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Download Fretboard Roadmaps Ukulele Bk/CD ePub
  • ISBN 1423400410
  • ISBN13 978-1423400417
  • Language English
  • Author Jim Beloff
  • Publisher Hal Leonard; Pap/Com edition (August 1, 2006)
  • Pages 80
  • Formats mbr rtf lrf doc
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Music
  • Size ePub 1596 kb
  • Size Fb2 1601 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 469

(Fretted). Take your uke playing to the next level with this great package that will teach you how to: strum backup chords all over the fretboard, in any key; play chord solos up and down the fretboard; solo in any key using first-position major scales, chord-based licks, and moveable major and blues scales; understand chord progressions; increase your chord vocabulary; and more. Tunes and exercises that illustrate each technique are written in standard notation and tablature and played on the accompanying audio. An absolute beginner can follow the diagrams and instruction from the beginning. Intermediate and advanced players can use the chapters non-sequentially to increase their understanding of the ukulele. Audio is accessed online using the unique code in each book and includes PLAYBACK+ tools such as tempo adjustment, looping, and more.

I'm a big fan of the Fretboard Roadmaps books (I. .I have a good number of other books by Fred Sokolow beyond the Fretboard Roadmaps series. I must say that the CD is a huge help

I'm a big fan of the Fretboard Roadmaps books (I have a few different ones for guitar). In my experience they explain some general theory, chord formation, moveable chord forms, circle of fifths, and bring you from beginner to more intermediate or advanced concepts with a clear, concise layout. I think he's very good at simplifying things and explaining it clearly. I must say that the CD is a huge help. My beginner's books either had no CD at all, or the recordings were so dorky that I felt impatient to move ahead and get to some "real" music.

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It is basic music theory book as it applies exclusively to ukulele players It is called 'Fretboard Roadmaps: Ukulele by Fred Sokolow and Jim Beloff.

It is basic music theory book as it applies exclusively to ukulele players. It has helped me greatly to navigate the fretboard; I knew there was a reason that there were more than five frets! It is on special at the moment on the book depository. It comes with a cd, heaps of stuff to play along to and it has challenged my playing. I recommend this book if: You dont know how to play in every key Certain chords are mysterious and unknown You have memorised a few songs on uke but have no system to tie them together You cant play a solo. It is called 'Fretboard Roadmaps: Ukulele by Fred Sokolow and Jim Beloff.

Baritone Ukulele Fretboard Roadmaps TAB Music Book with Audio by Fred Sokolow. Condition: New. £1. 3.

Fretboard Roadmaps - Ukulele. by Fred Sokolow and Jim Beloff. Book with online audio. The pros can ad lib hot solos and play backup in any key, all over the fretboard. Now you can too! Learn how to: strum backup chords anywhere on the fretboard, in any key; play chord solos up and down the fretboard; solo in any key using first-position major scales, chord-based licks, and moveable major and blues scales; understand chord progressions; increase your chord vocabulary; more.

Fretboard Roadmaps - Ukulele : The Essential Patterns That All the Pros Know and Use. by Jim Beloff and Fred . by Jim Beloff and Fred Sokolow. Take your uke playing to the next level with this great package that will teach you how to: strum backup chords all over the fretboard, in any key; play chord solos up and down the fretboard; solo in any key using first-position major scales, chord-based licks, and moveable major and blues scales; understand chord progressions; increase your chord vocabulary; and more.

Authors: Jim Beloff, Fred SokolowFormat: Softcover with Audio n: Ukulele TABTake your uke . strum backup chords all over the fretboard, in any key. play chord solos up and down the fretboard.

Authors: Jim Beloff, Fred SokolowFormat: Softcover with Audio n: Ukulele TABTake your uke playing to the next level with this great package that will teach you how to:Tunes and exercises that illustrate each technique are written in standard notation and tablature and played on the accompan. solo in any key using first-position major scales, chord-based licks, and moveable major and blues scales.

Talk about Fretboard Roadmaps Ukulele Bk/CD


Arakus
I'm a big fan of the Fretboard Roadmaps books (I have a few different ones for guitar). In my experience they explain some general theory, chord formation, moveable chord forms, circle of fifths, and bring you from beginner to more intermediate or advanced concepts with a clear, concise layout.

However, absolute beginners will probably not find this to be ideal as a starting point, unless you have a more experienced player to answer your questions. Once you have some experience under your belt, then I think the advanced beginner to intermediate player - or even beyond - can get a lot from this book.

