Links, Books etc. for References/Guides

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by 6String_assasin, Oct 8, 2004.

  1. 6String_assasin

    6String_assasin The Painkiller

    I will keep on adding the usefull posts by other ppl to make it easier to find.

    {Also, very Important, there are some things one should read which may not directly affect your playing but are really helpfull in development..}


    So here r some i remember rite now..

    Available from Light Without Heat way back in the early 80’s, these mini guitar lessons written by Steve Vai have been out of print for years, and original printings have become highly collectable among hardcore fans.
    http://www.vai.com/LittleBlackDots/lessons1984.html

    Tempo Mental..
    http://www.vai.com/LittleBlackDots/tempomental.html

    He calls them Martian Love Secrets...Originally published in Guitar Player Magazine, February 1989 - August 1989.
    http://www.vai.com/LittleBlackDots/MLS_index.html

    You should really have a look on this site if you haven't yet, some principles of guitar practising. Also be sure you don't miss the article on Repertoire.
    http://www.guitarprinciples.com

    I've heard a lot about this site..
    www.cyberfret.com

    EDIT:
    some more ( added by manishgids )
    http://guitar.about.com/od/beginners/
    http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~...stic/index.html
    n dis one also has sound files
    http://members.iinet.net.au/~pgt/tuolgt.html

    ( added by hi_kiran )
    http://www.harmony-central.com/Guitar/Lessons/
    http://www.museweb.com/ag/technique.html
    http://www.wholenote.com/
    http://guitarnoise.com/

    ( added by 6String_assasin)
    offers explanations of different types of strings - the string anatomy 101 - http://www.stringitup.com/strinan101.html

    If you own a stratocaster - strat tips - http://members.tripod.com/~AFH/Tips.html


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    Apart from these..
    there are some videos or video lessons highly recommended..

    John Petrucci's Rock Discpline 1,2,3,4.
    (You'll also find some usefull small clips on the site guitarprinciples)

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    Some artists you should give a listen to if already haven't..
    (not in any order)

    Joe Satriani
    Steve Vai
    Yngwie Malmsteen
    John Petrucci
    Paul Gilbert
    (ppl will add more such artists...slash for one)
    Other artists others would add for classical n fingerpicking styles..

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    Softwares:

    Guitar Pro
    Chronotron (Plugin for winamp, you'll find this again on the site guitarprinciples i guess)

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    Books: (oh, i forgot books was on the list ;) )

    Guitar Handbook by Ralph Denyer
    The entire series by Troy Stetina
    Guitar Principles by Jamey Andreas
    The AB guide to music theory by eric taylor (added by maverick8218 )

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    And Of Course, This one link... ;)
    http://www.indianguitartabs.com/forumdisplay.php?f=19

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    hope this was helpfull.

    usefull replies welcome.

    :rockon:
     
  2. manishgids

    manishgids New Member

  3. manishgids

    manishgids New Member

  4. bob-bobby

    bob-bobby Extinct or Banned!

    hey really nice links 6 string and manish :)
     
  5. esgallindeion

    esgallindeion Minstrel Knight

    @ 6string, why don't you simply edit your first post to include every new link as well... that would be good.
     
  6. maverick8218

    maverick8218 New Member

    Here's a book that was really helpful to me. It's for people who want to know music theory.
    The AB guide to music theory by eric taylor.
     
  7. hi_kiran

    hi_kiran New Member

  8. 6String_assasin

    6String_assasin The Painkiller

    gud idea :think: , done that..
     
  9. hi_kiran

    hi_kiran New Member

  10. jusmail

    jusmail New Member

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