Series: Guitar Educational
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Chris Hunt

From tips on performing with a band to improving your tone to copping the essential techniques of the blues greats and beyond, this book is chock full of pointers to help everyone from the beginning student to the seasoned pro. Here, you'll learn how to: play with the band - become a strong rhythm player - use the full range of the guitar's natural tone - find the right kind of pickup - and much more. You'll also learn a multitude of techniques, licks and riffs. The CD includes demonstration tracks. 44 pages

Price: €13,50

MATTHEWS DAVE BAND Guitar Legendary Licks 1994-2001 CD TABLATURE Ants Marching-The Best of What's Around-Crash into Me-Crush-Don't Drink the Water-I Did It-Satellite-So Much to Say-Stay (Wasting Time)-Too Much - What Would You Say.


MATTHEWS DAVE BAND Guitar Legendary Licks 1994-2001. CD TABLATURE

Dave Matthews Band Guitar Legendary Licks 1994-2001
Series: Guitar Educational
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: Dave Matthews Band
Author: Lois Dilivio

The Legendary Licks series presents the music of a band or artist in a comprehensive play-along package. Each book contains note-for-note transcriptions and detailed performance notes on how to play with a multitude of classic licks, fills, riffs, and solos – complete with recorded demonstrations on CD. Slowed-down versions are also onthe CD for the fast and tricky passages. This pack teaches 12 of DMB's best: Ants Marching - The Best of What's Around - Crash into Me - Crush - Don't Drink the Water - I Did It - Satellite - So Much to Say - Stay (Wasting Time) - Too Much - What Would You Say.

Inventory #HL 02500374
ISBN: 9781575604497
UPC: 073999185140
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
64 pages

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Ants Marching
The Best Of What's Around
Crash Into Me
Don't Drink The Water
I Did It
So Much To Say
The Space Between
Stay (Wasting Time)
Too Much
What Would You Say


The 12 singles represented here reveal the depth and breadth of the Dave Matthews Band's ideas and sounds from Under the Table and Dreaming to Everyday. From the philosophical "The Best of What' Around," to the pop perfection of "Too Much," to the soulful "Stay (Wasting Time)," straight on into the plugged-in and stripped-down "I Did It," the Dave Matthews Band has proved time and again the true nature and level of their artistty, as well as their personal drive to express themselves via whatever means necessary.
Dave Matthews Band has collectively walked a career path very different from many of its contemporaries.
Dave himself was born in South Africa in 1967 and grew up in not just that part of the world, but in England and Westchester, New York, as well. While the family was residing in Westchester, Dave's father John, a physicist, died; his mother Val moved the family back to South Africa not long after. Dave continued to reside there until he was called to serve in the army of the Apartheid government. Rather than join this army, he returned to the States, passing through New York before finally joining his family in Virginia.
After spending some time in a community college, Dave found himself working as a bartender at Miller's, a bar in Charlottesville. He had played some piano as a child, and had begun to play the guitar at about age nine. He was inspired by the musicians he heard and met in the community-Peter Griesar, Carter Beauford, Stefan Lessard, LeRoi Moore, and Boyd Tinsley. He also met guitar whiz Tim Reynolds, who would become a virtual "sixth" band member, contributing heavily to the first four albums as well as eventually touring with Dave as a duo. Dave wrote several songs, and with the encouragement and guidance of friends, he cut a demo with five of the local musical heavyweights. These musicians "clicked" from day one.
It soon became clear that the combination of Dave on vocals and guitar, Carter Beauford on drums, Stefan Lessard on bass, LeRoi Moore on sax, and Boyd Tinsley on violin was formidable-the Dave Matthews Band juggernaut had started to roll. The band made it dear that they allowed and even welcomed the bootlegging of their shows. In return, their fans rewarded them with devotion. At the time they were about to release their independently produced Remember Two Things in ovember of 1993, the band's reputation had grown so great that they essentially had their pick of major label deals. They signed with RCA.
The 1994 release Under the Table and Dreaming entered the Billboard charts at #34, went to #11 on the Billboard 200, and received a Grammy nomination for "What Would You Say." Two years later, Crash debuted atfr'2 and received Grammy nominations for the album itself and for the songs "So Much to ay."
"Crash into Me," and 'Too Much." Steve Lillywhite was the producer of these two releases plus the next- Before These Crowded Streets-which shipped at #1 on the Billboard charts.
In January of 2000, the band assembled to record. In June, three months behind schedule, the band and the record company listened to the material and agreed that they needed to rework their efforts. To paraphrase Dave, they were songs about dying, not songs about living. regardless of the fact that we're all going to die. Dave was subsequently introduced to Glen Ballard who had interned with Quincy Jone and produced for Alanis Morrissette, No Doubt, and Aerosmith, among many others. Dave and Glen holed themselves up for ten days and wrote the 12 new songs that became Everyday. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts, selling more than 700,000 copies in its first week of release.
Jot content to confine their activities to the musical area, the Dave Matthews Band established the Barna Works Foundation, an institution through which the band contributes to charities such as the American Diabetes Association, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the Southern Environmental Law Center. And various Charlottesville-area clinics and community centers.

