The Missing Method for Guitar, Note Reading Series, Book 4: Crossover Positions
Remove the guesswork. Know your fretboard. Take your playing to a whole new level!
The Missing MethodTM for Guitar Note Reading Series is your step-by-step guide to learning how to read guitar music anywhere on the neck! Chances are you’ve learned to read some of the notes in open position, but the rest of the neck is just a landscape of lucky guesses. Many guitar method books simply give you the basics, but very rarely do they give you everything you need in order to feel confident in your reading and playing. The Missing Method for GuitarTM Note Reading Series can do just that!
Book four is two books in one! This book in the series is intended for anyone who has completed The Missing Method for Guitar Note Reading Series Books 1, 2, and 3, or who is already good at note reading and wants to take their skills even further. This book teaches you how to read when crossing over the open and fifth positions, as well as crossing over the fifth and ninth positions, giving you a complete picture of the fretboard. It also takes you through all 12 keys in both positions as well as more thoroughly exploring minor tonalities.
In this book, you will learn:
- How to read notes by crossing over the open and fifth positions
- How to read notes by crossing over the fifth and ninth positions
- Reading in minor keys, including relative, minor, melodic, harmonic, and jazz-melodic minors
- A review of open, fifth, and ninth positions
- Changing keys
With clear explanations and ample practice exercises, The Missing Method for Guitar Note Reading Series Book 4 gives you everything you need to master frets 1-12!