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I Used To Play Guitar (Bk/Cd)

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Jody Fisher
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Adults Returning To Gtr
Catalog # 22683

Price: $20.99

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I Used To Play Guitar (Bk/Cd) Composed by Jody Fisher. For Guitar. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 22683, UPC: 038081229171)

If you once played guitar and have always wanted to pick it up again, this is the book for you. Jody Fisher's friendly, step-by-step method will reintroduce you to concepts and techniques you used to know and take you further down the road of guitar proficiency. Part 1 will reacquaint you with the guitar itself and how to take care of it. All the basic chord forms and strumming patterns are covered in Part 2, including barre chords and other moveable chords. Part 3 will remind you how to read standard music notation in an easy, fun-to-use w ay. Part 4 will remind you of all the ideas and tricks for improvising that yo u once knew and give you the tools you need to rise to a new level. By the tim e you finish this book, you'll not only be up to your old guitar tricks, you'l l be better than eve

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