystify the relatively simple concepts or tricks around which much of rock guitar is built. The book is designed modularly, allowing the reader to choose any topic at any time, but is can also be sequentially as a method. Topics includes warm-ups, pentatonic scales, bending and vibrato techniques, blues scales, string skipping, major scales, alternate picking, modes, economy picking (sweeping), arpeggios, two-hand tapping, minor scales, legato techniques, exotic scales, whammy bar, how to build a solo, practice planning, and improvisation. Each concept is discussed in a thorough and easily understandable manner. The accompanying CD includes over 80 licks and exercises plus more than 20 jam tracks, helping the student put the concepts directly into practice. In notation and tablature.

Rock guitar secrets ... is there really such a thing? The cult that has always been built around every important rock guitarist seems to lend them a mystical quality. Of course, any thing unknown always has an aura of mystery about it until one takes a closer look at it. And that's exactly what I intend with this book; to finally lift the veil from around the so-called "secrets" of rock guitar playing, if such things really exist. In the course of this book you'll find that most of these so-called secrets are relatively simple concepts or tricks which can easily be learned by anyone. Combining them skilfully and developing a sensible, individually-geared practice plan while working with this book will work the real" magic". As is my first book" Masters of Rock Guitar", "Rock Guitar Secrets" is put together modularly, meaning that you can pick out sections at will. If you've" always wanted to learn something about two-hand tapping or the melodic minor scale", no problem! As it's not necessary to follow a set order of modules, each chapter is complete in itself, you can jump in spontaneously wherever you want. You don't have to have read the chapter on pentatonic scales in order to be ready to work with the section on the use of the vibrato arm. Of course you can also work through Rock Guitar Secrets from beginning to end, using it as a rock guitar" method". The real idea behind the modular design, though, is to help you to develop your own practice program. You'll find suggestions on how to put one together in chapter 18: "Effective learning - practice planning". Compared to the rock music world of ten or fifteen years ago, demands on guitar players' abilities are much greater today. Modern guitarists such as Steve Vai and his cohorts have infused the music with new concepts (eg. playing with arpeggios, 3-note-per-string scales, and string skipping, to name just a few). Since I myself, a "working" guitarist, ardent researcher and student of the instrument, have yet to come across a book that deals with such innovative ideas, I felt it was time to write one that describes these concepts in a thorough and easily understandable manner. To me, Rock Guitar Secrets, also means peering beyond the harmonic limitations of the music to see how demanding (actually jazz-derived) improvisational concepts, used today by guitarists like Satriani, Vai or Kee Marcello, can be employed in rock. In order to put them directly into practice, you'll find on the accompanying CD not only over eighty licks and exercises, but more than twenty jam tracks as well, playbacks without melodies, solos and licks, with which you can practice and apply the licks yourself. If you look at the table of contents you will see that, beside all the standard playing techniques, easy to intermediate improvisational concepts are also included, so that Rock Guitar Secrets can also function as a comprehensive textbook for the modern guitar soloist. At this point I would like to thank a number of people who have made my life and the writing of this book much easier: Birgit Fischer, Olaf KrOger, the Musicians Institute, Hollywood (especially Dan Gilbert and Carl Schroeder), as well as Frank Haunschild. For inspiration of all sorts I thank Peter Paradise, Mick Goodrick, Steve Vai, Paul Gilbert, Albert Collins and Steve Lukather, as well as all my guitar students. LOVE, PEACE and theUNIVERSE PETER FISCHER
 

So, that's just about it for my " Rock Guitar Secrets" .
But, as I said, "just about", because in this chapter I'd like to talk about effective practicing again. By itself, the information in the first 17 chapters is only half the story. So how does one deal with such a heap of information without getting frustrated right from the start? If you ask me, I'd say that three things playa major role: Desire, Persistence, and Patience. These three terms are, for me, inseparably connected. Without the desire to get better on the guitar, you'd probably never have the patience to practice persistently. And persistent practicing is, in my opinion, best maintained by means of a practice plan. And what should such a plan consist of? That's a good question! It's important for you to be aware of your long and short-term goalsfor example, your ideal notion of what your playing should be like (long-term goal), and the steps that must be taken in order to reach this goal, such as scale material, playing techniques to form your style (intermediate goals) and further breakdowns into single licks and exercises (short-term goals). These can be broken down even further into units as small as you like. Besides this, I also find it important to do the required exercises in addition to the things you practice just because they're fun. Another thing that can be said about practicing plans is that they're only beneficial to you when you really stick to them for a longer period of time. For this reason it's very important to be realistic about the amount of practice time at your disposal, and not to cram this space too full. The more honest you are with yourself, the better. A 7-hour-a-day plan with hundreds exercises is, in fact, more apt to lead to frustration than anything else because it's practically impossible to maintain over a long period of time. For this reason, I'd say that 2-3 hours a day, 4 or 5 days a week is already quite a lot of time. Of course, when I speak of 2-3 hours, I mean really concentrated practicing, and not two hours of jamming around. That's a lot, believe me. And persistent practicing really pays off in the long run. Tapping for 10 minutes a day brings better results than a 5-hour non-stop tapping marathon followed by a 3-week pause. With these things in mind, I've put together a practice program that I think is very effective and which contains many important aspects like warm-ups, scales/theory, playing techniques and music-making. Even if you haven't mastered every exercise yet, you should try to stick to the general plan. 

