10-Minute Guitar Workout by David Mead10-Minute Guitar Workout by David Mead

10-Minute Guitar Workout

byDavid Mead

Book & Toy | September 15, 1999

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(Music Sales America). David Mead got the idea for this book from the Canadian Air Force, who published a ten minute a day physical fitness schedule for modern times. The book recognized that a lot of people needed some sort of fitness regime but had little time to spare, so it offered a series of graduated exercises that would bring about a good level of fitness from a time investment of only ten minutes daily. From his own guitar-teaching experience, David Mead knows that time is also the biggest obstacle, preventing music students from making progress on their instruments. This is a condensed practice schedule for his busier students whereby they can cover all the vital areas of learning in the shortest possible time and still see a satisfying result from their labor.

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Title:10-Minute Guitar WorkoutFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:200 pages, 12 × 9 × 0.45 inPublished:September 15, 1999Publisher:Music Sales AmericaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1860742394

ISBN - 13:9781860742392

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Before the Ten Minute Guitar Workout, learning guitar used to take patience. No more! This guide comes complete with a CD that helps to make understanding the techniques and tricks of the six-string second nature. Chords, scales, tunings, picking, tempos and more are explored in easy-to-understand lessons. With the help of the CD, students will pick up the pace quickly, bringing knowledge to their fingers in 5-4 time. Quick, effective and applicable, this is one workout that you don't want to miss, especially if you want to become the next Dylan, let alone Hendrix.