Incorrect letters, words, punctuation, etc (for deletion) are marked
Additional and/or replacement letters, words, punctuation, etc are shown in red thus
First paragraph (in bold), end of last sentence:
… they can do you some damage (especially to your eyes).Page 182
Right column, line 5:
consistent ( you don’t
… [remove space between bracket and you] … consistent (you don’t
Grey heading, top of right column:
Filter / Tone/ Contour
[remove spaces between words and slashes] Filter/Tone/Contour
Bottom paragraph, lines 1, 2 and 3:
Because all guitars
and amplifiers are different it is very hard for me to be any more exact about what setting you should set your amp to
. Different guitars will likely need very different settings and so you have to use your ears. It is important
experiment and play about …Page 184
missing from D string fret 3.
missing from B string fret 6.
incorrectly shown on B string fret 7 (as pointed out by El Kev in reply # 1 above).
missing from D string fret 10.
missing from G string fret 10.Page 185
Open Em chord shows
with capo at fret 10, this should be Dm
That’s all I’ve found on my first “once over” of the book. Most of the points are very minor but I thought it would be best to mention every single thing that “jumped out” at me. Please forgive me if you think I’ve overdone the nit-picking… but I just can’t help being a detail freak.
It’s a brilliant book and I’m now going back to the beginning to start learning properly.