If you’re making the transition from 6 to 7 strings, or your 7-string’s gathering dust and you want to give it another try, you need a solid 7 string guitar book that features a method! This is exactly what you’ll get here as the key to getting the most out of a 7 string guitar is seeing it as a familiar but at the same time new instrument.
Most guitarists like the idea of playing 7-string, but never get the most out of it; this is mainly because they fail to see it as an instrument in its own right, and treat it like a 6-string with a low B for chugging on. This will never do because the 7-string has its own nuances and intricacies, as well as its own scale, arpeggio and chord system, and this is what you’ll learn in 7 String Guitar Method.
What’s in this 7 String Guitar Book?
Book 1 covers the major and minor scales, as well as their corresponding chords and arpeggios; the major and minor pentatonic scales, and the blues scale too (should you want to play blues on a 7 string). We’ve also cut down the workload by creating a comprehensive system based on just three scale patterns you probably already know, and which can be adapted to become the foundation for learning arpeggios, as well as any other scale or mode easily.
In this book, you get the best of both worlds: a way to transfer all your 6-string knowledge to the 7-string fretboard, plus how to see the 7-string as an instrument in its own right with all its quirks and nuances, plus the scales, arpeggios, and chords that are only available on a 7-string guitar.
Related books: 8 String Guitar Scales and Arpeggios