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Greg Horne: Beginning Accoustic Guitar (2nd edition)

Beginning Accoustic Guitar (2nd edition). Horne, Greg
 
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Beginning Accoustic Guitar (2nd edition)

Composer

Greg Horne

Instrumentation

Guitar with DVD

Publisher Alfred Publishing
   
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In his friendly, humorous style, Greg Horne makes learning acoustic guitar fun and easy. This revised edition features examples in TAB and standard music notation and a new DVD hosted by guitar virtuoso Jared Meeker. You'll learn how to hold the instrument, play with a pick, count time, read music, and play simple chords. After mastering the basics, you'll be introduced to fingerpicking, barre chords, improvisation, music theory, and a variety of styles including blues, rock, country, and folk. Beginning Acoustic Guitar is a must-have for anyone serious about starting to learn acoustic guitar.

Second Edition Features:

  • Updated examples in the styles of acoustic guitar masters
  • New companion DVD demonstrating the examples in the book
  • Improved instruction on acoustic guitar techniques and theory, covering flatpicking, fingerstyle, and strumming
(ISBN 9781470617790)