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Blues Guitar Improvisation
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Blues Guitar Improvisation

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Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Publisher Amsco Publications
Series Fast Forward
Catalog # 14011082

Price: $15.95

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Product Description

Blues Guitar Improvisation For Guitar Folio. Published by Amsco Publications. (Catalog # 14011082, UPC: 752187953265)

This exciting series of instrumental instruction books includes complete music plus easy-to-follow instructions, tips and advice. The accompanying CDs allow you to listen and play along to the matching audio tracks. These user-friendly book/CD packs provide riffs, licks, chords & tricks you can learn now, and easily incorporate into your own playing style! With this 87-track CD and book, you can learn to play and improvise like a real pro. You start at the beginning, going through the blues scale and the traditional blues chord sequence, then you move on to some essential techniques: fretboard chord shapes, arpeggios, slides, double-stops, string bends, hammer-ons, pull-offs and more. All exercises are demonstrated on the CD at both full speed and a slower practice speed, so in no time at all you will be creating your own solos in the style of such great blues legends as Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Five complete solos are included in easy-to-follow tab: Eric's Dominoes · One for Stevie Ray · Robben's Bag · The Ali Shuffle · The Iceman Cometh.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALI SHUFFLE,THE  
ERICS DOMINOES  
ICEMAN COMETH,THE  
ONE FOR STEVIE RAY  
ROBBENS BAG  

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