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Hal Leonard Guitar Method (Video/Bk)
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Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Videos

Price: $14.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #00320159

UPC code: 073999201598

The world-famous Hal Leonard Guitar Method has taught millions of people to pl ay. Now learning will be even easier, thanks to this great new method video! D esigned for anyone just learning to play electric or acoustic guitar, it cover s: tuning up and parts of the guitar, reading both standard notation and tabla ture, playing chords, strumming and picking, improvising basic rock solos and lots more, with helpful on-screen music, guitar diagrams, and hand-position cl ose-ups. Viewers will learn to play the songs: Let It Be * Wild Thing * and Tw ist and Shout, as well as the famous intro riffs to: Smoke on the Water * Day Tripper * and Sunshine of Your Love. Corresponds with books and supplements in the Hal Leonard Guitar Method. 55 minutes.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DAY TRIPPER  
HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN  
LET IT BE  
ODE TO JOY  
SMOKE ON THE WATER  
SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE  
SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE,THE  
TWIST AND SHOUT  
WILD THING  
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