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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Guitar Handbook by Ralph Denyer. Andy Summers Foreword by.
The most comprehensive resource available for beginning and experienced guitarists alike, whether acoustic or electric. Completely redesigned and with many more full-color photos than the original, this new edition surveys recent models and profiles current masters, includes an expanded lesson section, and encompasses 10 years of technological change in recording and ampli The most comprehensive resource available for beginning and experienced guitarists alike, whether acoustic or electric.
Completely redesigned and with many more full-color photos than the original, this new edition surveys denuer models and profiles current masters, includes an expanded lesson section, and encompasses 10 years of technological change in recording and amplification.
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Dec 19, Todd N rated it it was amazing. A friend mentioned in his holiday letter that he and his son were learning guitar together, so I bought this as part of a guitar care package I’m sending to them. The other parts of the care package: I’ve sent this book to around 5 people who have mentioned they were interested in learning the guitar.
Sorry if I didn’t send you a copy. It was because I didn’t bel A friend mentioned in his holiday letter that he and his son were learning guitar together, so I bought this as part of a guitar care package I’m sending to them. It was because I didn’t believe you were serious about it. In college had the edition with the cooler, black cover and the Andy Summers intro that I must have picked up and consulted at least once a week, so I was interested to see what was different in the updated version with the less cool, blue cover and the Robert Fripp intro.
Nice Lee Harvey Oswald smirk in your photo by the way, Mr. Since acoustic guitar making luthiering? Fripp’s introduction — this book has actually aged pretty well. I could complain about this or that guitarist being left out of the The Guitar Innovators section, as the majority of my reviewing peers have, but I was mostly glad to see that Steve Cropper was included and surprised to see that Syd Barrett was included.
So no complaints there. I can’t help myself. I had forgotten just how complete of a reference this book is. The Guitar Handbook is really too modest of a title for how much information this book contains. Aside from my girlfriend and David Letterman, every one of my interests during college is in this book: Weirdly, I had no interest in computers back then.
It’s also amazing how packed in the information is into only or so pages. Each concept is clearly written with nice illustrations or a photo showing how to put your fingers. It can get quite deep quite quickly.
It would take years to memorize, let alone master, the material in this book. For example, I was flipping through the chords sections looking for a refresher on my favorite 9th chord fingerings, and the entire opposite page is taken up a section titled Altered Ninth Chords that has 12 illustrated gems such as the “Seventh augmented ninth augmented fifth chord fingering. It patiently refers back to the page numbers of sections that it is building on, and plows on like this is no big deal.
Guitarists play chords that take a staff and a half and two sharps and a flat to notate all the time. No need to panic. Two pages after that: Modulation using secondary chords.
Sounds like jazz to me. Tear that page out. These are probably entire college courses somewhere, but if read carefully and practice your scales and your chords all will be revealed to you. The sections that help you understanding how your guitar is put together and how to adjust and fix it are very helpful too.
And they are explained extremely well with diagrams and plenty of background theory. Being your own guitar tech not only strengthens your relationship with your guitar, but it helps avoid being spoken to condescendingly by a baby boomer with a grey ponytail, which is one of my pet peeves.
It will also help you determine the difference between a crappy guitar and one that just isn’t adjusted very well. They both play just as poorly, but only one is salvageable. Nothing makes a beginner want to give up quicker than a guitar that is hard to play. So it’s good to be able to make your guitar as playable as possible, whether it’s a First Act thingie from Wal-Mart or a Les Paul Custom you found in your uncle’s basement.
You don’t need the Internet. You don’t need to apply to Berklee College of Music. A patient girlfriend helps a lot, too. And later maybe get a breadboard, assorted electronic components, and a copy of Electronic Projects for Musicians for some real geeked out fun. Guitarrw was a happy instance where my desire to pass on some of the joy from my younger days dovetailed nicely with my fear of picking up guitar again as part of a midlife crisis.
I would recommend any other Gen-Xers out there to consider doing the same. I should probably send them a copy of this book too now that I think of it.
Oct 08, Bluesshaman rated it liked it. My guitar playing is still shit. But that’s no reflection on this book. The book is alright, though it does seem dated now. To give you an idea, I have the guitrra. Bought it new in It makes no mention of Joe Satriani whatsoever! If updated, it could be a worthwhile buy for those that love having a book about how guitars work, set-up, the various styles and how the electronics work.
The chord book towards the end is handy. A very good primer, if you will. Be warned though, it conta My guitar playing is still shit.
Be warned though, it contains no lessons whatsoever. Apr 21, Dirk Grobbelaar rated it really liked it Shelves: A very complete sourcebook and ‘owner’s manual’ for both would-be guitarists and veteran axe-slingers.
Manual de Guitarra Ralph Denyer en Espanol
Perhaps the section on pioneering guitarists could be expanded to include a few renyer names, and perhaps there are better books to use if you are starting playing from scratch such as the ones that include CDs etcbut all in all very complete. This book also deals with issues such as adjusting your guitar’s neck, the ‘playing action’ and amplification and should really be on the bookshelf of A very complete sourcebook and ‘owner’s manual’ for both would-be guitarists and veteran axe-slingers.
This book also deals with issues such as adjusting your guitar’s neck, the ‘playing action’ and amplification and should really be on the bookshelf of every self respecting guitar owner. First book I used to learn chords back in 8th grade.
This book helped me learn many things from the different parts ralpb the guitar, different guitars, how to play harmonics, different rhythms, scales, as well as learn the dreaded circle-of-5th’s- which was surprisingly very helpful. Good book to get an introduction. Feb 01, Marie Axe added it. Mar 05, Kevin Crow rated it it was amazing. The single best reference book I’ve found for all things guitar. Jun 14, Dave rated it it was amazing.
If you only buy one book as a guitar player’s companion, make it this one. Feb 08, David rated it really liked it. Useful, but I still can’t play for shit. Aug 09, Kristian rated it really liked it Shelves: I read it through years ago, but this is an essential reference for any guitarist. I can’t think of one book that covers as much: I can’t say I go back to it constantly I’m a bass player, not a guitaristbut it’s a must-have on any guitarists shelf. Jun 15, Mith Rashleigh rated it really liked it Shelves: Covers a good amount of info to roughly a intermediate level.
It is a highly recommended book. Would be great if they added to it alot more to make it “fully complete”. Aug 16, Tom rated it really liked it.