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The Missing Method for Guitar: The 5th Position (The Missing Method for Guitar Note Reading Series) Paperback – April 5, 2017
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Remove the guesswork. Know Your Fretboard. Master Note Reading beyond the open position.
Many guitar methods touch on note reading in the open position, but that’s where it ends. This leaves most guitarists having to figure out the rest of the fretboard on their own, which can be tedious, time-consuming, and downright frustrating. But not anymore.
Master the 5th Position and Unlock Your Musicianship
This second book in the note reading series focuses exclusively on learning to read standard notation in the middle region of the neck. Whether you’ve already been playing guitar for a while or have just completed the first book in the series, Missing Method 2 will help you take your understanding and mastery of the fretboard to new heights.
Discover the Power of Note Reading
Like all Missing Method books, when we say “mastery” we mean it. With clear instructions, examples, ample exercises and practice songs, when you’ve finished the book you’ll know:
- How to read notes in the middle of the neck (Frets 5-9), in every key
- How to count and read triplet rhythms
- Tips for memorization
- How to read in Compound Time
- How to read in minor keys, including relative minor, melodic, harmonic, and jazz-melodic minors
- The Circle of Fifths and how it’s used
Solidify Your Skills
Missing Method books are designed to develop mastery in a particular skill. To that end, in this book you will also:
- Review open position
- Solidify your rhythm skills
- Practice and Play in every key
- Learn scales in every key while you learn the neck
- Learn more guitar music theory
- Know how to hone your sight reading skills
🎵 And of course, you’ll get free access to streaming audio files so you can hear each practice song and exercise.
Guided Lessons on Your Schedule
Over the past 20 years, Christian J. Triola has taught hundreds of students to play guitar. With a Master’s Degree in Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music (Jazz Studies), he has used this knowledge and experience to create a focused note reading series that gives you plenty to practice without making you feel overwhelmed or intimidated. And in the end, you’ll be a better musician for it.
Get Started Today
This book works great on its own or in conjunction with any other method book, and it can be used to teach yourself or with an instructor. See what a difference mastering note reading in the 5th position can make in your playing. Order your copy today and get started today.
*Need a left-handed copy? We have that too! Search: The Missing Method for Guitar, Book 2 Left-Handed Edition: Note Reading in the 5th Position
*The Missing Method for Guitar: Note Reading in the 5th Position is a new, expanded edition of the book originally titled The Missing Method: Reading Guitar Music Beyond the Open Position.
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About the Author
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2nd edition (April 5, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 154 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1544985436
- ISBN-13 : 978-1544985435
- Item Weight : 13.3 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.35 x 11 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #854,652 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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One frustrating thing for me. Playing note 'b' on string 3 - Opus 14 exercise and others. There is no fingering guide or suggestions. Don't know how to practice this. Author seems to leave it up to player, but some help would been good.