If you are a total beginner, who cannot even read music notation, but wants to be the very best with the guitar, then this book is for you. This book is perfect for beginners, it cannot be stated enough.
It has easy to read and understand diagrams for you to understand. Then there are exercises that are not very tough, but aren’t easy as well. You will find yourself struggling with a few of them, but learning a guitar is not as easy as walking in a park. Furthermore, this book contains many songs that a beginner can pick up and learn.
This book covers almost everything; from theory to practical. If you want to learn the classical guitar, then I advise you to buy this book. This will be a great asset for your learning.
You can get this book from this link.
Now, this book is for guitar players who ‘know’ how to play the guitar.
This book isn’t aimed towards beginners, but towards those people who know how to play the guitar, but have developed bad habits. This is a technical book, which deals with the technical aspects of playing the guitar. Such as how to shape and take care of your nails, holding the guitar, developing muscle memory etc.
If you think you need to polish up your guitar skills, and advance to an ‘amature’ level, then this book is for you. You can grab a copy of the book from this link.
Books are a great way to learn stuff – this goes the same with guitars. But in the end, it is all about how you take the book. How you absorb it, how you take in the knowledge.
As Bacon once beautifully said,
“Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested?”
And that is the same case with guitar books.