Guitar Tunings: A Comprehensive Guide
Taylor & Francis, 2006 - 105 sidor
For many beginning-to-intermediate level guitarists, guitar tunings are a mystery. Everyone begins with "standard" tuning and knows its basic strengths - and limitations. But, once a guitarist gets beyond basic skills, the desire to play in different styles and achieve individual sounds leads inevitably to exploring alternate tunings.
"Guitar Tunings: A Comprehensive Guide" is the first book to offer practical advice for how to use the most common special tunings for the greatest creative and musical effect. Illustrated throughout with examples in standard notation and guitar tablature, the author introduces different musical styles through the use of appropriate tunings. Including an audio CD, this book gives clear and concise instruction for the guitarist who has mastered basic skills but wants to go beyond them. It will appeal to guitar students of all ages, and can be used for individual self-instruction or in one-on-one or group teaching situations.
In short, "Guitar Tunings: A Comprehensive Guide" offers a comprehensive approach for all guitarists to enhance their playing skills and creative music making.
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G Family Tunings
D Family Tunings
C Family Tunings
Tricks in Standard Tuning
A Brief Inventory
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1st string open 2nd fret 2nd string 3rd fret 3rd string open 4th and 3rd 5th and 4th 5th fret 5th string open 6th or 5th 6th string Alternate Tunings barre chord diagrams chord shapes clawhammer DADGAD Double C Tuning eighth notes following chords four strings Fourth five frets G chord Guitar Tunings guitarist Hal Leonard hand index finger plays John Renbourn Keep the 5th left-hand finger Lower the 1st Lower the 2nd Lower the 6th melody minor chord minor tuning musical example neck notation open 1st string open D open G tuning open strings open tuning Parlor partial capo Pedal Point picking pattern piece Pierre Bensusan play the chords players plays the 2nd plays the 4th quarter note rhythm ring finger Shubb slide solo sound standard tuning string four frets string one fret string two frets strum sus4 suspended fourth tablature thumb plays tuning Example twelve-string guitar