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Your Personal Book of Solo Fingerstyle Blues Guitar 2 : Advanced & Improvisation - Your Personal Book of Solo Fingerstyle Blues Guitar #2 - cover

Your Personal Book of Solo Fingerstyle Blues Guitar 2 : Advanced & Improvisation - Your Personal Book of Solo Fingerstyle Blues Guitar #2

Scott Su

Publisher: STC Music

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Summary

This book TWO is a separate enhancement on  "Your Personal Book of Solo Fingerstyle Blues Guitar 1 : Fundamental". 
Book TWO is comprised of 2 big chapters. 
Chapter TWO includes different variations in rhythmic styles, fret positions of chord and changes in applications, integrated trainings on melodic lines of fingerstyle playing and the above mentioned variation practices.  The goal is that after finishing reading this chapter, you are able to play fingerstyle Blues guitar richly and freely move your fingers around different fret positions at ease.  
Chapter THREE then is on advanced thinkings and changeable possibilites in Blues music, including uses of different scale and mixes, changes and the differences of major and minor keys, and most importantly, the core target of Blues — improvisation performance.  In addition to melodic improvisations, we are more looking forward to achieving fingerstyle Blues improvisation performances. 
This book is quite suitable for friends who are serious about learning Blues guitar, regardless of fingerstyle or electric guitar Blues solo, you all can gain quite much from this book. 
You can also choose the Paperback version of "Your Personal Book of Solo Fingerstyle Blues Guitar : Fundamental, Advanced & Improvisation" which contains these chapters is definitely worthwhile for your collection. 
Paperback version (eBook1 + eBook2) 
★ Great volume of 12-measure exercises, 75 demo songs, arrangements, and MP3 downloads,…more in-depth experiences in the beauty of Blues music. 
★ Various types of theme-oriented Blues trainings on melody, harmony, rhythms and fingerstyle,…more diverse and rich Blues playing. 
★ Step-by-step hands-on impromptu playing methods make your freestyle Blues improvisation dream comes true! 
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(Welcome leave any message if you have any question about this book)  
> Demo Songs on Youtube: https://youtu.be/Pi6vWcY9408 
=== TABLE OF CONTENT === 
Chapter ONE - Learning of Blues Basics (eBook1) 
- Blues Music  
- Blues Chords 
- Form of Blues Music  
- Rhythm of Blues 
- Most Often Used Keys in Blues Music for Fingerstyle Guitar  
- Blues Notes 
- Blues Expressions 
- Etudes 
- Fingerstyle Playing Practice 
Chapter TWO - Enriching Your Blues Playing (eBook2) 
- Various Styles of Blues Rhythm 
- Applications of Open String Notes 
- Applications of Inversion Chords 
- Accompaniment and Riffs  
- Integrate Performance Etudes 
Chapter THREE - Advanced Blues Thinking & Improvisation (eBook2) 
- Turnaround 
- Blues in Minor keys 
- Blues in Major keys 
- Flexible Variations in Blues Melody 
- Blues Improvisations  
- Practical Applications & Improvisations of Blues Fingerstyle Performance 
- Unaccompanied Blues Improvisation Playing  
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