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Neoclassical Speed Strategies for Guitar Paperback – October 17, 2017
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THANKS! This is a Great Book for a small price.
It discusses in great detail along with plenty of great examples the best way to train your picking hand and fretting hand to learn the system which you can then adapt to your own lines. Yngwie ascends using economy picking but descends using a great system of leaving on upstrokes and using pull-off's which the author cleverly calls "pick-gato".
BUY THIS BOOK and don't look back. I have read tons of books and this one is leagues above. Huge kudos to the author for putting this together.
In my GIT days I was fortunate enough to have studied w/ Paul Gilbert, Shawn Lane, and Buckethead, Danny Gill, and others.
I have had an obsession w/ guitar instructional material from day one and this book by Chris Brooks is the only book I shall use from now on w/ my full roster of students. This is a book that EVERY guitarist should have. period.
Thanks for the great books, guys!