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(@leoly007)
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03/08/2019 5:39 am  

I've been playing guitar for a few years now, but mostly just goofing around. I've learned a few riffs from different songs and stuff like that, but now I want to really start improving my technique and start writing songs. I already have a metronome, now I just need a good technique book. Any recommendations?


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(@alangreen)
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03/08/2019 8:07 am  

Why not start with something like "Total Guitar" or "Guitar Techniques" magazines? TG always carries full tabs for a big song, a Grade Exam arrangement of another, and an "easy" arrangement of a third, plus its Cover Feature regularly touches on technical stuff

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