Re: Recommend a good book
I'm always open and available to try and help anybody with anything anytime..all you ever gotta do is ask here or through a pm or e-mail,, if I can help I will.
You can google the book's title "Intelli-Shred" and you'll see its available at a ton of online and brick and mortar locations in the US, UK, Italy and Japan.. those are the ones that I know of..
It's been featured in the December 2007 issue of Guitar Techniques.. I'd post a couple of links and such, but I don't want to violate any rules here on Jemsite that I may not know about/remember..lol.
The book is intended for those who have been playing for a while and are having a hard time putting everything together. It is meant to help you see the way the fingerboard lays out and to help you be able to travel it however you please and give as many different melodic options as possible. It is also intended to help you find your own voice as opposed to simply copying what someone else has already done.. and it can also give you a peak into how and why certain things work in a given players style.
Hope this helps.