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Build your dexterity!

  • 248 pages
    Pattern exercises
    3-note coil exercises
    4-note coil exercises
    Major-scale exercises
    Minor-pentatonic exercises
    Chord-run exercises
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Carl Fischer The Exercise Book for Guitar

This volume is the most extensive, thorough, and exhaustive compendium of exercises for the guitar ever published. Adam Kadmon has placed the entire foundation of dexterity and physical technique in this one book. This tome is the essential collection of proven exercises that build strength, endurance, control, and timing as assembled and created by the author of the renowned Guitar Grimoire Series. Even if you haven't dove into the Grimoire series, this book can make you much sharper on the fretboard than you've ever been. 248 pages.

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