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(@clockworked)
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Bill Edwards' Fretboard Logic? A great guitarist recommended it to me, and I trust his word enough, but I figured I'd get some further thoughts on it..

http://amazon.com/gp/product/1893884058/ref=s9_asin_image_1/105-8212382-0908459?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-4&pf_rd_r=13S29M3VJTV20Q0CRE5F&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=320448901&pf_rd_i=507846

It looks pretty interesting, and I would like to delve deeper into theory. Anyone have any experience with it?

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(@musenfreund)
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I'd recommend it -- at least the first book in the series. It's great for understanding how chord voicings work up and down the fretboard.

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(@oldnewbie)
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The basic "gist" of the book is how to use the CAGED method and then it has some scales.

Depends on what your playing style is and what you want to learn. If you want to learn basic rock guitar, its a great book. I have been trying to develop my fingerstyle and now play mostly open chords relying a lot on a capo, the book is useless to me.

ps. I would buy one off ebay as it should be much cheaper than buying it new. I think I payed around $20 for volume 1 at a music store (several years ago).

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(@clockworked)
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Hopefully it's more than just scales and CAGED. I know a lot about both already. Hopefully the other two books in the series have more information.

Used to be, was a part of me felt like hiding.. but now it comes through. Comes through to you.


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