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Teach Yourself To Play Guitar Blues Song
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Teach Yourself To Play Guitar Blues Song

Voicing/Format Software
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 27822

Price: $29.95

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Product Description

Teach Yourself To Play Guitar Blues Song For Software. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 27822, UPC: 038081305141)

Teach Yourself to Play Guitar is the fastest and easiest way to learn your fav orite songs. With this exciting and fun format, you?ll learn all the chords, riffs, and guitar patterns for your favorite hit songs right away. For beginn ers of all ages, this program features over 100 minutes of high-quality, full- motion video instruction with eight hit blues songs from blockbuster artists. The program is perfect for acoustic and electric guitars and features digital audio-based files, not unrealistic MIDI sounds. File tempos can be adjusted without changing the pitch, and the interactive guitar tuner with indications makes tuning easy. A free ChordXpress LE program is also included! Titles: Al l Your Love (Otis Rush) * Crossfire (Stevie Ray Vaughan) * Crossroads (Eric Cl apton) * Lie to Me (

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
All Your Love  
Crossfire  
Crossroads  
Lie to Me  
One Way Out  
Pride And Joy  
Stormy Monday  
Thrill Is Gone  

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