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iBooks for iPhone, iPad and iMac

Includes Videos, Tabs, Backing Tracks and more

An actual quote from a customer:

What an experience.

After all these years of wasting truckloads of money.

I have finally found what I believe is the most complete method of self study.

Get this book for iPad or iPhone.  Six complete Improvisations Lessons.  Every Improvisation includes the sheet music, the scales with videos, the Guitar Pro 5 and 6 files, the mp3 Backing Tracks and 10 minute Backing Track loops.  I know you are gonna love this learning tool.  It is 475 mb of great information!.

The Improvisations that are included in this book:

  • Simple Spanish Improvisation

  • Rumba Melodic Improvisation

  • E Major Latin Improvisation

  • House of the Rising Sun

  • 12 Bar Blues in G

  • D Minor Latin Improvisation

If you are ready for some new music for solo guitar then this book is for you. Eight (8) compositions for Solo Guitar that range from easy to advanced. In addition to the notation and tablature files of each song this mutli-media also includes the Performance Video of each song and lessons on Natural Harmonics, Slides, pull offs & hammer ons.


Reading Music for Guitar Volume 2: $6.99

This book is full of videos and audios helping you understand key signatures, rhythms, chords and so much more. 

I know you are gonna love this learning tool with chapters such as: Accidentals, Eight and Quarter Note Rests, Reading 2-4 Part Music, The Free Stroke, Reading Chord Diagrams, Basic Major and Minor Chords, Reference Sheet, Key Signatures, Scarborough Fair, Time Signatures & more Rhythms, Open Seventh Chords, Study in A Minor (D. Aguado), Music Theory-Major Scales, Slurs-Hammer Ons & Pull Offs, Slur Exercises, Natural Harmonics, House of the Rising Sun Improv, Blues in E. a Finger Style Blues & Credits and Discography.

FREE iBOOK: Reading Music for Guitar Vol. 1

Includes Video for each lesson. This book covers all 6 strings in first position. It also covers basic rhythms, seating position, time signatures & more. You do not need to read music to be a great guitar player. There are plenty of examples of guitar players that do not read music. That is absolutely correct but:

  • Reading Music will make you a more complete musician.

  • Reading Music will open the world of Music Theory to you.

  • Reading Music will let you play styles of music that are not easily available on tablature.

The Improvisation in D Minor is one of the Improvisation lessons featured in my book: Guitar Improvisation.

This video lesson will teach you how to play the lead step by step.  It will also give you the scales and scale patterns to create your own lead.

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