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Blues Guitar Complete Edition (W/2 Mp3)
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Manzi, Lou
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series National Guitar Workshop

Price: $29.99

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Catalog #36422

UPC code: 038081403342

Anyone interested in learning to play acoustic blues guitar can pick up this b ook and get started right away. This well-paced, comprehensive method covers e verything, from basic to advanced techniques and styles. Beginning concepts in clude basic blues theory, left-hand technique, call-and-response phrasing, int ros, turnarounds, and improvisation. For the intermediate player, the book tak es a quick look at 12-bar, 16-bar, and 9-bar blues progressions before explori ng scale- and arpeggio-based blues soloing, jazz blues, and open tunings. The book concludes with advanced techniques including an in-depth look at fingerst yle blues (with lots of pieces in standard, open and alternate tunings), slide guitar technique, pentatonic and blues scale theory and application, modal th eory, jazz blues, wa

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