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Brilliant. -- John Holly Denver CO
Fretboard Logic is The Best!! -- C.J. Hamwyk Delft Netherlands
I cant express the excitement I feel as I am getting to understand the guitar fretboard in a very real sense. My musical goals are now within reach and I have a way of getting there. At some point, while working through the second book, I will start putting together chord solos and working on finding a voice and style of my own... I decided to learn everything you offer in your books. Everything in your books has a useful purpose and I thank you for it. The comments from other customers in your books are NOT an exaggeration, they are right on target. -- Tony Beltram Columbus Hts. MN
I just received your books, and I want you to know they are intensely appreciated. Ive been playing almost 30 years, and Ive got all kinds of books and videos, but these books mean more to me than all that other [expletive deleted]. Ive had teachers but I learn best on my own. Have you studied systems analysis? Im a scientist and these books are presented in a way that I would have if I knew the material. I wish Id had these 15 years ago when my fingers werent so stiff. Why arent these books in every music store in America? -- Michael Fitzgerald Waukeegan IL
I see the greatness of these books and I understand what you are doing. And I thank you. Its a good thing you're doing. -- Bob Savage, Friendsville MD
I thought Volume I was excellent. It fills in gaps in my fretboard knowledge. I wish I'd had this 25 years ago. -- David Tyra Terre Haute IN
I would like to say that I've spent more money on guitar lesson books than I have on all my guitar equipment put together. If FRETBOARD LOGIC and FRETBOARD LOGIC II were available when I first started playing guitar I would have saved a lot of money. FRETBOARD LOGIC and FRETBOARD LOGIC II are the best instruction books I own, they are very easy to understand and very well put together. I would recommend these books to everybody from beginner to advanced players. -- Scott Spaulding Virginia Beach VA
The claims were outrageous, the quotes unbelievable and I thought it just can't be that simple. Now I am feeling sorry for anyone who hasn't gotten your books. They honestly advanced me years beyond where I'm at. Thank you. P.S. Why doesn't everyone know about this? -- Rev. Garth Heckman Madison WI
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Take your time and work through these volumes rather than learning tabs to song after song. You will understand the guitar and be able to develop and analyze any style you wish. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chris Shoreman
This is truly a great book, well written and easy to understand, the problem is not with the book, it's with me, I get side tracked easily and get involved in too many projects,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jim
I have been playing classic guitar for 10+ years. I wish I had found this years ago.
This was just what I needed. Read more
As advertised, really opened my eyes, I feel like i've just learnt every possible chord and scale in just 1 readingPublished on July 10 2008 by GiantSquid69
man i have to wonder what types of _other_ guitar books people have been reading all along to find this so revolutionary. Read morePublished on April 8 2004
Fretboard Logic SE is a valuable book and you'll understand a great deal more about the logic of the guitar's tuning and fret system within the first few pages but if you have... Read morePublished on March 27 2004 by AS Atwood
Most music is taught from a piano mentality... a long string of notes stretching from too low to sing to too high to sing. Read morePublished on March 22 2004 by Anne Speck
I have been working with fretboard logic for almost six months now. My playing has improved dramatically. I highly reccomend it.Published on March 1 2004 by J. Ippolito
Let me start off by saying that this book is unique, and because of that, it will probably always have detractors. I am writing to advise you not to pay any attention to them. Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2004 by "cobia51"