The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique Book The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique Book

The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique Book

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Publisher Description

Wouldn't it be great if there was an easy way to learn all the scales, arpeggios and chords required to play the guitar? Now there is!


There are countless books available that show great ideas of what to do with scales, chords and arpeggios, but how do you learn them in the first place? First written in 2002, 'The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique Book' has been completely rewritten to make it even easier to master all these elements.


A book will generally show a scale, arpeggio or chord diagram and expect you to remember it. Books are available with over 100000 chords included and there are scale books containing hundreds of scale patterns. How on Earth does a student begin remembering all this information?


'The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique Book' uses techniques that Paul has refined over many years to allow the student to understand the guitar fingerboard and generate patterns for themselves. If a scale or chord is not used regularly, it will be forgotten. By understanding how to generate patterns, a student can recall any scale or chord, even if it has not been used for a long time.


Parrot fashioned learning leads to inconsistent knowledge. Understanding how to generate patterns leads to total understanding.


As an example of how these techniques work, Paul can teach a room full of students all modes of the major scale, starting from any string, in any key, in as little as 15 minutes! Once the ideas have been understood, all other scales can be learnt by modifying these initial patterns.


'The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique Book' shows:

How to generate any scale you will ever need from the major scale and its modes to more unusual scales such as the In Sen scale and harmonic major scale, played anywhere on the fingerboard.
A simple idea to generate fingerings for all possible arpeggios within a scale.
Technique examples to generate a vast array of musical ideas.
How to generate hundreds of chords from one basic shape. 
Chord substitution principals.
How to analyse chord progressions.
...and many more ideas to help master the guitar fingerboard!



So what are you waiting for? There is no escaping the fact that every guitarist needs to learn scales, arpeggios and chords, and how to use them.


Save years of learning patterns parrot fashioned and begin to master your guitar fingerboard today!

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2013
September 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
68
Pages
PUBLISHER
Paul Hill Publications
SELLER
PaulHillProfessionalGuitarist
SIZE
16.7
MB

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