A Sense Of Creativity

Author Interview
Ken Jackson Author Interview

Guitar provides clear instruction and advice so readers can learn how to play the guitar and have fun doing it. Why was this an important book for you to write?

Yes, it was. What inspired me was the harmonics of the half-way points of the string tensions.

What is a common hurdle new guitar players face and how can they overcome it?

Trying to practice songs from books. But if you get the songs down and listen to yourself sound like someone else, it makes you think (big deal). Now, that’s getting ahead of yourself.

What is one piece of advice you would give to any aspiring guitarist?

Keep your guitar tuned. It really makes a difference.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your book?

A sense of creativity.

Author Links: Workbookpress | Kendolly.net | KenJacksonBook.com

This monograph is for all you guitar players and for people who would like to play guitar. If you would just like to play guitar, it would be best for you to pay a professional teacher. This manual is intended to help you study guitar and learn about scales, chords, and the structure of songs. Diagrams are included to help you along. This work is just a basic pedagogy. It provides variety so you can really enjoy swinging guitar with enthusiasm.

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