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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Fretboard Logic Special Edition Book. Volume I explains the guitar's unique tuning and a basic set of fretboard patterns.
Volume II integrates this foundation into an exploration of chords, scales, and arpeggios. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Fretboard Logic Se , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 28, Xenophon Hendrix rated it it was amazing. I've since reached the age where I probably have more years behind me than ahead of me. Enduring my "middle years," I have accumulated some regrets, as is to be expected.
If one looks at some of the potentially glaring examples from a long list--allowing much damage to my health, never finding a career that matches my potentials and temperament, never getting married and starting a family, spending more of my time alone than is wise, in short, wasting a life--the one that causes me the most freq I've since reached the age where I probably have more years behind me than ahead of me.
If one looks at some of the potentially glaring examples from a long list--allowing much damage to my health, never finding a career that matches my potentials and temperament, never getting married and starting a family, spending more of my time alone than is wise, in short, wasting a life--the one that causes me the most frequent distress is never learning to play a musical instrument, namely, the guitar.
No doubt, this is yet another example of my foolish misjudgment of priorities, but there it is. I've never claimed not to be a chronic screw up. For many wasted years, I went around telling myself I was too old to take up music.
Why spend the time if one can't ever become good? When I was even older but somewhat wiser, I realized that the point was the journey rather than the destination, so I tried to learn the guitar. I did my research, bought a good beginner instrument, found some well regarded books and websites, and set out. I worked my way through the initial finger pain, but my chronic back pain defeated me.
Recently, however, I figured out a way to work around my traitorous back. I have again started teaching myself the guitar. Fretboard Logic SE by Bill Edwards is one of the best regarded guitar teaching manuals that my research turned up. It sure looks good to me, and I believe the man is onto something. Be aware, however, that my evaluation is a naive evaluation.
An experienced player might rate it differently. Also, the date listed for my finishing the book is misleading, for I'm sure that I've read through it at least once previously. View 1 comment. Apr 22, Jay Skyler rated it liked it.
This book starts out with one of the best, most concise explanations of the Guitars tuning system and where the CAGED system gets its name from. Here's the problem. The very mention of this book has made several of my guitar students wince in pain at its mention, having learned it pretty much verbatim from another teacher in the area.
Back to the positives, the diagrams are of very high quality and correct, his explanations of the harmonic tension created by different scale choices is spot-on and very accessible, and his "lead patterns" are well explained and can be very useful.
You will learn a great deal from this book, but please skip the extreme chord forms. When your hand starts hurting, use some common sense. Aug 17, Indran Fernando rated it it was amazing.
On your third reread, start at p. So much worthwhile commentary on shapes. Oh, shapes. Jan 03, Steve Morey rated it it was amazing. A brilliant book that I will be coming back to again and again. I've been playing for years and already knew much of this book but to see it broken down and applied in this way is eye opening.
I'll be reading this again and again over the coming months. Apr 22, Darren rated it it was amazing. A fantastic tool that provided an excellent refresher for those daring to venture further up the fretboard :. Aug 03, Stuart Lodge is currently reading it. After nearly 30 years of moving at a snail's pace on guitar I'm searching for that epiphanic moment.
Jan 17, Jenna rated it it was amazing. I'm learning to play the guitar and this is one of the best books for learning. It was recommended by my friend Dan who has been playing for 15 years. Jonathan Siemasko rated it it was amazing Apr 14, Nabin Khanal rated it liked it Jan 15, Erik rated it it was amazing Jan 13, Barry Cunningham rated it liked it Nov 27, Gaetano Albani rated it it was amazing Mar 31, Ben Kramer rated it it was amazing Aug 16, Mark Botta rated it it was amazing May 19, Michael Myers rated it it was ok Dec 17, Owen Otto rated it really liked it Jan 20, Jaime Rodriguez rated it it was amazing Aug 21, Joel Cotton rated it it was amazing Sep 16, Dobryser rated it liked it Aug 30, Charlie Marciano rated it it was amazing Jul 16, Graham rated it it was amazing Sep 17, Shawn rated it liked it Oct 28, Roy P Douglass rated it it was amazing Sep 13, Scott P rated it it was amazing Dec 21, Josh Cothran rated it really liked it Apr 29, Sandip Roy rated it really liked it Aug 08, Zachary Marsden rated it it was ok Jul 15, Joey rated it it was amazing Aug 06, Cody Clarke rated it it was amazing May 01, Edward Edmonds rated it liked it May 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Fretboard Logic SE Review: The CAGED System Made Easy
Michael is a guitarist and bassist with over 35 years of experience as a musician. Fretboard Logic by Bill Edwards is a groundbreaking guitar instruction manual that helps you see the notes of the guitar in a new way. If you have struggled to find your way around the guitar the instructions presented here will help clear up the mystery of the instrument. Music theory is important for all guitarists who want to have a strong command of the instrument, regardless of their style or genre. Understanding theory allows you to see the why of things when it comes to musical composition and songwriting.
Consider the guitar fretboard for a moment. It is a complex maze of horizontal, vertical and perpendicular dimensions to achieve sound that stretch across a think plank of wood up to 25 inches. Its beauty lies in the ability of the player to form similar sounds anywhere on the board. It is intricate and elegant at the same time.
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