Guitarist/instructor Chris Buono is taking on a big challenge: teaching guitarists to read music! His new book is a step-by-step guide to mastering this important skill.
"After almost two years of writing, recording, and coordinating," says Buono, "I present Guitarist’s Guide to Reading Music | Bridging the Gap Between the Neck and Notation - my first for Hal Leonard! I couldn’t be more pleased with how this book turned out. It’s packed with every tip & trick I know for helping guitarists (including myself!) learn to read. The concepts are based in solid neck vision, numeric note assignment and constantly reading fresh material. These approaches have been time-tested and finely tuned into what is in this book.
Special thanks to an industrious young guitarist named Andrew Pevny for putting these concepts to work. He composed and engraved nearly 700 figures for this project! This guy is a machine and he’s gonna do some serious damage in his time, lemme tell ya."
If you've ever wanted to learn to read music but didn't know where to start, this book might be just the thing for you.
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