Rock Guitar Fundamentals

by Jim Gleason

Description This 'beginning' book is a very comprehensive instructional manual. Unexperienced beginners may find it overwhelming; a good place to continue after the Mel Bay books or any other such introductory course.
Posted By Paul Stelzmann (340)
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On 1/22/2004, Brian Jones (4) posted:
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I own Volumes 1-3 of Jim Gleason's rock guitar method. Mine are the 1987 editions. The books are very unorganized and hard to learn from. Save your money and buy "Fretboard Logic SE" instead.
Suitable for advanced guitarists
On 6/14/2001, Paul Stelzmann (340) posted:
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There is a lot of information contained in this manual. It is my primary guide for instruction. It contains over 200 lessons in the following sections: Theory, Technique, Fingering, Rhythm, Sound. CD's are included as well as a lesson plan. This is a great investment if you are trully self-motivated and do not have or want an instructor. The author is an instructor in Oakland, CA with over 30 years of experience. This book (one of three)contains the evolved lessons that he teaches.
Suitable for beginner guitarists