This is the most complete book of guitar scales and arpeggios ever written.
It's truly massive: more than 400 large pages packed with diagrams, analysis and explanations. Of course it includes all the basic, common scales you need to play rock, blues, jazz and so on, but also a vast number of exotic resources for you to experiment with and use to develop your own unique sounds. Many of these have never or hardly ever been used before.
A very thorough chapter on scale theory is also included.
This book is divided into three parts. The ﬁrst part, covering chapters 1 to 4, is a detailed study of arpeggio patterns and an introduction to the study of scales. It covers a lot more than most guitarists know about scales, but it’s really just the beginning. The second and third parts present a huge number of scales, most...