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GUITARIST'S GUITARISTS. TABLATURE

Note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 16 searing songs from the gods of guitar! Includes an introduction by John Stix, founding Editor-in-Chief of Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine. 160 pages.

JOH STIX
Founding Editor-in Chief, Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine
It was May 1983, during the earliest days of Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine. Rock guitar tablature
was about to be joined with a magazine for the first time, and I had developed a mantra for selecting the songs.
The mantra, "It's the song, not the solo," was to remind me that great solos became classic because they
hitched a ride on great songs. We still marvel at the guitar parts and solos to songs like "Hotel California,"
"Stairway to Heaven," "All Along the Watchtower," "Black Magic Woman," and "Reeling in the Years" because
the songs still live as radio classics.
You and I know that the guitar parts and solos to these songs weren't just icing. The fact is, without them there
was no cake. They were vital ingredients for taste, texture, and form. The singer delivered the message, but in
these and in so many other cases, so did the guitarist. Has Jeff Beck ever been less a vocalist than the guy
standing in front of the microphone? Where would Ozzy be without Tony, Randy, or Zakk? How about Roth
without Van Halen or Vai, Plant without Page, Tyler without Perry, and B.B. without Lucille?
Now that we've established "the rule," let's forget it. We're all guitar players here. Let's just admit that we get
giddy because sometimes great guitar playing is just a joy to behold and we can have a blast getting off on
Allan Holdsworth's chops on full thrust or Steve Vai's double-jointed what-the-hell-was-that approach to just
playing the instrument. Let's admit that Jimmy Page's solo on "Since I've Been Loving You" is the best part
of that song.
So that's what this folio is about-the joy of guitar playing. That's the rush of gunning a hotrod down the
straightaway, taking the corners as fast as you can, or playing tooooomanynotes because it feels right. It's not
about complementing or supporting the singer or the song. It's about rocking out; it's about the solo; it's about
the guitar is king-and these are some of the players whom we have crowned at one time or another. It's about
guitarists getting high from great guitar playing.
So who have we got here? We've got the chops busters. There is no woodshed I know of that can turn out
superheroes combining the powers of the Hulk and the Flash. Yet no one hits you as hard and as fast as
players like Allan Holdsworth, Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson, Steve Morse, and Steve Vai. How lucky can we get?
The combined imagination, strength, and agility of all these players is harnessed for the good of one segment
of mankind-other guitarists! Yeah, yeah; of course anybody can enjoy it, but we "get it" first.
We also have the melodic guys-they drive their Ferrari's mostly in 2nd and 3rd gear. We're talking about
restrained muscle, cool phrasing, good tone, and a lot of flair. It's a cry, not a yell. Sometimes it's a yell. So
here we've got everybody's favorite, Jeff Beck; the king of classy guitar playing, Larry Carlton; the man who
makes you know what he's feeling, Santana; phrasing and tone masters Blues Saraceno, Marc Bonilla, and
Steve Lukather; and blues maestro Stevie Ray Vaughan.
How-did-he-do-that playing can also be heard on the acoustic guitar. Naked and raw, flat-picked, or fingered,
the sound of strings on wood can blow you away just as easily as the push from a Marshall stack. Sure, AI Oi
Meola plays intricate melodic parts, but he also plays that fast because he can. And what about the how-manyfingers-
does-that-guy-have approach from Adrian Legg? He's got some sort of double-jointed, ambidextrous
thing going on, doubles on sax, and gets rid of embarrassing stains on nylon carpet pile!
This is a book full of tunes by guitarists who thrill other guitarists. They play rock, blues, jazz fusion, pop, and
acoustic music. They spend their days supporting the vocals and defining the song. And when they let loose,
these are the guys who make other people want to play the instrument-or maybe put it down. These are the
guys you read about in guitar magazines. They are why there are still guitar magazines today. And why in 1983
we started Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine-so we could explore the trails they laid down for the
rest of us. There had to be more than the mantra, right? So let's agree that a great song will stand the test of
time, but a great guitar part or solo will give you the time of you life. We're guitarists; we can have our cake
and eat it, too.


