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Teach Yourself Guitar Tone and Effects
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Teach Yourself Guitar Tone and Effects

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Hurwitz/Fiks/Clement
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $19.99

Catalog #39392

UPC code: 038081441603

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This book & CD package features clear instruction on how to achieve the tones and effects of your favorite guitarists including an in-depth breakdown of eff ects pedals and processors, sample licks (in the style of Tom Morello, Joe Sat riani, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Michael Angelo Batio, and others), ways to create u nusual sounds, ways to replicate sounds of other instruments, home studio basi cs, plus it covers the various types of guitars, amps, speakers, and cabinets. The included CD demonstrates all of the examples and sounds. Upon completion of this book, you?ll be able to attain virtually any tone you?re looking for ( whether playing live or recording in a studio), simulate the sounds of famous guitarists past and present, and create a variety of special effects that wil l blow your audience

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