Dave Matthews Band 1994-2001

The Legendary Licks series presents the music of a band or artist in a comprehensive play-along package. Each book contains note-for-note transcriptions and detailed performance notes on how- to playa multitude of classic licks. fills. riffs. And solos-complete with recorded demonstrations. Slowed-down versions are also on the CD for the fast and tricky passages.



Price: €20,99







In this comprehensive collection, the essential songs of a decade. 30 great hits from the fifties, all transcribed note-for-note for guitar, with full lyrics.

The Decade Series
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Various

Table of contents :
About More of the 1950s
(The Decade Series for Guitar). By Various. Guitar Recorded Version. Guitar tablature. 144 pages.

30 top songs of the '50s, including: Blue Suede Shoes - Bye Bye Love - Don't Be Cruel - Hard Headed Woman - Jailhouse Rock - La Bamba - Peggy Sue - Rawhide - Say Man - See You Later, Alligator - That'll Be the Day - Yakety Yak , and more.




Believe What You Say - RICKY NELSON - 1958

A Big Hunk 0' Love - ELVIS PRESLEY - 1959

Blue Suede Shoes - CARL PERKINS - 1956
Bluejean Bop - GENE VINCENT - 1956
Bye Bye Love - THE EVERLY BROTHERS - 1957
Chinatown, My Chinatown - CHET ATKINS - 1952
Don't Be Cruel (To a Heart That's True) - ELVIS PRESLEY - 1956
Foggy Mountain Special - FLATT & SCRUGGS - 1954
Forty Miles of Bad Road - DUANE EDDY - 1959
Hard Headed Woman - ELVIS PRESLEY - 1958
Honest I Do - JIMMY REED - 1957
I Need You So Bad - B.B. KING - 1957
I'm Stickin' With You - JIMMY BOWEN - 1957
Jailhouse Rock - ELVIS PRESLEY - 1957
La Bamba - RITCHIE VALENS - 1959
Party Doll - BUDDY KNOX - 1957
Peggy Sue - BUDDY HOLLY - 1957
Ramrod - DUANE EDDY - 1958
Raunchy - BILL JUSTIS - 1957
Rawhide - LINK WRAY - 1958
Ready Teddy - LITTLE RICHARD - 1956
Red River Rock - JOHNNY & THE HURRICANES - 1959
Say Man - BO DIDDLEY - 1959
See You Later, Alligator - BILL HALEY & HIS COMETS - 1956
Singing the Blues - GUY MITCHELL - 1956
Sixteen Tons - TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD - 1955
That'll Be the Day - BUDDY HOLLY - 1957
Train Kept a-Rollin' - JOHNNY BURNETTE - 1956
Twenty Flight Rock - EDDIE COCHRAN - 1958
Yakety Yak - THE COASTERS - 1958
Guitar Notation Legend
Price: €26,99



Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB
Artist: Dixie Dregs
Artist: Steve Morse Band


I always consider the beginning of a new year a good time to think about what has worked well and what could stand some improvement. Since I've spent most of the last year seeing the world with Deep Purple, my perspective is definitely different now. Let me tell you some of the things that stick out as great foundations for new motivation. I'll put them in two categories. Things To Improve. Practicing habits. While I generally can find enough time in noisy environments to do some technical warmup and things that don't require too much concentration, I have found that my only truly quiet time is late after the gig in my hotel room. I should find a way to set aside more quiet time during the day to be with my guitar. My theory is that two small but effective sessions a day can be more productive than one longer single session. Sometimes when I'm having a problem getting ready to start a run of dates, I find that practicing twice a day provides more benefit than the total number of minutes spent might suggest. A more balanced diet. I definitely ate too much pizza in too many countries. But, on the other hand, it was the only thing I could recognize in many places. I should be more amazed at life itself instead of having to experience a nearly perfect gig to feel uplifted on the road. Many people within the group had friends or family fall ill or even die during the course of the last year. Since it eventually happens to everyone, I guess all of us get somewhat dulled to the fact that just being alive is miraculous. And often, the more you see someone and the more time you spend with them, the more you take them for granted. Sleep. I really must figure out how to get sleep like a normal person. Changing time zones as often as tempos from song to song just flips out my internal clock. On the other hand, I should look at the positive side of being a very light sleeper-I could be a great guard dog. I must remember what a reasonably priced nation the U.S. is. Everywhere else I go constantly reminds me of that fact. I will try hard to remember that this year, as I quickly adjust back to normal outrage at the prices of things today. Amazingly, the things that are available in the U.S. that come from abroad are almost always less expensive here. Our social interaction. Many other countries seem to have safe streets, where residents enjoy community events with no fear of walking or riding bikes in any part of their cities. It's up to us to say enough is enough. Writing a sentence about it won't change much, but what if everyone just suddenly knew that it didn't have to keep on getting worse? Someone once told me that we get what we settle for. Hmmrn .... Things That Were Cool. Getting to talk to my five-year-old son every day. He is at an age where he can entertain me on the phone with his unique views on the way things are. My favorite time was when he asked me to hold on while he got something to eat. I thought he was just going to grab something and come right back to the phone. But since I was paying the Moscow rate of eight dollars a minute from the hotel because of some problem with my carrier, of course he just forgot to return to the phone. After holding for ten minutes then trying back until they hung up the phone, he then requested that I make up another story to tell him. Well, I never will get tired of doing that. I have been surrounded by great, supportive people in the group. I will never again underestimate the importance of good chemistry between people. Two nights ago I had a terribly frustrating technical problem all through the show and I was not handling it very well, especially at first. Everyone was surprisingly helpful in getting me past the point of ruining the show for myself. Instead of getting upset at me for showing some frustration, vocalist Ian Gillan came over and said that he's really glad that I have that much passion for what I am doing. That made all the difference in the world. One minute life sucks, the next I'm feeling thankful. Everyone knew exactly what I was going through and naturally chose to help up one of their wounded. That's good chemistry, and I still don't know if it's luck or destiny or effort that makes it happen, but I'm glad it does. There's also plenty of stories like that from every group I've worked with. When I was a kid wanting to start a band, that was the main reason I was drawn to it. You know, the total really is greater than the sum of its parts. Foreign exchange. If you ever went to a club gig of the Dregs or my band, you could almost always talk to me afterwards. It's kind of normal to be somewhat accessible when you're playing clubs, especially if you're in a band that's doing multiple sets. I got into the habit of greeting those who stuck around after the show because of a guitarist who spent some time talking to me when I was a kid at one of my first shows. In the process of this last year, I've met and learned about a lot of people from many places, backgrounds, and professions. It has been some of the most valuable education in my whole life. Good will. I've met busloads of Croatians traveling a long way to see the show, and other hard-working people in nearly every country who travel great distances to be a part of it. People everywhere have brought gifts, good wishes, enthusiasm, and energy to those large places that our fearless crew has seen every day at setup time. I've seen opening bands bust their butts to get on and off stage on time after driving all night. I've seen people plan their vacations around the tour because they love the energy of live music. Yeah, again and again, I always have to agree that music can strike pretty deep.

