Scales on one String

Guitar Playing and how it Works, 5th edition
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Playing scales on one string is the quickest way to develop your melody playing and expression on the guitar. You will also learn to change positions on the guitar confidently and musically.

Who are you learning from?

Peter Inglis has a 40 career spanning the dance hall, to the recording studio and ultimately the concert stage.

He has performed all styles from rock to pop, jazz to classical and now shares his experience via publications and coaching with guitarists who wants the fast track to competence.

What will you learn?

The methods used by professional musicians to refine their craft and perform.

Every concept and technique in the book has been tested in live performance over a 40 year career of professional guitar playing, in styles of music ranging from rock to classical and everything in between

Who is it for?

All styles of player from country to classical, from baroque to rock.

All skill levels:

  • Amateur guitarists who want to play better and perform.
  • Teachers who want a focussed and thorough resources for their students.
  • Professional guitarists who want to reassess their own development.
  • This book is suitable for electric and acoustic guitar.

Vivaldi, theme from Spring

I am happy to announce the publication of "Vivaldi, theme from Spring, The Four Seasons".the 7th book in my Basic Repertoire series for guitar.

Palm Beach from West Head, Sydney,

Vivaldi's Four Seasons is one of the most famous pieces of music ever written. This book shows you how to play the main theme on the guitar.

What? A book with only one tune in it?

Yes, that's right. But by the time you have worked through this book, you will really know that tune. This book shows you how to work in depth.

Read more: Vivaldi, theme from Spring

Cork Hornpipe (Harvest Home)

Cork Hornpipe (Harvest Home) by Peter Inglis, Book 6 in The Whole Guitarist: Basic Repertoire series.

Announcing the publication of the final book in my first series of Irish Folk tunes for guitarists: "Cork Hornpipe (Harvest Home)".

If you learn to play these six tunes and understand the technique and theory, you will have gained some great repertoire and fantastic foundation skills.

Cork Hornpipe, also known as Harvest Home, is one of the most often recorded of the traditional Irish folk tunes. It is a lively dance. If you visit any Irish Pub around the world and you are very likely to hear this tune during the evening. It is also a popular tune at Bush Dances.

This arrangement is suitable for:

  • Electric guitar
  • Acoustic guitar
  • Plectrum style
  • Fingerstyle

Read a free sample or buy it at : www.smashwords.com/books/view/460679.

Kesh

Kesh by Peter Inglis, Book 5 in The Whole Guitarist: Basic Repertoire series.

Announcing the publication of the 5th book in my series of basic repertoire pieces for guitarists: "Kesh".

Kesh is a lovely Irish folk tune which works well at slow and fast tempos. The piece is suitable for Electric guitar, Acoustic guitar, Plectrum and Fingerstyle guitar so accelerate your guitar playing with this famous folk tune. Learn to make the guitar 'speak' and how to work fast and in depth at the same time, like the pros.

If you go to any Irish Pub around the world in the evening there is likely to be a 'session' (jam session) in progress and you are also likely to hear this tune during the evening. It is also a popular tune at Bush Dances.

Check out my versions and the instructional videos relating to this book on the Peter Inglis Guitar channel at YouTube. You will also find links there to some of the best versions I have found.

This arrangement is suitable for:

  • Electric guitar
  • Acoustic guitar
  • Plectrum style
  • Fingerstyle

Read a free sample or buy it at : www.smashwords.com/books/view/460342.