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Duo Melis – by Guy Traviss
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21st West Dean International Guitar Festival 2012
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This book speaks to the brand new musician, the seasoned player who has never bothered to read music and the pro who could use some problem solving methods. Generously illustrated with examples, this soft cover book is clear and practical throughout.
This book is an Encyclopedia of chords in non-standard tunings. You will find 1,340 chords in 56 tunings. The tunings range from the common to the unusual, covering nearly every style of music. Many of the tunings are close to standard, like the common 'drop-D' and Chet Atkins' A9 tuning, where only one string is altered from the standard. But t...
In these three audio lessons, Duck Baker, Stefan Grossman, and John Renbourn teach six Celtic fingerstyle guitar solos. The three compact discs offer three full hours of note-by-note, phrase-by-phrase instruction, and all of the arrangements appear in the book in notation and tablature. Lesson One, by Duck Baker, teaches 'Planxty Irwin' in Drop ...
All three new editions in the ever-popular series are presented here in one easy-to-use book. Based on popular songs by Oasis, The Beatles, Eric Clapton and others, you can start playing right from the very first lesson. Includes pullout chord chart and accompanying CD demonstrating all featured tracks.
An anthology of classical works that span the last five hundred years, all arranged for the solo guitar. Don't be fooled by the title of this book the solos can be played on acoustic/classical guitar as well as they are all solo fingerstyle arrangements. All pieces are self-accompanied full solos, provided in both standard notation and Tab, with...
The idea here is to help coordinate the pickers so you all have solos to play and they can be played in the same key. What a concept - a "Band in the Book". Within these pages you will find solos for the entire band: lead guitar, rhythm guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and bass. The mandolin and fiddle share the same tunings so their solos are ju...
Titles are: 'Castles Made of Sand', 'Fire', 'Foxey Lady', 'Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)', 'Little Wing', 'Manic Depression', 'Purple Haze', 'Third Stone From The Sun', 'Voodoo Child (Slight Return)', 'The Wind Cries Mary'. For use with all Bb, Eb and C instruments, the Jazz Play-Along Series is the ultimate learning tool for all j...
Julian Bream's masterly arrangement of a Schubert quartet for 2 guitars as recorded by Bream and John Williams.