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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Mann, Woody
Publisher Music Sales Corp
Series Art Of Acoustic Blues Gui

Price: $24.95

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Catalog #14002197

UPC code: 752187650980

The ability to improvise and create variations within a song is the essence of the guitar work of the great traditional acoustic blues guitarists such as Bl ind Blake, Robert Johnson, Big Bill Broonzy, Rev. Gary Davis, and Blind Lemon Jefferson. By exploring the ways that chords, melodies, and rhythms work, Wood y Mann presents practical and simple ways to create variations in your playing . Woody teaches a new approach to seeing the fretboard and techniques for brea king down chord blocks into smaller pieces and connecting them throughout the fretboard. As he teaches the repertoire of the masters of acoustic blues, he d emonstrates how melodies and harmonies can be derived from simple, movable cho rd shapes. This book is a method for relating the entire fretboard to the basi c first position cho

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