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Learn To Play Guitar Complete (Bk/Dvd)

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Alfreds Max
Catalog # 25786

Price: $24.99

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Learn To Play Guitar Complete (Bk/Dvd) For Guitar. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 25786, UPC: 038081279480)

See it * Hear it * Play it! A DVD is included with every book in Alfred's MAX[ T] series, offering maximum instruction at a minimum price. Now you won't just hear the music, you'll also see how it's done-making it very easy to learn to play. Learn to Play Guitar Complete combines Levels 1 and 2, and the book and DVD work together for lessons you can see and hear. You'll start with the bas ics like holding the guitar, reading music and playing chords, then move on to specific techniques for several guitar-playing styles and genres. Styles cove red include blues, rock, jazz, classical, and folk, and you'll hear every exam ple performed by a live guitarist. This is an excellent way to get started pla ying guitar and advance to an intermediate skill level! 152 pages.
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