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How To Play Blues Guitar The Basics & B
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How To Play Blues Guitar The Basics & B

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Arranger Richard Johnston
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Guitar Player Musician's
Catalog # 00330950

Price: $16.95

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How To Play Blues Guitar The Basics & B Arranged by Richard Johnston. For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00330950, UPC: 073999664508)

Packed with musical examples, charts and photos, this is a complete, step-by-s tep course for learning acoustic or electric blues guitar. In-depth lessons te ach you to build your own style while exploring the music of traditional blues men and modern stars. From practicing your scales and turn-arounds to breaking out Chicago-style, this book from the former editor of Guitar Player brings y ou: essential lessons on blues basics; insights into the music of masters like B.B. King, Eric Clapton, John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker, Albert Collins, Budd y Guy and many others; advice on selecting gear and setting up your guitar; a great blues discography; and even free access to audio lessons on the web!
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