I have a good number of other books by Fred Sokolow beyond the Fretboard Roadmaps series. I think he's very good at simplifying things and explaining it clearly. However, there are many things with music that just have to "click" on their own, through experience with playing them. Fred's books are generally packed with information, not all of which clicks immediately. But you'll get there eventually.

I would say that this book would be of primary benefit to anyone who wants to dig deep on uke chords and expand that part of their playing. Plenty of books have chord charts, but Fred gives you different arrangements of the same song that get more advanced as you go. That kind of teaching, to me, is invaluable, because it lets you see for yourself when, where and how things can be made more complex - or simplified.

If you are an absolute beginner, I think a book like Camp Ukulele is a great place to start. It has simple arrangements of well known songs so you can jump right in and start playing without too much fuss. Once you learn some chords and feel comfortable with changing between the, then a book like Fretboard Roadmaps can fill in the blanks regarding how chords are formed, different chord extensions and inversions, single note scales, chord melodies, etc.

As a guitar teacher of absolute beginners, the best way (IMO) to get people interested in their instrument so that they keep playing is to teach them songs, then build from there. If this book seems overwhelming to you, put it away for few months, play your uke a lot, learn as many songs and chords as you can, then come back to it when you have more experience. You'll find that with more experience it makes more sense, and is filled with useful information.
Whitesmasher
If you are serious about playing beyond a few basic chords, it' IMPERATIVE that you learn your fretboard! This book will help you do that! I've been playing the uke for a year with no music background except when I was a kid at the piano. After many decades, I found myself really enjoying learning how to play this happy instrument. I am also the type of person who NEEDS to challenge her mind. I don't have a good memory and I was very frustrated trying to remember all the chords. This book helped me recognize basic chords FORMATIONS up and down the fretboard. Once you get that down, life gets a lot easier!
Utchanat
I was looking for an intermediate-level book with a strong foundation in theory, interesting exercises for training, and creative diagrams that would stick in my mind. Sokolow delivers. Excellent choice for musicians who want to go beyond a few basic chords and easy songs. Particularly good for those who play other instruments and want to add baritone uke to their toy box.
Lamranilv
My experience with beginning ukulele books has been pretty uniformly
disappointing. They all promise to include everything you could
possibly need to know, when in in my experience they have all been
thin, padded with useless filler, and lacking a coherent path to get
from "here" to "there".

This book is a __VERY__ welcome change, and at a sweet price to boot.
To be sure, it is not a beginner's book. The very first song (Sloop
John B.) has a tricky rhythm (e.g., three quarter notes in two beats)
and a shuffle strum with some down strokes missing; as a result,
only about half of the words actually coincide with a strum. This is
not a criticism of the book, just pointing out the level of difficulty
you'll hit in the first few pages. Fortunately for me (an arhythmic
klutz) the focus of the book is on learning the fretboard !

I must say that the CD is a huge help. My beginner's books either had
no CD at all, or the recordings were so dorky that I felt impatient to
move ahead and get to some "real" music. The teacher on this CD,
however, has a very inviting style, and you get the feeling that he
would be a fun person to jam with or watch in performance. A big plus
if your skills require you to listen to the same track over and over
and over...

This book is not about music theory per se, but but rather a practical
framework for learning how to physically hit the right notes; i.e.,
it doesn't attempt to describe *why* you would use a D7b5 chord, but
it helps you develop the skill so that when you have to play one you
know what your various options are and you can get your fingers in the
right place without thinking too much.

I have only completed about half of the book so far. I've learned the
basic movable chord patterns (3 each of major, minor, 7th), and am
starting to practice with them. The songs in this part of the book
take one chord (G major, say) and move it up and down the fretboard
for several measures before changing to a new chord. This kind of
practice is necessary to internalize what you've learned, but the
authors do a nice job of making the practice interesting and fun,
pointing out how to spice up your music rather than just saying
"memorize this" and jumping to a new, disconnected topic.

I look forward to working my way through this book, and I definitely
intend to revisit it again and again. As my title says, it's a
keeper !
Arthunter
The paperback version is a very useful addition to the slim offerings for the baritone ukulele. It gets you moving beyond the top-of-the-neck open chords everybody learns first but which aren't very useful for expanding your knowledge over all the keys. Beware, however, that the Kindle version, as shown today, is for the TENOR ukulele, not the baritone. For baritone, get the paperback, not the Kindle edition.
Jorius
Super teaching book. Recommended on Baritone ukulele community then when I seen the soprano version in a music store I realized how great it was. Bought it An it is the best teaching guide even if you’ve never played a stringed instrument. So many books are a hit an miss when you can’t see them. This is a hit