ACOUSTIC GUITAR FINGERSTYLE METHOD David Hamburger 2 CD LIBRO TABLATURE CHITARRA SPARTITI

THE ACOUSTIC GUITAR FINGERSTYLE METHOD. LIBRO CON 2 CD E TABLATURE

LIBRO METODO DI MUSICA,  CON 2 CD.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA FINGERPICKING :

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE.

The Acoustic Guitar Fingerstyle Method introduces you to the two most essential fingerstyle approaches for playing American roots music: Travis picking and the steady-bass style. In each lesson, you’ll learn new techniques, concepts, and chord voicings and ways to practice and get them under your fingers. Then you’ll use what you’ve just learned to play a classic song or solo break from the blues, ragtime, folk, country, and ragtime traditions. 18 In-Depth Lessons: Travis Picking Basics - From Backup to Melody - Switching Chords - Eighth Notes and Syncopation - The Steady-Bass Blues - Steady Bass from Chord to Chord - Triplet Feel - Picking Pattern Fills - Descending Bass Lines and Chord Substitutions - Quicker Chord Changes - Double Stops - Seventh Chords up the Neck - Walking Bass Lines - Doin’ that Rag - Chord Anticipations and Early Jazz - Dropped-D Tuning - Swinging the Blues - Open-D Tuning 15 Songs to Play: - John Henry - Since I’ve Laid My Burden Down - Delia - St. James Infirmary - Nobody’s Fault but Mine - Houston Blues - Down in Navasota - Alberta - Hazleton - The Uptown Lowdown - Rag Mama - I Ain’t Got Nobody - St. Louis Blues - The Blunn Creek Slow Drag - Battle Hymn of the Republic

Spice up your fingerstyle blues with this melodic technique. With audio examples.
Full song lyrics
Essential listening suggestions for classic recordings of every songs
Arrangements
complete guitar parts

Whether you are studying with a techer or on your own, let the acoustic guitar method be your guide to joys and pleasures of playing guitar. This comprehensive approach with graded lessons and supplementary songs, is the one tool you need to get started. On the companion CDs you'll hear clear performances of all the music in the book. 

Welcome to the Acoustic Guitar Fingersty/e Method. This book focuses on the two most essential fingerstyle approaches for playing American roots music, Travis picking and the steady-bass style. In each lesson, you'll be introduced to new techniques, concepts, and chord voicings and shown ways to practice them and get them under your fingers. Then you'll use what you've just learned to play a new song or solo break. If you mostly play and sing, these lessons will give you the tools to spice up your guitar accompaniment as well as add instrumental breaks, intros, and outros. Ifyou'd sooner dance down the street in your underwear than sing, this book will give you lots of ways to make cool and complete-sounding music all by yourself without ever opening your mouth. Either way, by the end of this book, you'll have a whole new repertoire of tunes to play and a big handful of new chops to play them with. The Acoustic Guitar Fingersty/e Method picks up where the Acoustic Guitar Method left off, and assumes that you're familiar with picking patterns and with at least a dozen essential open-position chords. However, in case you're starting from scratch with this fingerpicking thing, or could just use a little brushing up, in the first lesson we'll review simple picking patterns and how to apply them to chords. (Speaking of which: for a detailed discussion of the theory, construction, and naming of chords, you might check out the Acoustic Guitar Chord Book, written by the very same quirkily handsome and surprisingly coherent gentleman who has the privilege of your attention at the present moment.) So if you think you've already got all these preliminaries in the bag, proceed directly to Lesson 2. Youmay pass Go, but alas, there is no $200 waiting for you. On the flip side, you won't have to sit on your hands for most of the book waiting for Mississippi John Hurt to hit your hotels on Boardwalk or Park Place ... 


Chapter 1 - Introduction.
CD Track: Tune Up

Chapter 2 - Travis Picking Basics.

Chapter 3 - From Backup to Melody.
CD Track: John Henry

Chapter 4 - Switching Chords.
CD Track: Since I've Laid My Burden Down

Chapter 5 - Eighth Notes and Syncopation.
CD Track: Delia

Chapter 6 - The Steady-Bass Blues.
CD Track: Nobody's Fault but Mine

Chapter 7 - Steady Bass From Chord to Chord.
CD Track: Houston Blues

Chapter 8 - Triplet Feel.
CD Track: Down in Navasota

Chapter 9 - Picking Pattern Fills.
CD Track: Since I've Laid My Burden Down

Chapter 10 - Descending Bass Lines and Chord Substitutions.
CD Track: Delia

Chapter 11 - Quicker Chord Changes.
CD Track: St. James Infirmary

Chapter 12 - Double Stops.
CD Track: Alberta

Chapter 13 - Seventh Chords Up the Neck.
CD Track: Hazleton

Chapter 14 - Walking Bass Lines.
CD Track: The Uptown Lowdown

Chapter 15 - Doin' That Rag.
CD Track: Rag Mama (Versions 1 and 2)

Chapter 16 - Chord Anticipations and Early Jazz.
CD Track: I Ain't Got Nobody

Chapter 17 - Dropped-D Tuning.
CD Track: St. Louis Blues

Chapter 18 - Swinging the Blues.
CD Track: The Blunn Creek Slow Drag

Chapter 19 - Open-D Tuning.
CD Track: Battle Hymn of the Republic

By David Hamburger.
Published by String Letter Publishing
Book/2 CDs

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