STEVE VAI -The Attitude Song
ERIC JOHNSON -Cliffs Of Dover
STEVE MORSE -Highland Wedding
AL DI MEOLA -Mediterranean Sundance
LARRY CARLTON -Minute By Minute
ADRIAN LEGG -Mrs. Crowe's Blue Waltz
CARLOS CANTANA -Oye Como Va
ALLAN HOLDSWORTH -Road Games
STEVE LUKATHER -Rosanna
JEFF BECK -She's A Woman
STEVE VAI -Shy Boy
JOE SATRIANI -Summer Song
BLUES SARACENO -The Shakes
STEVE MORSE -Twiggs Approved
STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN -Wall Of Denial
MARC BONILLA -White Noise

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CONTEMPORARY MOVIE SONGS FOR GUITAR FINGERSTYLE Jerry Silverman TABLATURE CHITARRA LIBRO

MOVIE SONGS, CONTEMPORARY MOVIE SONGS FOR GUITAR SOLO FINGERSTYLE ARRANGEMENTS. 24 canzoni per 23 film. Young Guns II-Blaze Of Glory; Pete's Dragon-Candle On The Water; Cocktail-Don't Worry Be Happy; Endless Love-Endless Love; E.T.-Theme From E.T.; Flashdance-What A Feeling; Beaches-The Friendship Theme; Nashville-I'm Easy; Out Of Africa-The Music Of Goodbye; On Golden Pond-On Golden Pond; Ordinary People-Theme; Somewhere In Time-Somewhere In Time; Saturday Night Fever-How Deep Is Your Love; Postcards From The Edge-I'm Still Here; Land Before Time-If We Hold On Together; Dances With Wolves-The John Dunbar Theme; Pretty Woman-King Of Wishful Thinking; Coctail-Kokomo; Same Time Next Year-The Last Time I Felt Like This; An American Tail-Somewhere Out There; Dick Tracy-Sooner Or Later; Sophie's Choice-Theme; Ghost-Unchained Melody; Good Morning Vietnam-What A Wonderful World. TAB.

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FUNK GUITAR Guide Ross Bolton Musicians Institute CD TABLATURE CHITARRA GUIDA ESSENZIALE

FUNK GUITAR, The Essential Guide, Ross Bolton Musicians Institute. CD TAB.

Series: Musicians Institute Press
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Ross Bolton

Go one on one with MI instructor Ross Bolton to get that funk groove with your guitar! This book/CD pack covers: movable 7th, 9th, 13th and sus4 chords; 16th-note scratching; straight vs. swing; slides; single-note "skank" and palm muting; songs and progressions; and more. The CD includes 70 full-band tracks.

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CLASSIC ROCK INSTRUMENTALS Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE LIBRO Sleepwalk-Santo Farina

CLASSIC ROCK INSTRUMENTALS. 30 Songs ove lei è tutto, solamente lei. E' lei che canta, che ritma, è lei che urla, ti parla con dolcezza senza dire verbo, è lei con le sue corde che ti rasserena, e da brio, gioia. Apache -Beck's bolero -Bo's guitar -Dee -(ghost) riders in the sky -guitar boogie shuffle -Hawaii five-0 -hideway -Jessica -misiriou -mumblin' guitar -pipeline -put it where you want it -ramrod -raunchy -rawhide -rebel 'rouser -red river rock -rumble -sabre dance -san-hu-zay -scuttle buttin' -slaughter on tenth Avenue -sleepwalk -tequila -walk don't run -wham -wheels -wipe out. 144 pagine. TABLATURE

 

IT's ONLY NATURAL THAT INSTRUMENTALS WERE HITS AT THE DAWN OF ROCK HISTORY. ROCK WASALWAYS DANCE MUSIC, AND THE MUSICAL STYLES IT DREW UPON - BLUES, R&B, COUNTRY AND SWING - HAD STRONG BEATS AND ENGENDERED DANCEABLE INSTRUMENTALS THEMSELVES. BECAUSE ROCK IS ECLECTIC, MANY INSTRUMENTS CAN TAKE THEIR PLACE IN THE SPOTLIGHT. SAXOPHONE PLAYERS - THOSE HEROES OF JAZZ AND SWING - WERE THE STARS OF MANY EARLY ROCK INSTRUMENTALS ("RAUNCHY" AND "TEQUILA," FOR EXAMPLE). ORGANISTS AND DRUMMERS WERE LEADERS OF SOME COMBOS (IN "RED RIVER ROCK" AND "TOPSY II"). HOWEVER, GUITAR PLAYERS WERE IMPORTANT SOLOISTS IN COUNTRY, BLUES AND R&B, SO IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG FOR ROCK TO CREATE A NEW POP HERO, THE ELECTRIC GUITAR PLAYER.

