As a guitar improvising instruction book, Scott Reeds GETTING INTO GUITAR IMPROVISING is clearly written and enjoyable learning. 103 pages of valuable learning is found within this book.
A play-along CD comes with the book. Guitarists will find this useful and interesting. The CD contains 42 examples.
There is much covered in this book. Such chapters as "Understanding the Modes" "Arpeggios or Chord Tones" "Incorporating Modes into Blues and Rock Improvising" Minor Blues" "Superimposing" "Mixing Keys" "Combining Elements" "Mode-Arpeggio Guide" "Scale-Chord Relationships" are among the many sections covered.
The beginning guitarist as well as the advanced guitarist will find this an educational learning experience. For the guitarist wanting to learn or further develop guitar improvising skills this is the one!' it is something guitarists will enjoy experimenting with.'