The First Stage Guitar Book: Learn How To Play Guitar Easily & Quickly!

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  1. V. Messner says:
    97 of 102 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The “No Fluff” guide to playing the guitar, December 27, 2000
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    This review is from: The First Stage Guitar Book: Learn How To Play Guitar Easily & Quickly! (Spiral-bound)

    I like many others, own many ‘how to play guitar’ books. The vast majority of these books are either overly technical for the beginner, or present shared information that demands prior knowledge of guitar scheme. This book presents chords (open and barre) in simple to read diagrams, by the side of with progressions that take the guess work out of what chords sound excellent together. Of the many books I own, this, by the side of Chris’other book,”The Next Stage Guitar Book”, are my favorites. Rather than reinventing the wheel and taking years to learn the information presented in this book by trial and error, I’d suggest buying this book. It’s like a treasure map that will simplify the guitar, and more importantly, allow you to have some fun rather than drown in years and years of scheme before being able to play anything.

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  2. Greg Van de Berghe says:
    51 of 53 people found the following review helpful:
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    Another truly refreshing approach., April 8, 2000
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    This review is from: The First Stage Guitar Book: Learn How To Play Guitar Easily & Quickly! (Spiral-bound)

    As with “The Guitar Book” this book also, with it’s simple to see diagrams steps the beginner through the basics of the guitar from the proper positioning, tuning and the first few basic chords one starts to sense an immediate feel of accomplishment from the basics of strumming and fiddle with placement.

    The charts showing chords in the open and “barre” combinations, in my opinion, takes this knowledge to a level that any student can expand with to the best of their current ability. The availability of this “BUILDING BLOCK” feature paints a bright picture where as other books pile this information in following chapters.

    From the simple to read diagram explanations, transposing and “tips by the side of the way” the potential here is something that not only will the beginner find useful but many a player I’m sure will find resourceful. From the majors, minors, flats, sevenths and ninths this book by far is the best I have seen anywhere.

    I doubt anyone will find this too elementary.

    A Settled 5+ *****

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  3. Anonymous says:
    38 of 40 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Getting Started Made Simpler Than Ever!, January 19, 2000
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    This review is from: The First Stage Guitar Book: Learn How To Play Guitar Easily & Quickly! (Spiral-bound)

    I got the book and learned this guitar book is just what I wanted. The chords are simple to know and given in both “open” and “barre” fiddle with forms. It has other helpful culture information such as the individual clarification on the guitar and how they relate to written music. The illustrations are large and clear. It is much simpler now since everything I needed to get started is in The “First Stage” Guitar Book.

    I am pleased that it is a spiral bound book, the pages stay flat making it simple to practice. It is a valuable guitar book for a beginner like myself.

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