My New Book “Guitar Essentials”
I recently published my first book “Guitar Essentials”. This book had been in the making for many years, and I finally published it.
The book is jam-packed with practical exercises and drills that produce amazingly fast, strong results in mastering the covered material. The lessons are snapshots from my guitar curriculum, which helped my students go from complete beginner to professional, full income earning musician in three years or less. You might especially love the chapter with over 80 techniques to improve your guitar solos.
It comes with a ton of Bonus Freebies, including a collection of practice backing tracks, extra bonus chapters, and more.
I’m fortunate to have received some amazing praise for the book. One of the people who strongly recommends “Guitar Essentials” is one of my top-ten (who all share the first spot), all-time favorite guitar players, Carl Verheyen.
Carl says following about “Guitar Essentials”:
Finally a book that pays just as much attention to the why as it does to the how! With so many books that offer only licks and styles, this book dives into the theory a guitarist needs to apply those licks. A much needed resource for guitarists at any skill level.
(Solo artist, band leader & Member of Supertramp since 1985)
Learn more and buy the book here:
Check it out and let me know what you think.
Meanwhile: I’m on schedule to publish the best scale book ever written in a couple of months. I haven’t come up with a title for it yet. It covers every music scale arpeggio and chord that exists.
Many years of research and writing went into this book. I think you’ll love it.
On to some fun silliness
A Fun Guitar Pedal Idea
Long Scale Guitars
Hit me up anytime at [email protected] if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson.
The free lessons I offer on my blog here are cool, but learning from blogs and videos, you will never experience the progress and results that my students experience in lessons.
That is why people take lessons: way better results and progress, much more complete information, exposed to way more creative ideas, than you can get from a blog.
There is only so much that self-study can accomplish.
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