The Missing Method: Reading Guitar Music Beyond the Open Position (Volume 1)

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9780615780030: The Missing Method: Reading Guitar Music Beyond the Open Position (Volume 1)

Ever feel like you really don’t know the guitar?

You’ve learned to read some of the notes in open position, but the rest of the neck is just a landscape of lucky guesses. Many guitar method books simply give you the basics, but very rarely do they give you everything you need in order to feel confident in your reading and playing. The Missing Method can do just that!

This method book is designed for anyone who has successfully completed any guitar method book and can read notation in open position. It explores the middle region of the neck, allowing you to practice reading and learning the notes beyond the open position. It also gives you the opportunity to practice reading notes in all 12 keys.

This book is broken down into two sections. The first section teaches you how to read the notes in the middle region of the neck. The second section explores the second region of the neck by allowing you to practice it in all 12 keys.

*A new, expanded edition of this title was released in 2017, ISBN-13: 978-1544985435

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About the Author:

Christian J. Triola holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music (Jazz Studies) and a Master’s Degree in Education, both from The University of Akron. He has taught guitar, bass, mandolin, ukulele, and piano for over 15 years and has played in a variety of bands in addition to his many solo performances. Outside the world of music, he is the author of six novels and several short pieces, writing under the pen name CN James with his wife, Amy Joy.

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