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G.A.L. Books
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mbbransc

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Anyone taken a look at these? How good are they? Curious if they are worth the $45 each.

thx
Brandon

Dec 03, 06 | 1:05 pm
John Mayes

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I'm guessing you mean the big red books (GAL has put out other books too, but I feel they are not nearly as good) the Big red books are AWESOME! HOurs and HOurs of reading and learning. Highly recommended.

Dec 09, 06 | 8:24 pm
mbbransc

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Those would be the books I'm talking about. Is any one particular book more useful for a beginner than the others? I believe there are 4, and at $45 a pop...

BTW, are you the same John Mayes from OLF? With the educational CDs, or DVDs?

thx
Brandon

Dec 11, 06 | 3:14 am
John Mayes

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brandon,

It would be very hard to pick just one. None of them are geared at any skill level as they are a compilation of all the magazines. Start with the newest one and work backwards...or start with the oldest and work forward!

And yes I am that John Mayes, :)

Dec 11, 06 | 4:52 am
Dennis Weatherly

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I have one of the Big Red Books (don't remember which) and it is a very impressive collection of info. What I did was find something I was interested in on the GAL website and then buy the BRB in which that article or topic was featured. In my case it was an acoustic bass guitar article which matched up with plans for the instrument that GAL also had for sale.

Dec 11, 06 | 9:35 am



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