This is the vitally important "missing manual" for the E-sus 3-string partial capo. A veritable "Rosetta Stone," this book shows 1200 hand-picked chords and a mind-bending 24 different ways to use one (or two) on your guitar. Here are dozens of clever ideas that partial capo users and even the capo manufacturers don't know about. Whether you are new to the partial capo or have been using one for years, in minutes you’ll be expanding your musical horizons like you never imagined. Partial capo pioneer Harvey Reid was the inventor of the Esus capo, and he shows you where to put the capo and where to put your fingers to find the new music, and guides you through this confusing new landscape of possibilities as only he can. 14 of these ideas are in standard tuning, and the other 10 take you into the undiscovered musical world where you use a partial capo and also retune some strings. This book is designed for owners of the Shubb, G7 or Kyser Esus capos, but works also for the Third Hand or Spider universal capos. If you are a beginner, a campfire strummer, a songwriter or a seasoned instrumental player, you’ll be amazed at all the new sounds you can make with the guitar skills you already have. These pages are packed with detailed diagrams, charts, careful explanations, tips & tricks and a wealth of carefully-chosen chord fingerings that will leave your head spinning and yours ears full of harmonies and resonances you’ve never heard before.
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Songwriter, guitar educator & multi-instrumentalist Harvey Reid has honed his craft over the last 45 years in countless clubs, festivals, streetcorners, cafes, schools and concert halls across the nation. He has been called a "giant of the steel strings" and "one of the true treaures of American acoustic music." He has absorbed a vast repertoire of American contemporary and roots music and woven it into his own colorful, personal and distinctive style. His 28 recordings showcase his mastery of many instruments and styles of acoustic music, from hip folk to slashing slide guitar blues to bluegrass, old-time, Celtic, ragtime, and even classical. Reid's skills and versatility on the guitar alone mark him as an important new voice in acoustic music. He won the 1981 National Fingerpicking Guitar Competition and the 1982 International Autoharp competition. Yet he's also a veteran musician with a long list of studio and band credits, a strong flatpicker who has won the Beanblossom bluegrass guitar contest, a versatile and engaging singer, a powerful lyricist, prolific composer, arranger and songwriter, a solid mandolin and bouzouki player, and a seasoned performer and captivating entertainer. And he plays the 6-string banjo and the autoharp like you've never heard. His Steel Drivin' Man CD was voted in 1996 by Acoustic Guitar Magazine as one of the 10 Essential Folk CD's of all time, in company with Woody Guthrie, Joan Baez and other hallowed names. He has become a featured act at many of America's premier concert clubs and festivals, including Merlefest, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and the Walnut Valley Festival. Reid has also made his mark on the acoustic music world in other ways. He is responsible for most of what is known about the partial capo, developed all of the popular partial-capo configurations in use today, (including the Esus) was the first to record and publish music for partial capo. In 1980 he wrote the first college textbook for folk guitar.
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Descripción Woodpecker Multimedia. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 102 pages. 11.00x8.50x0.23 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk1630290033
Descripción Woodpecker Multimedia, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1630290033