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The Guitar Chord Composer

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00332897

Price: $16.95

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The Guitar Chord Composer For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00332897, UPC: 9781598698152)

Whether you want to rock out like Jimmy Page or wail the blues like B.B. King, The Guitar Chord Composer makes playing the guitar as easy as humming the ABCs. This mix-and-match instructional guide puts amped-up composing power in your hands. Each split page has a chord illustration for major, minor, dominant, diminished, and suspended chords and lets you piece them together to come up with an original score. With 490 individual chords, you have thousands of possible combinations! Complete with useful information on reading chord patterns, advice on transitions, and varying degrees of chord difficulty, this book is perfect whether you're a novice or advanced guitarist. It will provide you with hours and hours of flipping, strumming, and composing fun!
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