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i'm in a hotel room in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. i had a crappy day and was reading Mark's blog post about "Rut Busters", which of course directed me back to Amazon. what I'm finding is that most books don't answer the questions people are asking. from the reviews, it seems people don't want another chord or scale reference book. they want to learn how to do it themselves.
one post in particular caught my eye. it was for Hal Leonard's "Music Theory for Guitarists: Everything
well, we're gonna do it anyway. if only as a test.
i've been spending a lot of time that i should be practicing looking at books on Amazon and Google Books. of course, these books are about the guitar and practicing it in various styles. and i've come to a lot of conclusions.
1. i should stick with what i have.
- The Guitar Fretboard Workbook really lays things out well and is a good book to study with for all those times when you aren't playing the guitar.