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Bluegrass Guitar

Bluegrass Guitar
Music Minus One

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SKU AM4272
Author Various
Format Book/CD
Duration 22 pages
Notation Standard Notation & TAB
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Music Minus One
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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This album is designed to help musicians develop basic bluegrass techniques, based on the styles of groups such as Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, Flatt and Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys, and the Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys. The guitar solos on the CD are written out note-for-note in easy-to-follow tablature notation in the booklet enclosed with the album.

Includes a high-quality printed solo part and a compact disc containing a complete performance in split-channel stereo: by removing the soloist on the right channel, you can play the solo part yourself along with the accompaniment.

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