As of today we have 78,, eBooks for you to download for free. http:// sieflowiqroweb.tk All rights 1 Basic . Here's a free guitar scales pdf ebook (22 pages) with plenty of scales and arpeggios patterns. The ebook contains the most important scales for beginners, such as major and minor, but shows also more advanced patterns such as triads arpeggios, seventh chords arpeggios, pentatonic. Guitar scales are one of the most important things that guitarists learn. Check out the following lessons on guitar scales as well as the scales library.

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    Guitar Scales Ebook

    The Guitar Scales eBook is an essential reference for all lead guitarists. Containing over guitar scales diagrams, it is available as a printable PDF download. This could be the clearest most concise and useful book on scales for guitar ever written. Ideal for the guitarist at every level wishing to have a comprehensive. The eBook version is an instantly-downloadable, searchable PDF (not scanned from print or anything A True Encyclopedia of Scales and Arpeggios for Guitar.

    The print version is a high-quality, perfect-bound, crisply-printed, page book. The eBook version is an instantly-downloadable, searchable PDF not scanned from print or anything nasty like that. You can now get the most comprehensive, complete scale and arpeggio book ever published for guitar completely free! There are many commercial books on the market that call themselves scale or arpeggio "encyclopedias", but there are no good ones. Most of them just repeat the same few dozen scales as all the rest. A lot contain impractical or partial fingerings; some even have no diagrams at all. Many have confusing or incorrect explanations and analysis; that's if they have any at all. Some just cash in on a famous guitarist's name or hope you'll download them because they come with a useless CD of examples. This book was written in frustration at the existence of so many poor-quality books. I'm a professional teacher, not a music publisher, so I can afford to spend 20 years researching and experimenting to produce the best-quality book available.

    I'd be delighted if you bought a paper copy -- I get a couple of bucks for each one sold, so it would help me out. If you choose not to, though, that's OK. Arpeggio and Scale Resources is divided into three parts: Part 1 is dedicated to covering the basics very thoroughly.

    It takes up the first 60 pages and contains the following chapters, which are designed to be studied in order:. The first chapter is a very thorough introduction to scale theory: I use this as the basis for most of my theoretical teaching with students who are ready for single-note work.

    Part 2 covers pages and is full of strange and wonderful scales and arpeggios. It contains the following chapters, which are designed to be dipped into at random; all resources are given with full CAGED fingerings.

    Scales, Arpeggios, and Modes

    The page Part 3 gives complete coverage of the hexatonic scales, and classifies them using a new framework based on higher-order symmetries. Although the theory behind this section is a little abstruse, the scales themselves offer many fresh possibilities for musical expression and exploration. Not many readers will need to go this far, but those who do will, I hope, find the coverage enlightening. When I say there are scales and arpeggios in this book, I'm not kidding.

    I'm not inflating the number by multiplying it by 12, just because you can play each one in any of 12 keys, and nor am I counting each of the 5 CAGED fingerings separately. I promise you there are scale books in a music shop somewhere near you that use both those tricks.

    Well, if I used them I'd be claiming to have 96, scales mapped out for you. But I'm not, because that would be daft. No, I'm claiming to cover scales and arpeggios here because that's how many different scales and arpeggios the book covers.

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    It contains every possible scale within the house rules. And the house rules themselves are pretty simple:. That's it -- those are the only restrictions, and they're there for what I hope are good reasons I also break them quite a few times. The result is a vast catalogue of musical possibilities presented not in the way a computer or a maths nerd would present them again, I hope but in a way that hints at their musical possibilities.

    Download the PDF now. If you like it, please consider downloading a copy of the beautiful, perfect-bound, crisply-printed book from Lulu.

    The print version is a high-quality, perfect-bound, crisply-printed, page book. The eBook version is an instantly-downloadable, searchable PDF not scanned from print or anything nasty like that. The Contents Arpeggio and Scale Resources is divided into three parts: Part I: Fundamentals Part 1 is dedicated to covering the basics very thoroughly.

    Guitar Scales eBook Printable PDF Download

    It takes up the first 60 pages and contains the following chapters, which are designed to be studied in order: The eBook version is an instantly-downloadable, searchable PDF not scanned from print or anything nasty like that. You can now get the most comprehensive, complete scale and arpeggio book ever published for guitar completely free! There are many commercial books on the market that call themselves scale or arpeggio "encyclopedias", but there are no good ones.

    Most of them just repeat the same few dozen scales as all the rest. A lot contain impractical or partial fingerings; some even have no diagrams at all.

    Many have confusing or incorrect explanations and analysis; that's if they have any at all. Some just cash in on a famous guitarist's name or hope you'll download them because they come with a useless CD of examples.

    This book was written in frustration at the existence of so many poor-quality books.

    I'm a professional teacher, not a music publisher, so I can afford to spend 20 years researching and experimenting to produce the best-quality book available. I can also afford to let you download it for free, because frankly I'd rather have people use it. I'd be delighted if you bought a paper copy -- I get a couple of bucks for each one sold, so it would help me out. If you choose not to, though, that's OK.

    The Contents Arpeggio and Scale Resources is divided into three parts: a short first part called "Fundamentals" and much longer second and third parts containing the advanced resources that make up most of the book. Part I: Fundamentals Part 1 is dedicated to covering the basics very thoroughly. It takes up the first 60 pages and contains the following chapters, which are designed to be studied in order: An explanation of basic scale theory, giving precise definitions to terms such as "gamut", "scale", "root note", "mode", "interval" and so on.

    Full CAGED fingerings for the triad arpeggios with an introduction to the CAGED system and information about how to learn and use them Full CAGED fingerings for the seventh arpeggios with some classic jazz applications Full CAGED fingerings for all of the modes of the common pentatonic, major, harmonic minor and melodic minor scales; the so-called "blues scale" is also briefly covered A short chapter containing the fingerings for the intervals within the octave, which can be thought of as two-note scales The first chapter is a very thorough introduction to scale theory: it provides a solid foundation and ensures you'll never again be confused about modes, the most useful but also most misunderstood concept in modern guitar theory.

    I use this as the basis for most of my theoretical teaching with students who are ready for single-note work.

    Part II: Advanced Resources Part 2 covers pages and is full of strange and wonderful scales and arpeggios. It contains the following chapters, which are designed to be dipped into at random; all resources are given with full CAGED fingerings.