A modern method for guitar (berklee) 3

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This book is a continuation of Volumes I and II, Modern Method for Guitar.Most of the terms and techniques are directly evolved from material pre-sented in them. Fingerings for (two octave) scales and arpeggios are de-veloped to the ultimate... in that any other patterns that you may discoverwill consist of nothing more than combinations of two or more of thosepresented here. Three octave patterns will be shown in a latter volume, butmany can be worked out with the aid of the position to position fingeringson pages 76 and 77.With regard to chords and harmony, diagrams are totally dispensed withand everything is worked out from a knowledge of chord spelling and theconstruction of voicings. There will be further development later in thisarea of study also.Mastery of the "right hand rhythms" pages should enable you to performany rhythmic combinations that may confront you at any time.. .assuming,of course, that you have the to "swing". (If this property is lackingthen perhaps you had better throw the pick away. )Should you be fortunate 'enuff to possess a creative soul, the pages devotedto chord and scale relationships will be (I'm sure) a rather large help.....In any event this knowledge can certainly keep you out of trouble when youhave some on the spot "filling" to do.As in the preceding volumes, all music is original and has been createdespecially for the presentation and perfection of the lesson material.... Once again, all the best and good luck.William G. LeavittIt is important that the following material be covered in consecutive order.The index on page 158 is for reference purposes only and will prove valuablefor review or concentration on specific techniques.