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31
Dec
2014
Hans-Gunter Heumann - Easy Piano Solos: 60's Hits

Hans-Gunter Heumann - Easy Piano Solos: 60's Hits Another fantastic addition to this popular German series of the finest pop music through the 2oth Century. This volume contains all the the best from the 60's music, with simple settings by Heumann. Each one's a classic that will take you back to the days of flares and platforms! This is a great book - Invaluable to teachers and students alike. Complete With Chord Symbols and Lyrics. Don't forget to review 70's hits - Hans-Gunter Heumann - Easy Piano Solos: 70's Hits

 
30
Dec
2014
Craig Dobbins - 5-String Banjo Styles For 6-String Guitar

Craig Dobbins - 5-String Banjo Styles For 6-String GuitarThis book/CD set presents six complete songs and 19 licks and patterns (in both standard and open G tuning) in the styles of banjoists Earl Scruggs and Allen Shelton, and guitarists Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed. (Also included is the 3-finger roll tour de force Strike It Rich by 2001Winfield Fingerstyle Guitar Champion Richard Smith.) Written in standard notation and tablature, with fingerings, chord diagrams, and performance notes; a discography is included for further listening.

 
29
Dec
2014
Michael P.Wolfsohn - Great Blues Riffs for Guitar Vol. 1,2

Michael P.Wolfsohn - Great Blues Riffs for Guitar Vol. 1,2Learning how to play the blues is one of the best ways to get started at improvising rock guitar. This book is designed to show you how to play both lead and rhythm styles, and you will also learn many of the riffs of the blues greats. To use this book, all you need is to be able to use a pick, play well enough that you can form a barre A chord at the fifth fret, and read chord diagrams. Everything else is in the book.

 
28
Dec
2014
Eric Paschal - Contemporary Acoustic Guitar

Eric Paschal - Contemporary Acoustic GuitarThis book/CD is designed to show you the essential techniques for acoustic guitar playing. While it serves as an excellent source for the beginning guitarist, it can help players of all levels widen their skills with techniques such as fingerstyle playing, Travis and bluegrass-style picking, alternate and open tunings and new chord sounds.

 
25
Dec
2014
Tony Oppenheim - Slap It! Funk Studies for the Electric Bass

Tony Oppenheim - Slap It! Funk Studies for the Electric BassLearn the coolest, funkiest and most dynamic of Bass guitar techniques with this fantastic book of funk studies. Slap It! is one of the most successful slap and pop methods, and, since its release, has become a must-have for electric bass players wanting to learn more about playing and sight-reading slap bass lines.

 
24
Dec
2014
Gilberto de Syllos - Bateria e Contrabaixo na Musica Popular Brasileira

Gilberto de Syllos - Bateria e Contrabaixo na Musica Popular BrasileiraBased on the authors' experience as musicians and music teachers, the book includes several exercises, music and photos and presents the main rhythms and musical genres popular in the country, indicating the best ways to play them on drums and electric bass.

 
22
Dec
2014
Dave Celentano - Modal Jams & Theory

Dave Celentano - Modal Jams & TheoryNot only will this book show you how to play the modes, it will also show you the theory behind mode construction, how to play any mode in any key, how to play the proper mode over a given chord progression, and how to write chord progressions for each of the seven modes. The accompanying CD includes two rhythm tracks (drums, bass, keyboard and rhythm guitar) and a short solo for each mode so guitarists can practice their solos with a "real" band!

 
21
Dec
2014
Michael Horowitz - Gypsy Picking

Michael Horowitz - Gypsy PickingPlay faster, louder, and with better tone by learning the rest-stroke picking technique used by Django Reinhardt, Stochelo Rosenberg, Bireli Lagrene, and Fapy Lafertin. In this book you'll learn: Proper body and hand positions; The Rest-stroke picking technique; Fifteen picking patterns; Thirty of the most commonly used phrases; A minor blues solo packed with Django's favorite ideas; History of Django Reinhardt and other Gypsy guitarists;

 
19
Dec
2014
Essential Jazz Lines in the Style of John Coltrane

Essential Jazz Lines in the Style of John ColtraneSaxophonist John Coltrane was one of the most innovative, creative, and influential jazz artists of the 20th Century. Both stylistically and harmonically, he opened doors for others to follow. This book will focus on the first period of Coltrane's career, when he was with Miles Davis, and the jazz vocabulary he used. First, to help the student better understand Coltrane's bebop style of improvising, the authors discuss the use of guide tones, bebop scales, three to flat nine, targeting, and other techniques.

 
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