Nothing wrong with surfing through books. Once you've been playing and studying for a while, study materials become repetitive (and with a lot of thickening useless drivel to begin with). In fact, skimming is precisely the right way of reading music books -- reading through superficially looking for interesting stuff and then only working on that stuff. Study books (not only musical ones, of course) are not novels that require a careful cover-to-cover reading. There's a moment in life where you should start reading less and playing (and thinking) more.schattnik wrote:my tendency to surf through musical materials without going into anything in depth.
I have those.Ericka_Lima wrote:i think Metodo Henrique Pinto - Iniciação ao Violão Vol I and vol 2 it's a good book for guitar beginers.
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