The Secrets of Learning the Fretboard

The Secrets of Learning the Fretboard BookThrough my 20 years of experience as a guitar teacher, I’ve found that learning the fretboard is the #1 area for improvement in almost all guitarists.

Learn to Play the Guitar Faster

Learning the fretboard is about playing faster.  At a slow tempo of 60bpm, you need to play eighth notes in a half second.  Can you locate and play any note in a half second?  If the answer is no, this book can help you play faster.

Achieve Instant Recall of All 138 Notes

Most guitar methods focus on physically training yourself to play songs.  Before you know it, your physical skills will be developed more than your mental skills.  You will play the same patterns and licks.

This book focuses on improving your mental knowledge of the fretboard so you can instantly recall of all 138 notes of a 22-fret guitar.

159 Rut-Breaking Fretboard Exercises

The Secrets of Learning the Fretboard will challenge you to learn the fretboard from multiple angles using 159 exercises with audio.

Audio Included

Audio is included for all 159 exercises, which include 56 audio-only exercises and 103 notated exercises.

Fresh Material Keeps It Fun

The #1 way to improve as a guitarist is to learn something new every time you play.  This book keeps it fun by providing 8 different types of exercises.  You will learn the fretboard horizontally, vertically, audibly, with intervals, with scales, with chords, and with progressions.

All Skill Levels

You don’t need to be a physically gifted guitarist to benefit from this book.  It truly helps guitarists at all levels because it focuses on the mental side of learning the fretboard.

Secrets of Learning the Guitar FretboardWhy I Wrote This Book

After years of playing, I sounded the same when I wanted to improvise or write a new song.  I was totally out of new ideas.  I could play physically fast, but I wasn’t playing mentally fast.  Finally, I started learning the notes rather than the patterns.  I learned to think as I played.  I found a few patterns and techniques that helped me think as I played and a lot of traditional patterns that hurt.

Once I focused on the fretboard, I was able to locate any note quickly.  I would play the entire length of the fretboard, change octaves easily, make thoughtful note choices.  Now, I encourage you to learn as I did through the Secrets of Learning the Fretboard.

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If you’re still not convinced, I will personally answer your questions. You can even ask me your questions before you buy the book using my contact page.  I want you to learn the fretboard with confidence!

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