I apologize in advance for a vague post of little to no interest to anyone, but I’m going nuts trying to remember and find this book.
It was a guitar book of Grateful Dead songs. The problem is, I can’t remember what it was called or who it was by. It was light blue, in a ring-binder type format, and was by an anonymous fan.
I’ve already checked amazon, ebay, and deadnet.
If you don’t know this book by the terrible description I’ve given here, maybe you could suggest a good alternative.
The reasons I liked the book I’m looking for:
Each song had a listing of all of the chords used in it, with a fretboard diagram of what that chord looks like
As you get more advanced, or comfortable with the song, you could start messing with the actual notes rather than just the chord progessions, but it wasn’t necessary for it to sound good
The chords seemed to remain true to the actual original music. I’ve looked at some books where the writer has clearly gone to another key, or substituted simplified chords- and they just don’t sound as good.
I’m pretty much a dabbler nowadays- so I can’t handle straight-up sheet music, I need the diagrams as crutches.
Thanks in advance!