The intention of this QWIKGUIDE book/CD set is to give you a basic introduction to use the scales. Scales are the foundation upon which any style of music is based. From then you can build chords, melodies, and systems of harmonies. No matter what style of music you want to pursue, you'll find that the same patterns keep showing up. The basic scales that every musician eventually has to learn--major, minor and pentatonic are included in this book, along with crosspicking scales in standard and alternate tunings, diminished, and augmented scales. On the guitar, scales in open positions are generally more difficult than scales in closed positions. This book includes scales in both open and closed positions. By working with these scales, the student will gain a sense of when to move from string to string in a scale passage. The exercises will help students focus on the technique, tone, smoothness and fluency which come with scale practice. Open-position scales are also used frequently in fingerstyle solos. In notation and tablature.
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Paul Lolax is a Vermont-based musician and music instructor who has played guitar for more than 30 years. He was born in New York City and raised in Worchester, Massachusetts. His career as a performer began in 1967 in Boston, Massachusetts, where he played solo and backup guitar at various coffeehouses and restaurants. Broadside Magazine voted him "Best Instrumentalist of the Year" in 1968. During the early '70s he toured the national college circuit, did studio work in Baltimore, Maryland, played in social service setting such as Boston's Charles Street jail, and served as an artist-in-residence at independent schools in Massachusetts.
Paul has played with two groups and as a soloist in a numerous home, church, wedding, restaurant, and social service settings since relocating to Vermont several years ago. He also has appeared on the cable access program Vermont Folk Stage.
Paul has written for Acoustic Guitar magazine, and the book Transcriptions of Scott Joplin and Joseph Lamb (Hansen House). He recorded Selected Works of Scott Joplin and Joseph Lamb (Titanic Records). He studied classical guitar with Aaron Shearer at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, and has played bass guitar and the mandolin in addition to acoustic guitar.
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