Foreword

Six Tips for Practicing
Survey of the Study Program
CD Playist

Chapter 1 - Warm Ups
Note Location
Chromatics
The Spider

Chapter 2 - Pentatonic Scales
Stretch pentatonics
Sequences
Jam Tracks

Chapter 3 - The Blues Scale
Blue notes
Scale positions
Licks

Chapter 4 - String Bending/Vibrato
Smear, release and unison bends
Circle, rock and jack-off vibrato

Chapter 5 - The Major Scale
Scale positions
Licks
Projects

Chapter 6 - Alternate Picking
3-notes-per-string scales
Pedal tone licks
Mega-chops
Paganini

Chapter 7 - The Modes of the Major Scale
3-note-per-string scales
Modes
Tonal colors
Pitch axis system

Chapter 8 - Legato technique
Hammer-ons
Pull offs
Slides
Shapes

Chapter 9 - Triadic Arpeggios / Triads
Welcome to the land of arpeggios!

Chapter 10 - Economy Picking
Sweeping
Scales
Arpeggios

Chapter 11 - Four-Note Arpeggios
Standard/long form fingerings
The Jan Hammer scale
Chord substitution

Chapter 12 - String Skipping Technique
Scales
Arpeggios
Sequences
Repeating Patterns
Licks

Chapter 13 - Two Hand Tapping
Tapping scales and arps
Eight-finger tapping
Harmonics tapping

Chapter 14 - The Harmonic Minor Scale
Modes
Jam Tracks
Projects

Chapter 15 - The Melodic Minor Scale
Positions
Modes
Altered Scales
Licks

Chapter 16 - Exotic Scales
Whole tone scale
Diminished scale
The Enigmatic scale

Chapter 17 - The Vibrato Arm
The whammy bar
The dive bomb
Wang bar clips
Legato phrasing

Chapter 18 - Effective Learning - Practice Planning

Chapter 19 - Improvisation - Building Solos

Appendix
Discography and literature
List of symbols

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SHRED GUITAR Paul Hanson LIBRO CD TABLATURE CHITARRA METODO SPARTITI MANUALE TECNICA

SHRED GUITAR, a complete system for rock improviser, Paul Hanson. Studio e estensione Rock per "fare a brandelli" modi, scale, pentatoniche, progressioni 12-bar blues e 16-bar blues, e "tagliuzzare" con affilati arpeggi al sweep picking, lama con doppio arpeggio, lama tonda per gli arpeggi circolari, bending, scale armonizzate, enigmatiche e gypsy. Come fare a striscie la propria compagna amata, e adorarla con rinnovati power chords, blues scale e pentatoniche orientali. Con 10 prove di taglio tutte per voi. CD TAB.

Shred Guitar: A Complete System for the Rock Guitar Improviser By Paul Hanson
SERIES: Contemporary Guitar Series
CATEGORY: Guitar Method or Supplement
FORMAT: Book & CD

A carefully planned and systematic approach to fretboard mastery, Shred Guitar is actually two books in one. The first half of the book, "Shred Guitar," is based around 10 popular rock chord progressions with full play-along tracks included on the accompanying CD. The second half of the book, "The Practical Guide to Harmony and Theory," is a guitar theory reference that contains 17 units of detailed information that will be useful to all guitarists.

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ROCK LEAD TECHNIQUE. Musicians Institute CD TABLATURE licks, scales, soloing concepts for guitar

 

ROCK LEAD TECHNIQUE. Musicians Institute.

licks, scales, soloing concepts for guitar

Picking technique, string skipping, sweep picking, armonici. CD TABLATURE

Rock Lead Techniques

Techniques, Scales and Fundamentals for Guitar
Series:  Press
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Danny Gill
Composer: Nick Nolan

Jam along with Danny Gill and Nick Nolan as they present material from this MI elective course. Covers: licks, scales, soloing concepts, picking technique, three-note-per-string scales, sweep picking, string skipping, harmonics and more. The CD includes 97 full-demo tracks.

Inventory #HL 00695146
ISBN: 9780793573806
UPC: 073999951462
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
40 pages

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SHRED IS NOT DEAD, TERRY SYREK. DVD TABLATURE

SHRED IS NOT DEAD, WITH TERRY SYREK. Un'ora di splettrante sminuzzamento. DVD TAB.

DVD format: Region 0 for use in all regions. Master shredder Terry Syrek makes it easy to become a rock lead-guitar virtuoso. Discover monster chop-building exercises and the secret to mind-bending, super-fast, sweep-picking licks. Plus, make creative use of the pentatonic scale and other scales you wouldn't necessarily think of using. 48 pages. DVD running time: 60 minutes.

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ROCK LICKS ENCYCLOPEDIA CD CATALDO LIBRO SPARTITI METODO STUDIO MUSICA CHITARRA TABLATURE

ROCK LICKS ENCYCLOPEDIA. T. CATALDO. 50's i primi: Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Scottie Moore, Muddy Waters. 60's eroi: Eric Clapton, Steve Cropper, Dick Dale, Buddy Guy, George Harrison, Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards, Pete Towshend. 70's l' esposione del rock: Martin Barre, Jeff Beck, Dickie Betts, Ritchie Blackmore, Larry Carlton, Don Felder, Ace Frehley, David Gilmour, Steve Howe, Tony Iommi, Ed King, Mark Knopfler, Alex Lifeson, Kerry Livgren, Brian May, Jimmy Page, Joe Perry, Carlos Santana, Joe Walsh, Angus Young. 80's i virtuosi: Paul Gilbert, Van Halen, Yngwie Malmsteen, Gary Moore, Randy Rhoads, Joe Satriani, Summers, Steve Vai. 90's grunge e altro: Trey Anastasio, Dimebag Darrell, Kirk Hammett, Eric Johnson, Mike McCready, John Petrucci, Rich Robinson & Jeff Cease, Brian Setzer, Ty Tabor. Scale maggiori e minori, pentatoniche, scale blues, modi maggiori e minori, armonica e melodica minore, diminuite. 294 fraseggi della lunghezza di una, due, tre battute l'uno. CD TAB.

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