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Fingerstyle Complete Edition (W/2 Mp3s)

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Manzi/Gunod/Eckels
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 36612

Price: $29.99

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Fingerstyle Complete Edition (W/2 Mp3s) Composed by Manzi/Gunod/Eckels. For Guitar. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 36612, UPC: 038081405063)

If you've been inspired to start playing fingerstyle guitar or you are an expe rienced player wanting to enhance your knowledge, this book is perfect for you . This well-paced, comprehensive method covers everything, from basic to advan ced techniques and styles. Beginning concepts include basic chord theory, mode s, drop-D tuning, alternating bass, and more. The intermediate player will lea rn alternate tunings, modes, fingerpicking patterns, barre chords, diatonic ha rmony, special techniques, bass lines, arranging, and styles ranging from Celt ic to contemporary new age. The book concludes with advanced techniques includ ing the free-stroke, rest-stroke, shifting, tremolo, planting, left-hand tappi ng, right-hand tapping, drumming, and the scrape. All music is shown in standa rd notation and TAB,

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