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It was immensely helpful for me back then. I had lots of moments.
However, it's not terribly advanced stuff, so if you already know some music theory and you're still learning from your friend, you may not get a whole lot out of the book. It depends how well you're grasping it right now. It could help fill in some holes and tie some concepts together There's about a billion reviews of it on site, as well as sample pages and whatnot, you might try reading up on the SE edition there.
Dependent on how much theory you know, whether or not you are willing to map out the fretboard and work out fingering patterns for yourself. FL uses major triad inversions as mnemonics to key to specific fingering patterns. It's not bad for a pattern based system, especial if you remember it's not the last word on the subject but rather an introduction to it. I never used it but studied the "system" after I already knew what it was teaching.
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In the long run I think people are better off working this stuff out for themselves but that may be a minority opinion. Fretboard Logic is good stuff.
The comic book format of PT does a great job of visually explaining the basics of tone relationships in a way that FL decribes in just words. They work great together as a combo platter. Fretboard Logic finally made theory click for me, I'd tried studying it before and it always went over my head.
I personally found it really simple and intuitive to wrap my head around and still is the best explanation of the CAGED system I've seen.
Knowing that I already knew the foundations of this system going into it was really empowering too. That being said, it seems like the biggest detractors of this book are people who have either had a lot of traditional theory background, or are so advanced they already get the basic message of the series, which is to play all the way up and down the fretboard either with scales or chord inversions.
I think a lot of them also just read the first volume, which is really simplistic only showing major chords and how the penatonic shapes fit within them.
It's the 2nd book which dives pretty deep into different chord and scale types, but it's pretty important to build of the simple foundtation of the first I find. But for a retard like me, it did wonders, because it's a purely visual method that specicially works for the guitar, and now i can tackle more advanced concepts in other books because of the knowledge it taught me.
A lot of people also like the Fretboard Workbook, which I don't really care for, because I feel it's a more traditional theory book, building chords and scales from intervals, which I find tedious and boring. My biggest complaint with the book is that it's not a method book, there aren't any real exercises, it simply explains how the fretboard is laid out, so you then have to take this knowledge and apply it to everything else you do.
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Which is great becasue everyone is different so you can apply this to any method you use. I have the book and lost interest in it, perhaps it is time that I pick it back up and have a re-read again. What I meant was that the book doesn't really provide a path to engrain the knowledge in your head. Unfortunately, it's also really boring. Many players spend countless hours studying it, and too much of it can really suck the fun out of being a guitar player.
In Fretboard Logic, Edwards helps you to understand the workings of the guitar's tuning system, and presents a coherent and easy-to-follow method for getting around the fretboard. You'll learn a lot, and the time you spend with the system will show in your playing. Fretboard Logic doesn't mess around with boring mumbo jumbo.
Edwards gets right down to it, with useful advice for anyone who can play a few chords. Of course it all takes practice, but once you've mastered the lessons you'll find you see the fretboard clearer than ever. Fretboard Logic definitely helped me become a better guitarist, even after 20 years of playing. I had experience playing in bands and in the recording studio as a lead guitarist, and I guess I was a decent player.
I had learned a little music theory along the way, but I was mostly self-taught. Everything I had learned up until that point I had gleaned from different instructional books and magazine articles.
Mostly, I had just figured things out on my own. I have little patience for boring things, which is why I became a guitar player to begin with. Studying music theory is like a trip to the dentist's office.
I'd much rather spend my time learning new music, either by ear or by tab. That's how I learned many of the chords and scales. I think a lot of self-taught players are that way, and it's not a bad thing. But, when you decide you want to have a deeper understanding of the instrument, learning new songs doesn't really help much.
Fretboard Logic made the notes of the guitar clearer than they had ever been before. It helped me to see how everything is connected in a practical sense, not just as dots in a book. It opened up new ideas for me, a player with a lot of experience, but I can also see how it can get a new guitarist off on the right foot.
Whenever I run into someone who really wants to expand their guitar playing, this is always the book I recommend. You'll learn these chords all over the fretboard, and understand how to find them in any position.
Fretboard Logic, worth it?
It really is a smart system, and simple to follow. Don't get the idea that it will be a cakewalk though.
Edwards's system may be easy to grasp, but you'll be challenged to get better every step of the way.Fretboard Logic SE: Whenever I run into someone who really wants to expand their guitar playing, this is always the book I recommend.
Nabin Khanal rated it liked it Jan 15, Dependent on how much theory you know, whether or not you are willing to map out the fretboard and work out fingering patterns for yourself. Owen Otto rated it really liked it Jan 20, Volume II of the series teaches the tonal elements of music in a way that eliminates the typical guesswork and rote memorization. What I meant was that the book doesn't really provide a path to engrain the knowledge in your head.
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