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ISBN:0897248058
Author: Arlen Roth
ISBN13: 978-0897248051
Title: Arlen Roth's Masters of the Telecaster: Book & 2 CDs
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Language: English
Category: Music
Publisher: Alfred Music; Pap/Com edition (July 1, 1996)
Pages: 188

Arlen Roth's Masters of the Telecaster: Book & 2 CDs by Arlen Roth



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Arlen Roth's Masters of the Telecaster (Book & 2 CDs) Paperback. The actual content of the DVD, however, is great. Arlen covers a lot of different styles with tabbed/notated examples. He starts out simply and thankfully with some rhythm stuff, then he gives more.

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Perhaps no other instrument in history has had such a profound effect on the history, style and development of popular music as the Fender Telecaster. This book provides deep insights into the history and uses of this fantastic instrument, including licks, solos and techniques of all the great "Telemasters" and influences on blues, country, R&B, and rock. Also includes over 140 music examples in standard notation, tablature, and on the enclosed recordings plus hundreds of photos and more. Additional Information.

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Arlen Roth discusses the strengths and characteristics of one of the first production-line electric guitars, pioneered by Leo Fender. Roth takes the viewer on a tour of the instrument's heritage, showcasing the most popular musicians, techniques, sounds and styles. Part homage to a classic instrument, part guitar lesson from one of the best country blues players around, this is the quintessential guide to all things Telecaster. Arlen Roth discusses the strengths and characteristics of one of the first production-line electric guitars, pioneered by Leo Fender. Arlen Roth - Masters Of The Telecaster.

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Perhaps no other instrument in history has had such a profound effect on the history, style and development of popular music as the Fender Telecaster. This beautiful coffee table-style book includes color and black and white photos of vintage and custom shop models and the great "tele" artists. Plus, deep insights into the history and uses of this fantastic instrument, including licks, solos and techniques of all the great "Telemasters" and influences on blues, country, R&B, and rock. Also includes over 140 music examples--all demonstrated by Arlen Roth on the included CD. All examples are in standard notation, tablature.
Reviews: 7
Faugami
I have played for thirty years, and I am primarily a blues and rock player using a Les Paul. My roots are in country folk and blues on an accoustic. I have taught guitar, long ago. Also attended Berklee College of Music briefly. I have played country music from time to time, but it is not my area of musical interest-thus I am a less than a neophyte and it is on this basis you should weigh my review.
I was elated when I went through this book. As background I am a busy professional, and have a son who is learning guitar as well. I regularly buy imported technique magazines in order to continue to grow in my playing. As with any book, you have to be willing to sit down and work through the book. You neednt read music, but exercises are in guitar tablature as well as standard notation.
Heres the great stuff:
CUTS TO THE CHASE!
Lessons are short and achievable. While aimed at the tele, this book would be great for an accoustic player as well. The breadth of technique and style are excellent, from country to bluegrass, to soul, and rock to blues. Everything is universal in terms of using it without a tele-but, the 'quirks' of a Tele and its design are addressed in technique pointers-cool.
Roth's exercises teach great fundamental licks ( 'cowboy chords' in the first three frets) to slick stuff (up and down the neck like the 'gods'), combined with technique-something that makes a player feel like they have accomplished something right away and which is usable in playing with others. Simple exercises often have a slightly different finger technique to work on.
Guaranteed to help you find the groove, and to help you to grasp more sophisticated techniques. This book can take a player outside of whatever box or rut he/she may be in. It offers fun, and yet can be a great exercise in precision as well. Much of the exercise 'stuff' you have heard,...now try to play it,....now try to play it perfectly.....
Offers a window into the Kingdom of Tele, and perhaps genres outside your world, or, a more in depth glimpse.
This is one of the best and most easily digestable books I have ever found. Period. A beginner will be able to use it-you must have the CD's that accompany it, and use them side by side.
Drawbacks: the previous reviewers have noted that the book's binding and CD tracks are a bit less than perfect. These are valid observations-nothing that is a problem-IMHO-use it, by the time it falls apart you will be a better player-and for the ...retentive-have it three hole punched or whatever-to its credit the cds are each stored in a divided plastic sleeve desinged to protect each of the CDs from paper scratches. The CD index is in the book, (and only in the book) and up to 4 exercises are in each track-I found this to be a minor issue. I can find each exercise with minimal hassle.
Roth's Tele insight is great for the novice-a breadth with moderate depth-an overall roadmap to Teledom. The comments about the text not having the best 'sparkle' are well taken, but it is more of a technique book than a history. I found the insights into players and other areas great because they were short. For its retail price it could have more color photos and be more "ergonomic" in layout, etc. as observed.
As a guitar geek regarding Les Pauls, thier history, construction, and specs, this is not Tele techno minutia-there are other sources-and-this can be a blessing to the non-geek.
Would buy it again and will probably give several copies to my guitar playing friends and family-it is a formula for success for all but the totally unmotivated player. I wish this had been out when I started playing, its an entire 'goody box' to add to your guitar "bag of tricks".
Delan
You'll work your fingers to the bone learning this stuff!! Great book -- rock, country, blues, etc. For intermediate to advanced levels.
lolike
Very good book and lessons.
Nalmergas
Very amazing piece of work with a wealth of information. Blues Rock Country.
Kaim
Arlen Roth is the quintessential Tele player, he gives a well rounded introduction to the magic that is the Fender Telecaster.
A great book!
Kardana
I'm a big fan of all of Arlen Roth's Hot Licks products! Telecaster not required. But you can never have too many guitars.
Arcanefist
It's an odd thing that a certain way of playing has evolved for one model of electric guitar, but with the Fender Telecaster, one absolutely has. Broken down to its fundamental bits, the Telecaster is 95% the same as its fancy sister, the Stratocaster (in the most brutal analysis, functionally a Stratocaster is just a Telecaster with some extra woodwork and a couple more gizmos on the front), but, while the style and approach to playing a Stratocaster is interchangeable enough with that of most other electric guitars, you can't just pick up a Telecaster and play it the same way. To get the best out of a Telecaster you almost have to re-learn the guitar. This is not just a case of tone or sound - it's actual execution.
If you want to do that, then this is the book for you. Arlen Roth is one of the best known Tele session men in the business, and while he's no Byron or Keats, the explanations are simple enough to follow, and the exercises (there are hundreds of them so do not fret (har har) that you'll run out any time soon) are great mix - some challenging, some easy, but most importantly all authentic sounding. You don't need to get far into this book to be learning useful stuff which will expand your tonal palette for good.
For some reason, Telecaster playing has developed in a different direction to "normal" guitar playing, and dipping into this book gives you another direction to explore. It does require your own application of course - more application than I can easily be bothered mustering, so I think this book will be dipped into every now and then rather than worn out cover to cover. That's a criticism of me, not the book, of course.
Nitpicks: the CD track numbering doesn't match the exercise numbers. This seems to me to be an elementary mistake, and it means that tracking down the CD part for, say, Exercise 104 (Elvis's Mystery Train - practically the first thing I did when I opened the package from Amazon) - is hard. Also the book won't (without massacring the spine) stay open when you try to play along with an exercise.
The book also includes a brief history of the Telecaster and a few photos, but neither the photos (included mostly to show off Roth's collection, I suspect) nor the history are really much chop and I certainly wouldn't recommend the book for these alone. It's a fairly cheaply produced and printed edition, but the value of the advice in it alone justifies the price.