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Kitharologus: The Path To Virtuosity: A Technical Manual for all Guitarists Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 33005 KB
- Publication Date : April 30, 2015
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- Publisher : Mel Bay Publications, Inc (April 30, 2015)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00WZY55OA
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- Print Length : 128 pages
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- Best Sellers Rank: #1,348,060 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This carefully organized study lays out each exercise in a way that is easily grasped by most players. The tips surrounding each exercise make it so you are able to maximize your potential.The book even goes as far as to lay out various programs for the reader to study depending on skill set and goals. Having worked with this book for a couple of years now it has easily become my go-to book for developing stronger independent hands and has worked for me not only on the guitar but on the bass as well.
If you want to become truly the best guitarist that you can be all you need is patience and this book.
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At first each drill seems hard, but after a couple of days practice, the drill flows along, and I can feel progress. There are a few of exercises that don't sound that good, but the clear majority, actually sound nifty (you could use almost for riffs). I do like how the exercises seem to have a direction, pattern to them, day by day, working into new topics, new skills. Another I like about them is that generally they aren't long and complicated, they are just two little lines of music, that make you think but not so hard as to get you. One thing is that each exercise has a hidden pattern, once you sort of get the sense of it, they make more sense, and are easier to do.