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Learn Your Fretboard: The Essential Memorization Guide for Guitar (Book + Online Bonus) - cover

Learn Your Fretboard: The Essential Memorization Guide for Guitar (Book + Online Bonus)

Luke Zecchin

Publisher: GuitarIQ.com

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Summary

FRETBOARD MEMORIZATION MADE EASY 
Do you get lost on the guitar neck? Not knowing the notes on the fretboard is a common problem that slows down and confuses the learning process. It's very difficult to find your way around if you can't read the map! Fortunately, developing a working knowledge of the fretboard is among the simplest and most beneficial things a guitar player can do to streamline and accelerate their learning. 
Learn Your Fretboard offers a fresh and straightforward approach to memorizing the guitar neck. This handbook outlines a definitive system for fretboard visualization that will inspire breakthroughs for guitar players of all skill levels. Regardless of whether you've tried and failed before, this is the perfect companion for any guitarist wanting to develop a command of the fretboard in real playing situations! 
BOOK BONUS: This book is complete with free online bonus material. It comes bundled with a companion website to enhance your learning experience. Extras include audio examples, backing tracks, bonus downloads, and more. 
Join thousands of students worldwide! Like easy-to-follow lessons, pro playing tips, and jam-packed value? You'll love learning from this international bestselling instructor. 
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