The Frank Gambale Technique Book
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It's not just because of the economy. It's also that the notes that you play don't have enough 'punch' to stand out. As soon as you hear the same notes played by someone else, the mood just changes. Although I do not recommend learning the technique from this book, if you have Frank's book, you can study his technique and use it to progress in your own playing.
All of Frank's books are written in a very refreshing manner, and are easy to understand. The writing style is conversational, and he really tells you, not just about the theory, but about himself as well.
Frank's theory was based on his experiences growing up and his life experiences; he didn't grow up in a musical environment and his parents were not musically literate. His advice to guitar students always was to not start by studying the theory, but to learn to play and then to study theory. The theory in his book is a combination of what he learned from his band mates and from his mentors. It was also the stuff he found in the '80s on guitar magazines and videos. Frank really wanted to get the techniques down, and the theory that went along with it. He believed that the theory should be more practical and relate to different genres.
Speed picking was the 80s equivalent to 'fast picking' as in the 90s, and was the technique that took shred guitar to another level. If you want to learn the technique, the best video you can find is called Speed Picking with Frank Zappa. It is out of copyright and available on YouTube. It's definitely worth watching.
If there's one thing that I have learnt in my years of study is that everyone is different, and no one technique works for everyone. Frank's technique was one that I could not get my head around back then. I used to think of speed picking as very similar to the picking in the example below, but it is actually completely different. I still have a hard time believing that Frank's technique really is the same as this one. Although everyone has their own style of playing, in order to achieve a good and consistent sound, it's extremely important to be able to play the same notes at the same tempo.
You will also learn the tricks of the trade of the great guitarists like Ted Greene, Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, and even Eric Johnson. The techniques in the book will surely improve your guitar playing technique, solos, and composition skills. You will have more than what you need to know to become a great guitarist.
This book will not be for everyone, but if you are serious about learning guitar or improving your playing and musicality, then the book is one of the best investments you can make for yourself. If you do not have a guitar, get one, read this book, and practice. It will only take a few hours of your time. This book will benefit you in a lifetime.
The book is also a complete guide on how to create your own time signatures, chords, and musical phrases that you can use to develop compositions and improvisations. You can also watch the videos that come with this book to acquire the necessary skills in a fast and systematic way. 827ec27edc