INTO ROCK CAME GUITAR HEROES FROM AN R&B BACKGROUND, LIKE CHUCK BERRY AND BoDIDDLEY, COUNTRY-INFLUENCED STARS LIKE CARL PERKINS AND DUANE EDDY, AND MAVERICKS WHO BRIDGED THE GAPS BETWEEN STYLES, LIKE LONNIE MACK. THEN AT THE BEGINNING OF THE'60s THERE WAS THE VENTURES, A GUITAR INSTRUMENTAL BAND THAT SPAWNED COUNTLESS GUITAR/BAR BANDS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. A FEW YEARS LATER, DICK DALE, THE BEACH BOYS AND OTHER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GROUPS TURNED THE WHOLE COUNTRY ON TO SURF MUSIC, WHICH, INSTRUMENTALLY, WAS JUST LIKE THE VENTURES: A COMBINATION OF POP INFLUENCES WITH GUITAR IN THE FOREFRONT AND POUNDING DRUMS BEHIND.

SOME OF THE EARLY ROCK INSTRUMENTALS WERE RECORDED BY GROUPS WHO WERE THROWNTOGETHER BY A STUDIO PRO OR PRODUCER ("TEQUILA" AND "RAUNCHY" WERE TWO EXAMPLES). OTHERS WERE THE PRODUCT OF TEEN HIGH SCHOOL BANDS LIKE THE CHANTAYS OR JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES. OTHERS CAME FROM POWERHOUSE INNOVATORS LIKE DUANE EDDY AND LONNIE MACK WHOSE PLAYING WOULD INSPIRE FUTURE GENERATIONS OF GUITARISTS. TOGETHER, THEY ESTABLISHED A ROCK TRADITION, AND THEIR ROCK INSTRUMENTALS STILL APPEAR ON THE CHARTS OVER THREE DECADES LATER.

IT's INTERESTING THAT MANY OF THE CLASSIC INSTRUMENTALS IN THIS COLLECTION CAME NOT FROM HOLLYWOOD OR NEW YORK CITY, BUT FROM TOLEDO, CINCINNATI AND SEATILE ... AND ANYWHERE FOLKS DANCED TO ROCK AND ROLL IN BARS! MANY CLASSIC HITS ("TEQUILA," "WIPE OUT," "HIDEAWAY") WERE THROWAWAYS, B-SIDES RECORDED HASTILY IN ONE OR TWO TAKES, AS BIG A SURPRISE TO THE RECORDING ARTIST AS THEY WERE TO THE PUBLIC-WHICH ONLY PROVES THAT THE PUBLIC LIKES A SIMPLE, UNPRETENTIOUS GROOVE TUNE!

HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS COLLECTION OF CLASSIC ROCK INSTRUMENTALS. THE TRADITION OF ROCK INSTRUMENTALS IS ALIVE AND WELL, AND INCLUDES A WIDE RANGE OF GUITAR STYLES, AS THIS BOOK PROVES. IT ALSO INCLUDES ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE FOR YOU ROCK GUITAR ADDICTS: YOUR MUSICAL EDUCATION IS FAR FROM COMPLETE IF YOU CAN'T PLAY "WIPE OUT," "REBEL 'ROUSER," "WALK DON'T RUN" OR "PIPELINE!"


Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Various

A big collection of 29 songs that have become classics because of their guitar riffs, including:

Apache
Beck's Bolero
Bo's Guitar
Dee
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Hawaii Five-O Theme
Hide Away
Jessica
Misirlou
Mumblin' Guitar
Pipeline
Put It Where You Want It
Ramrod
Raunchy
Rawhide
Rebel 'Rouser
Red River Rock
(Ghost) Riders In The Sky (A Cowboy Legend)
Rumble
Sabre Dance
San-Ho-Zay
Scuttle Buttin'
Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
Sleepwalk
Tequila
Walk Don't Run
Wham
Wheels
Wipe Out

