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The Guitar Grimoire: Chords and Voicings

The Guitar Grimoire: Chords and Voicings
Carl Fischer

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SKU AM1951
Author Adam Kadmon
Format Book
Duration 220 pages
Dimensions 225mm x 300mm
Publisher Carl Fischer
Departments General Guitar
 
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Every chord of every key and mode is presented With thousands of diagrams and charts. Includes polychords, chord substitutions, inversions and moveable voicing's. This indispensable volume belongs in every guitarist's library.

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