The Ultimate resource for learning How to Play Reggae Guitar
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I recommend using Guitar Tricks for learning all other styles of guitar like Blues, Rock, country, jazz. They have excellent instructors and professional video lessons. Plus, they have a free 14 day trial, so check it out!
If you are interested in learning about all the different styles of Jamaican music including Mento, Calypso, Ska,, Reggae, & Dub, then I would recommend this book. Alfred music books are really good, and I use them when I teach kids guitar and piano at the YMCA.
I purchased this book while I was playing rhythm guitar for my college jazz ensemble and it proved to be very useful. Its good for learning how to read music, chord charts, and learning classic jazz standards.
Great book for learning how to read music for guitar, scale positions, and chord charts. It’s taken my playing to the next level, and I continue to use it during practice.
Good for jammin on some solos’s or practicing your rhythm playing!
This is a good beginner to intermediate level “How to Play Reggae & Funk” instruction DVD by the Andy Aledort at GuitarWorld Magazine.
A behind the scenes look at how the album Catch a Fire was made. It has in depth interviews with Bunny Wailer, Chris Blackwell, & Bob Marley. Includes rare performances of Bob Marley Songs such as “Stir it Up”, “Stop that Train”, and ”Kinky Reggae”.
Reggae Information Websites
Niceup.com Gateway to Reggae Music on the Internet