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Easy Solo Guitar Pieces

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Hal Leonard Guitar Method
Catalog # 00110407

Price: $9.99

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Product Description

Easy Solo Guitar Pieces For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00110407, UPC: 884088862879)

The 15 popular songs in this book are arranged in chord-melody style. Each solo combines melody and harmony in one full-sounding arrangement that can be played with a pick or fingers. All of the songs are played in open position and use standard chord shapes. Lyrics are also included. Songs include: Best of My Love · Bridge over Troubled Water · Crazy · Good Vibrations · I Just Called to Say I Love You · In My Life · Just the Way You Are · Lean on Me · My Favorite Things · People Get Ready · The Pink Panther · What a Wonderful World · When You Wish upon a Star · You Are So Beautiful · Your Song.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
•BEST OF MY LOVE  
•BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER  
•CRAZY  
•GOOD VIBRATIONS  
•I JUST CALLED TO SAY I LOVE YOU  
•IN MY LIFE  
•JUST THE WAY YOU ARE  
•LEAN ON ME  
•MY FAVORITE THINGS  
•PEOPLE GET READY  
•THE PINK PANTHER  
•WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD  
•WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR  
•YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL  
•YOUR SONG  

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