144 pages

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GENUINE ROCKABILLY GUITAR HITS Guitar Recorded Version TABLATURE Rock this town-rock around the clock CHITARRA

GENUINE ROCKABILLY GUITAR HITS. Contiene 24 canzoni: -American music (the Blaster) -believe what you say (Rick Nelson) -bluejean bop (Gene Vincent) -boppin' the blues (Carl Perkins) -boppin' the blues (Rick Nelson) -everybody's tryin to be my baby (Carl Perkins) -good rockin' tonight (Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore) -holly hop (Buddy Holly) -Marie, Marie (The Blaster) -my baby thinks he's a train (Rosanne Cash) -Oh bay babe (Johnny Burnette) -put your cat closes on (Carl Perkins) -rock around the clock (Bill Haley and the comets) -rock billy boogie (Johnny Burnette) -Rock this town (Stray cats) -rockabilly music (Ray Campi) -skinny Jim (Eddie Cochran) -strollin guitar (Eddie Cochran) -summertime blues (Eddie Cochran) -Susie-Q (Dale Hawkins) -tear it up (Johnny Burnette) -train kept a rollin' (Johnny Burnette) -twenty flight rock (Eddie Cochran) -wake up little Susie (the Everly brothers).  TABLTURE

Most of the world first learned about rock and roll in the second half of the '50s when Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly and Carl Perkins had their first hits. The rockabilly guitarists of this period - Scotty Moore, Eddie Cochran, Cliff Gallup, Carl Perkins, Paul Burlison, James Burton, Buddy Holly and the rest - became the idols of '60s, '70s and '80s rockers, and their music will always be the touchstone for rock guitar. You'll find their solos and backup playing transcribed and their style analyzed in the pages that follow. There are also some transcriptions of music from their disciples - contemporary players like Albert Lee, Dave and Phil Alvin of the Blasters, and The Stray Cats. Rockabilly started when white Southern performers began playing electric rhythm and blues. They recorded "covers" of R&B hits, like "Good Rockin' Tonight" (Wynonie Harris' version was the biggest R&B record of '48). They also wrote their own tunes and covered country and bluegrass songs. In all cases, they borrowed the flavor and styles of African-American artists, whose music was unlikely to reach white audiences. Naturally, the rockabilly players brought their country, bluegrass and gospel music roots to R&B. The new music that emerged was ROCK AND ROLL. To Alan Freed and other disc jockeys who promoted it, the formula was clear: get white musicians to play popular '50s race music.

One of the ways rockabilly differed from R&B was that the guitar was more prominent. The early rockabilly band consisted of an upright bass, electric guitar, a singer and a drummer. Rhythm guitar (often acoustic) and piano were optional, horns were rare; some two-guitar bands even lacked a drummer. Nearly all solos were played on electric guitar. The lead guitar borrowed heavily from the single and double-note styles of Chuck Berry and T-Bone Walker, the up-the-neck fingerpicking of Merle Travis, and the more basic fingerpicking blues styles of acoustic blues guitarists like Lightnin' Hopkins and Big Bill Broonzy. A little Les Paul-style jazz added to the brew.

THE TWELVE BAR BLUES. Most of the early rockabilly hits were twelve-bar blues tunes, or were based on that form. In this book, "American Music," "Boppin' The Blues," "Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby," "Holly Hop," "My Baby Thinks He's A Train," "Put Your Cat Clothes On," "Rock Around The Clock," "Oh Baby Babe," "Rock Billy Boogie," "Skinny Jim," "Tear It Up," "Train Kept A-Rollin" and "Twenty Flight Rock" are all twelve-bar blues tunes and five others are only slight variants of the blues format! Here's the twelve-bar form, expressed in terms of I, IV and V chords (tonic, subdominant and dominant) in the key of E. The final bar of this twelve-bar form is often called a "turnaround," because the V chord "turns the progression around" and leads the ear back to a repeat of the whole twelve bars or to an ending. 


Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Various

Over 20 classics, including:

INTRODUCTION

AMERICAN MUSIC (The Blasters - Dave and Phil AlvIn)
BEUEVE WHAT YOU SAY (Rick Nelson - James Burton)
BLUEJEAN BOP (Gene Vincem - Cliff Gallup)
BOPPIN' THE BLUES (Carl Perkins)
BOPPIN' THE BLUES (Rick Nelson - Joe Maphis)
EVERYBODY'S TRYlN' TO BE MY BABY (Cart Perkins)
GOOD ROCKlN' TONIGHT (Elvis Presley - Scotty Moore)
HOLLY HOP (Buddy Holly)
MARIE, MARIE (The Blasters - Dave and Phil AlvIn)
MY BABY THINKS HE'S A TRAIN (Rosanne Cash - Albert Lee)
OH BABY BABE (Johnny Burnette and The Rock and Roll Trio - Paul Burlison)
PUT YOUR CAT CLOTHES ON (Cart Perkins)
ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (Bill Haley and The Cornets - Danny Cedrone)
ROCK BILLY BOOGIE (Johnny Burnette and The Rock and Roll Trio - Paul Burlison)
ROCK THIS TOWN (The Stray Cats - Brian Setzer)
ROCKABILLY MUSIC (Ray Campi - Richard Bennett)
SKINNY JIM (Eddie Cochran)
STROLLIN' GUITAR (Eddie Cochran)
SUMMERTIME BLUES (Eddie Cochran)
SUSIE-Q (Dale Hawkins - James Bunon)
TEAR IT UP (Johnny Burnette and The Rock and Roll Trio - Paul Burlison)
TRAIN KEPT A ROLLIN' (Johnny Burnette and The Rock and Roll Trio - Paul Burlison)
TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK (Eddie Cochran)
WAKE UP, UTTLE SUSIE (The Everty Brothers - Chet Atkins)
NOTATION LEGEND
 
152 pages
 

American Music Performed by The Blasters, Dave and Phil Alvin

Believe What You Say Performed by Rick Nelson, James Burton

Bluejean Bop Performed by Gene Vincent, Cliff Gallup

Boppin' The Blues Performed by Carl Perkins

Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby Performed by Carl Perkins

Good Rockin' Tonight Performed by Elvis Prelsy, Scotty Moore

Holly Hop Performed by Buddy Holly

Marie, Marie Performed by The Blasters, Dave and Phil Alvin

My Baby Thinks He's A Train Performed by Rosanne Cash, Albert Lee

Oh Baby Babe Performed by Johnny Burnette and the Rock and Roll Trio, Paul Burlison

Put Your Cat Clothes On Performed by Carl Perkins

Rock Around The Clock Performed by Bill Haley & the Comets

Rock Billy Boogie Performed by Johnny Burnette and the Rock and Roll Trio, Paul Burlison

Rock This Town Performed by The Stray Cats, Brian Seltzer

Rockabilly Music Performed by Ray Campi, Richard Bennet

Skinny Jim Performed by Eddie Cochran

Strollin' Guitar Performed by Eddie Cochran

Summertime Blues Performed by Eddie Cochran

Susie-Q Performed by Dale Hawkins, James Burton

Tear It Up Performed by Johnny Burnette and the Rock and Roll Trio, Paul Burlison

Train Kept A-Rollin' Performed by Johnny Burnette and the Rock and Roll Trio, Paul Burlison

Twenty Flight Rock Performed by Eddie Cochran

Wake Up Little Susie Performed by The Everly Brothers, Chet Atkins

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BEST OF ROCK'N'ROLL GUITAR-Signature Licks Dave Rubin CD TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA

BEST OF ROCK'N'ROLL GUITAR. Licks. D. Rubin. Blue Suede Shoes -Bo Diddley -Guitar Boogie Shuffle -Hello Mary Lou -Hound Dog -Mystery Train -No Particular Place To Go -Not Fade Away -Oh, Pretty Woman -Race With The Devil -Rebel 'Rouser -Rock Around The Clock -Runaway -Susie-Q -That'll Be The Day -Train Kept A-Rollin' -Wake Up Little Susie. CD TAB.

