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eBook Rock Guitar Secrets: Book  CD download ISBN: 3927190624
Author: Peter Fischer
Publisher: Alfred Music; Book & CD edition (December 1, 1995)
Language: English
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Best rock book i have ever encountered. Beginner to advanced, this book is useful. Etudes are must-do for all guitar player and you can find bunch of them in rock guitar secrets. Very complete guide to rock and good insight to its different techniches. comes along with a CD with loads of backing tracks. Also you can find virtuoso kind licks like Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. So if you're into electric guitar or thinking about it, you should have this.

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Does anyone have this cd? i really need it! . If it's the same thing - Masters of Rock guitar or someting like that? I just recognise the name of the author. Nov 4, 2006, 2:41 PM. Like.

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Playing techniques, solo and improvisation concepts, exercises, licks and jam tracks for: warm ups, pentatonic scales, bending and vibrato techniques, blues scales, string skipping, major scales, alternate picking, modes, economy picking (sweeping), arpeggios, two-hand tapping, minor scales, legato techniques, exotic scales, whammy bar, how to build a solo, improvisation.
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White gold
I am an intermediate guitarist with about 40 years of guitar playing experience. I recently decided to move my skills to the next level and spend some time learning basic music theory, pentatonic scales and expanding my style beyond the basic 12 bar blues progressions that I have been stuck in for the past 30 years. I purchased several books with accompanying CD tracks so that I can play along and learn some new riffs and licks. Most of the books that I found in the rock genre stayed in the realm of pentatonic scales and basic right/left hand techniques.

Peter Fischer covers a lot of territory in his book and I've concluded that it is best used as a reference rather than a start to finish effort. I started out from the beginning, but started skipping over areas as the book got into some areas that I wasn't interested in exploring.
Its strength is that you can pick an area of interest, learn as much as you can handle, listen to a finish example and then play along with an accompany track. It surveys many of the great styles and rock guitarist, giving examples of great riffs and licks.

I found that there were some gaps in my ability to understand music theory concepts that are mentioned in the book and needed to read other sources to get these concept explained more thoroughly. This included understanding intervals and scales.

One area that I thought was well covered was the different modes (Ionia, Dorian, etc.) There are some interesting exercises that explore these and raised my understanding in this area. I learned what modes are typically used in different genres and can often recognize these when I listen to music.

I also like many of the accompanying tracks that explore different chord progressions for practicing licks. I greatly increased my understanding of what chords work together and how leads can be used with them. I would also recommend picking up the Chord Wheel at [...] and reading the accompanying material. This really helped me take my understanding of chord concepts to the next level.

Arpeggios are the "in" thing it seems with contemporary rock guitarist, and Peter explores these comprehensively in "Arp Land"; the chapter dedicated to arpeggios in his book. I managed to learn a few of the 30+ or so that are illustrated. These things are hard to finger! I think an arps for dummies summary would have been useful. I actually incorporated some bits of arps into some licks that I worked out after spending some time on these.

I have to admit that I haven't made it all the way through all the material yet, but thought I should give some tips on those who are interested in this book:

This book is targeted at intermediate players like me who have mastered chords, pentatonic scales and can generally jam along with basic rock progressions. Don't buy this book if you are just a beginner, as it will be a challenge getting to the dexterity required for getting though most of the exercises.

For the price, you will get a huge return on your investment if you can spend the time to master all this material. I am currently not guitar lessons, and believe that an intermediate player can get a lot of mileage out of this book towards advancing their skills by just getting though this book. Having taken lessons in the past I can tell you that just going over the material and practicing will get you where you want to go for a lot less driving and money.

The accompanying CD has some really nice accompanying tracks and licks. My suggestion to Peter on the licks is that they be recorded in two speeds; slow for us mortals and normal for aspiring guitar gods.

If you don't have any music theory experience, pick up "Music Theory Made Easy" by David Harp. This should fill in the gaps on the basic music theory concepts that Peter discusses around some of the exercises.

Here is a note for Peter if he ever reads these: "Peter, excellent job on this book. I really am enjoying it. Please provide a tab of your introduction song on the CD. I really like it and want to learn to play some of the riffs."
Manazar
no CD was included. Did I miss this in the description?
Jube
I never thought I would enjoy Music Theory
spark
Do you want realy play rock guitar ? This is the book for you focus on so many diferent thecniques to play like pro....
Swift Summer
Best rock book i have ever encountered. Very complete guide to rock and good insight to its different techniches. comes along with a CD with loads of backing tracks. Tab AND Notes. Fully recomended.
LONUDOG
I’ve taught guitar for about 10 years, played for 20 years. I used books to teach myself (pre YouTube days), and this is a fantastic book for advanced electric guitar. Not good for beginners, but anyone who is interested in playing lead guitar and learning music theory should get this book!
DireRaven
Comprehensive coverage on contemporary rock guitar techniques for 70 -80s. You may not agree the materials taught are "secrets" but they are the basics which every immediate rock guitar player must know. You would find them in most of the repertoire of great rock guitarists (such as Beck, Santana, Van Halen..etc). I found the book very good in terms of explaining the concepts and techniques. Definitely useful for a immediate guitar players who wants to learn by copying others.
The author has written another bookthat illustrates great rock players' sound which can be used as a supplement to this book.
Great book, alot of good stuff. Take your time to look it all throu and leave bookmarks where you think you'll benifit most.