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Chord Tone Soloing – Review

Author: Barrett Tagliarino
Level: Beginner to Advanced

Chord tone soloing

I finally got round to buying this book a few months ago but I’ve only just managed to take a good look through it. So what’s the verdict? The book gets a very big thumbs up from me, but before I go any further, it’s important you understand the purpose of the book. If you don’t, then you may end up buying it for the wrong reasons. Continue reading

Guitar Fretboard Workbook

Author: Barrett Tagliarino

I have said it before and I’ll say it again. Fretboard fluency is one of the most beneficial techniques you can gain on the guitar. Unfortunately, mastering this skill is usually hampered by two obstacles. The first is that a lot of guitarists have a hard time grasping it, believing it is too complex and requires too much theory and hard work. The second obstacle which in my opinion is the bigger problem, many just don’t believe that it can help you that much. Continue reading

Chord Tone Soloing: A Guitarist’s Guide to Melodic Improvising in Any Style

Author: Barrett Tagliarino

There are enough reviews on Amazon for this book to get a reasonable idea of what it’s about without seeing it first. Judging by the reviews there seems no doubt that it’s well written and contains valuable content, the only problem seems to be who it might be good for, beginner, intermediate or advanced as their are conflicting opinions here. What do I think? Continue reading