First of all, I was very surprised at how quickly it arrived from England - I only ordered it from there as I couldn't find an American source that actually had it in stock. They offered to order it for me but of course that would have taken even longer to get it.
Second, I really like how it is laid out, and for some reason that I cannot define, it's easier for me to use than the Barber book. It's likely not fair to compare them however as Fisher's book covers a great deal more, including arpeggios.
I've read that the Fischer Scale book is better for more advanced players, but frankly, from this returning beginner's (early intermediate?) perspective there is plenty of good material.Tweet
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