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Pro Charts For Jazz Guitar

Pro Charts For Jazz Guitar
Hal Leonard

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SKU AM4918
Author Dan Libertino
Format Book/CD
Duration 32 pages
Notation Standard Notation & TAB
Publisher Hal Leonard
Departments Jazz Guitar
 
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Eight jazz classics transcribed as they were played by legends Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Luis Bonfa, Barney Kessel, and Johnny Smith. This book also includes a CD with two tracks for each song: one at a practice tempo and one at performance speed.

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