is 90-page book and video course for learning chords, songs, guitar techniques, and music theory. It is designed to work very well in Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Smart Phone, Tablets, and eBook platforms. Guitar Adventures
geared to beginner and intermediate guitarists. It follows a step-by-step lesson format where each lesson builds on the previous one in a clear and easy-to-understand manner. There are 60 lessons in the book. You learn the chords, techniques, and music theory through songs, which you can play along with on the free, Play-Along Videos. A lesson checklist at the end of the book helps you keep track of your progress and plan out your practice goals.
As part of the Steeplechase Guitar Instruction Series, Guitar Adventures works well with the Guitar Scales Handbook and Guitar Arpeggio Handbook (also by Damon Ferrante and available in Paperback and Kindle Editions).
- Check out the Video on Damon Ferrante's Author Page on Amazon.
There are 2 types of free videos for this book: The Video Lessons and the Play-Along Videos. There are 10 Video Lessons, which demonstrate the playing techniques and concepts featured in the book, for example, how major and minor chords are formed, how to play power chords and barre chords, and how to locate notes on the guitar neck. There are 8 Play-Along Videos, which enable you to play along with songs featured in the book. All of these videos are free and available on Youtube at the GuitarAdventures Channel. No Registration or Sign-Up is needed to view the videos and there is no limit to the amount of times that they may be viewed.
What you will find inside Guitar Adventures:
1. 60 Lessons organized in a Fun, Informative, and Step-By-Step format
2. 18 Free Video Lessons and Play-Along Videos. Check out the Youtube Channel: GuitarAdventures.
3. Chords and Basic Guitar Technique, including: Major & Minor Chords, Dominant 7th Chords, Minor 7th Chords, Major 7th Chords, Diminished Chords, and Power Chords
4. Learn the Chords through songs, including: House of the Rising Sun, Scarborough Fair, Rockabilly, Greensleeves, and When the Saints Go Marching In