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Easy Soloing For Acoustic Guitar (Bk/Cd)
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Easy Soloing For Acoustic Guitar (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Mazer, Susan
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $16.95

Catalog #28249

UPC code: 038081308159

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

For many musicians, soloing is the most enjoyable part of playing music. Ther e?s no other feeling quite like spontaneously improvising music that is all yo ur own. But for many people, soloing can be intimidating. Which notes do I p lay? How do I come up with new ideas? What if I make a mistake? Easy Soloi ng for Acoustic Guitar will help you overcome these doubts. You?ll learn easy methods to approach soloing with confidence, which can be applied to thousand s of songs in many different styles of music. Instead of learning a lot of te chnical music theory, you?ll learn practical guidelines you can use in real li fe. This book is designed for beginners who are already comfortable with the basics, such as tuning the guitar, strumming chords, and picking single notes. The book features

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