ceddia wrote:Yesterday I received Bill May's complete classic guitar book. When looking over it seems a very good book, it starts all the way from the beginning with left hand and right hand studies. He also explains the music notation in a logical sequence. I will use this book along with Bill May's classical beginner guitar solos book to start playing classical guitar studies.
So, if there are any beginners to look for a beginners book; these books seem to fit the bill so far.
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I like the book "Classical Guitar for Dummies". ItÂ´s a stupid title and first I thought it must be crap, but itÂ´s serious book for beginners. Not too difficult and not too easy. I think itÂ´s better for self studying than the Mel bay book.
Derek Gripper wrote:I have written a little beginners book which may be of help in preparing you for other books. It will get your fingers moving, your ear in tune, and establish the basic concepts of play melodies and harmonies, as well as the basics of reading (like which way is up.)
It is available free online here:
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