Series: Signature Licks Guitar
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Dave Rubin

Learn the trademark riffs and solos of rock'n'roll's early guitar pioneers! This book/CD pack provides a step-by-step breakdown of the guitar styles and techniques on 17 songs from the mid-'50s to the pre-Beatles '60s. Includes: Blues Suede Shoes • Bo Diddley • Hello Mary Lou • Hound Dog • Mystery Train • Not Fade Away • Oh, Pretty Woman • Rebel 'Rouser • Runaway • That'll Be the Day • Wake Up Little Susie • more.
HL 00695559
64 pages

Blue Suede Shoes
Bo Diddley
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Hello Mary Lou
Hound Dog
Mystery Train
No Particular Place To Go
Not Fade Away
Oh, Pretty Woman
Race With The Devil
Rebel 'Rouser
Rock Around The Clock
Runaway
Susie-Q
That'll Be The Day
Train Kept A-Rollin'
Wake Up Little Susie

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ROCKABILLY THE BEST OF GUITAR SIGNATURE LICKS CD TABLATURE CHITARRA LIBRO SPARTITI METODO

ROCKABILLY THE BEST OF, LICKS. 12 titoli. CD TAB.

A Step-by-Step Breakdown of the Guitar Styles and Techniques of the Rockabilly Greats
Series: Signature Licks Guitar
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Dave Rubin

Dave Rubin dissects the best licks from a dozen rockabilly bellringers:

Blue Suede Shoes
Bluejean Bop
Hello Mary Lou
Hippy Hippy Shake
Little Sister
Matchbox
Mystery Train
Poor Little Fool
Rock This Town
Stray Cat Strut
That'll Be The Day
Twenty Flight Rock

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ROCK AND ROLL CLASSICS TABLATURE Hound Dog-Louie Louie-Rock around the clock-Twist And Shout-Wooly Bully

ROCK AND ROLL CLASSICS. TABLATURE

EASY GUITAR RECORDED VERSIONS

EASY GUITAR TRANSCRIPTIONS WITH LESSONS

 

Product Description

10 of the best rockin' hits from the early days of rock, including:

* All Shook Up
* Do Wah Diddy Diddy
* Good Lovin'
* Hang on Sloopy
* Hawaii Five-O
* Hound Dog
* Louie Louie
* Rock around the clock
* Twist And Shout
* Wooly Bully 

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ROCKABILLY REBELS TABLATURE Elvis Presley Tryin' to get to you-Jerry Lee Lewis-Carl Perkins guitar

ROCKABILLY REBELS. 25 titoli, con una bella canzone di Elvis Presley, "Tryin' to get to you". Contiene: baby let's play house (Elvis Presley) -belive what you say (R. Nelson) -bird dog (E. Brothers) -cut across shorty (E. Cochran) -danny boy (Conway Twitty) -hambone (C. Perkins) -here comes the weekend (D. Edmunds) -Hey baby (B. Channel) -high school confidential (Jerry Lee Lewis) -hippy, hippy shake (Swinging blue jeans) -honey 'cause I love you (C. Perkins) -I got it (G. Vincent) -I'm gonna set down right down and cry over you (Elvis Presley) -It's late (R. Nelson) -Jennie, Jennie, Jennie (E. Cochran) -lotta lovin' (G. Vincent) -Mary you (R. Hawkins) -midnight specials (J. Rivers) -My Babe (R. Nelson) -poor little fool (R. Nelson) -queen of heart (J. Newton) -shake your hips (Rolling Stones) -six days on the road (D. Dudley) -Tryin' to get to you (Elvis Presley) -wake up little Susie (E. Brothers). TABLATURE

LAST COPY AVAILABLE, BOOK OUT OF PRINT ! 

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ADVANCED GUITAR SOLOING Professional Improvisation Musicians Institute CD CHITARRA METODO

ADVANCED GUITAR SOLOING. Mus. Inst. CD TABLATURE

The Professional Guide to Improvisation
Series: Musicians Institute Press
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Beth Marlis
Composer: Daniel Gilbert

Designed from MI core curriculum programs, this follow-up to the bestselling Musicians Institute title Guitar Soloing offers advanced players a great guide to mastering the art of melodic improvisation. The CD includes 22 tracks for demonstration and play-along, and the instruction covers scales, modes, arpeggios, technique, creativity and visualization exercises, exploring rock, blues, jazz and other styles of music, as well as sequences, phrases and licks. 96 pages.

Questo libro (continuazione di Guitar Soloing) è un passo successivo, una guida avanzata per imparare l'arte dell'improvvisazione melodica. Il CD include 22 dimostrative e play-along. Scale, arpeggi, modi, tecnica, creatività e esercizi di visualizzazione. Rock, blues, jazz e altri stili. Sequenze, frasi e licks. in italiano.

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