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Berklee Blues Guitar Songbook
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Berklee Blues Guitar Songbook

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Williams, Michael
Publisher Berklee Press Publications

Price: $24.99

Catalog #50449593

UPC code: 884088363208

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Play ten blues classics in the style of the masters! These transcriptions and annotations show you how the world's greatest blues guitarists created their unique, inspired solos and rhythm parts. Veteran blues guitarist and educator Michael Williams reveals the techniques and nuances behind the notes that give each solo and artist their personal character and sound. By studying these solos by the blues masters, including four complete classic instrumentals and rhythm parts with turnarounds and fills around the vocals, you'll be able reuse their techniques for your own performances. Songs: Okie Dokie Stomp • The Last Time (I Get Burned like This) • Frosty • The Woman I Love • San Ho Zay • The Sad Night Owl • Worried Life Blues • I Need You So Bad • Wait on Time • Papa Ain't Salty.

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