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Self-Teaching Basic Guitar Course CD/Dvd
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Self-Teaching Basic Guitar Course CD/Dvd

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Desc Ck/Cd/Dvd
Composer Manus/Manus
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 37526

Price: $19.99

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Self-Teaching Basic Guitar Course CD/Dvd Composed by Manus/Manus. For Guitar. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 37526, UPC: 038081421537)

Over the past 45 years, more guitar teachers have used Alfred's Basic Guitar Course than any other course---over three million copies sold, in fact. Now, for the first time, this best-selling course has been adapted for young adults who want to teach themselves. Using the same music and fundamentals included in the latest edition of Alfred's Basic Guitar Course, easy and user-friendly Study Guide pages have been added to introduce the music in this new edition. The Study Guide pages are almost like having a guitar teacher sitting beside you as you learn the skills needed to perform popular and familiar music. A CD is also included so you can hear how the music sounds. The DVD gives you the added advantage of video demonstrations of every lesson. These three features assure that you will soon be playing the guitar like you have always wanted. The special pleasures only music can bring will be yours to enjoy for a lifetime.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Annie's Song Denver,John  
Take Me Home Country Roads Danoff,Bill;Denver  

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