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ーGuitar Exercises For Dummies by Mark Phillips and Jon Chappell(耳麿膳楼)―
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  Table of Contents
  Introduction
  Part I Preparing to Practice
    Chapter 1 Reviewing Guitar Fundamentals
      Perfecting Your Practice Posture
      Brushing Up On Guitar Notation
    Chapter 2 Warming Up for Your Practice Sessions
      Preparing Your Body and Mind to Play
      Waking Up Your Fingers with Some Practice Exercises
  Part II Scales and Scale Sequences
    Chapter 3 Putting the Major Scales to Use in Your Playing
      Practicing Five Major Scale Patterns
      Applying Your Scale Work to Actual Pieces of Music
    Chapter 4 Adding Major Scale Sequences to Your Repertoire
      Practicing Major Scale Sequences
      Putting Your Sequence Skills to Work with a Few Songs
    Chapter 5 Tackling the Three Minor Scales
      Familiarizing Yourself with Natural Minor Scales
      Raising the Bar with Melodic Minor Scales
      Harmonizing with Harmonic Minor Scales
      Playing Pieces Using the Three Minor Scales
    Chapter 6 Examining Minor Scale Sequences
      It¨s Only Natural: Practicing Natural Minor Scale Sequences
      Up and Down the Scale: Practicing Melodic Minor Scale Sequences
      Discovering a More Intense Sound with Harmonic Minor Scale Sequences
      Practicing Some Pieces Using Minor Scale Sequences
  Part III Arpeggios and Arpeggio Sequences
    Chapter 7 Breaking Out with Major Arpeggios
      Preparing Yourself for Major Chords by Practicing Major Arpeggios
      Applying Your Skills: Performing Pieces Using Major Arpeggios
    Chapter 8 Discovering How to Play Major Arpeggio Sequences
      Picking Up On Major Arpeggio Sequences
      Playing Pieces That Feature Major Arpeggio Sequences
    Chapter 9 Getting to Know Minor Arpeggios
      Working On Minor Arpeggios
      Playing Pieces with Minor Arpeggios
    Chapter 10 Looking at Minor Arpeggio Sequences
      Adding Minor Arpeggio Sequences to Your Practice Sessions
      Tackling a Few Pieces Composed of Minor Arpeggio Sequences
    Chapter 11 Enhancing Your Playing with Seventh Chord Arpeggios
      Practicing Dominant Seventh Chord Arpeggios
      Putting Your Fingers to Work with Minor Seventh Chord Arpeggios
      Running Through the Major Seventh Chord Arpeggios
      Applying Seventh Chord Arpeggios to Some Famous Pieces
    Chapter 12 Trying Your Hand at Seventh Chord Arpeggio Sequences
      Taking On Dominant Seventh Chord Arpeggio Sequences
      Adding Minor Seventh Chord Arpeggio Sequences to Your Collection
      Practicing Major Seventh Chord Arpeggio Sequences
      Playing Pieces with Seventh Chord Arpeggio Sequences
  Part IV Chords and Additional Exercises
    Chapter 13 Building Finger Independence with Chord Exercises
      Practicing Inversion Patterns
      Playing Chord Progressions
      Practicing Pieces That Use Chord Progressions
    Chapter 14 Developing Strength and Speed by Playing Single-Note Exercises
      Moving Across the Neck
      Moving Along the Neck
  Part V The Part of Tens
    Chapter 15 Ten Tips for Maximizing Your Practice Time
      Establish Your Practice Place
      Define Your Practice Time (and Stick to It)
      Establish Objectives for Your Practice Sessions
      Keep Your Accessories Handy
      Get Your Head in the Game
      Warm Up Your Hands and Fingers
      Start Slow and Work Your Way Up
      Isolate Difficult Passages
      Play Different Guitars
      Join the Club
    Chapter 16 Ten Ways to Improve Your Musicianship
      Get with the Rhythm
      Familiarize Yourself with Pitch
      Discover Harmony
      Perform Live for a Crowd
      Compose Your Own Melody and Improvise a Bit
      Train Your Ear to Hear
      Polish Your Playing with Expression
      Listen to Lots of Music
      Watch a Performer¨s Body Language
      Test Yourself by Teaching Someone Else
    Appendix How to Use the CD
      Relating the Text to the CD
      Using the CD
      Tracks on the CD
      Troubleshooting
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ーGuitar Exercises For Dummies by Mark Phillips and Jon Chappell(耳麿膳楼)―


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