13 rockin' guitar transcriptions of Steve's playing in Dixie Dregs and the Steve Morse Band. Plus a bio and notes from Steve Morse. 112 pages

Country Colors
Cruise Control
Flat Baroque
General Lee
Highland Wedding
Ice Cakes
Point Counterpoint
Punk Sandwich
Refried Funky Chicken
Road Expense
Southern Steel
Take It Off The Top
Twiggs Approved

Price: €20,99

PRS GUITAR BOOK 3RD EDITION THE, A Complete History of Paul Reed Smith Guitars. Dave Burrluck

THE PRS GUITAR BOOK 3RD EDITION, A Complete History of Paul Reed Smith Guitars. D. Burrluck, 174 pagine.

Series: Guitar Reference
Publisher: Backbeat Books
Medium: Softcover
Author: Dave Burrluck

The PRS Guitar Book details every facet of the wonderful electric guitars made by PRS, the Maryland-based company founded in 1985 by musician and guitar builder Paul Reed Smith. The paperback edition is updated to include all the latest information on the acclaimed Singlecut models, as well as the intriguing story of the Santana SE – the company's first venture into overseas manufacture. An inviting narrative describes the evolution of this internationally renowned guitar maker, while dynamic color photography spotlights outstanding PRS guitars such as the Signature, signed by Smith; the Dragon, sporting opulent shell inlays; the Swamp Ash Special and Rosewood Limited, using non-standard materials; and ultra-rare models from limited and custom runs. Other featured guitars include the latest acoustic-electrics, and the Santana models that celebrate the partnership between PRS guitars and their best-known player, Carlos Santana. A special section highlights the company's famed use of highly patterned maple woods, displaying the most stunning "flame-top" and "quilt-top" examples. This definitive book also provides an absorbing photo-essay on the making of a PRS guitar, plus specifications for identifying and dating PRS instruments.

"The PRS Guitar Book is a must-have for any collector, PRS owner, or anyone who appreciates PRS guitars." Guitar Digest

"Masterful ... tons of gorgeous, full-color photos." Guitar Player

"This hefty volume of brilliantly colorful guitars made by Paul Reed Smith exemplifies the best and the brightest... " Dirty Linen

"A fitting tribute to a company which has, in a short time, come to symbolize a quality alternative to the 'big two' American electric guitar manufacturers." Vintage Guitar
174 pages

Price: €37,00



Composer: Astor Piazzolla

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992) was the foremost composer and ambassador of tango music, who carried the signature sound of Argentina to clubs and concert halls around the world. This folio gathers 35 of his finest and arranges them for violin and guitar duets. Includes bio. 80 pages
Titles include:

Adios nonino
Buenos Aires Hora Cero
Dernier lamento
Fievre (Fiebre de Tango)
Imagines 676
La Calle 92
La fin del mundo
Las Furias
Llueve Sobre Broadway
Los Poseidos
Made In USA
Mi Exaltacion
Misteriosa Vida
Nuevo Mundo
Recuerdo New York
Romantico Idilio (Sans ta presence)
Se Termino (C'est fini)
Tango choc (Doudou)
Te quiero tango
Todo Fue
Yo canto un tango

Price: €24,99


POP/ROCK GUITAR PLAY-ALONG Vol. 12. 867-5309/Jenny -Every Breath You Take -Money for Nothing -Rebel, Rebel -Run to You -Ticket to Ride -Wonderful Tonight -You Give Love a Bad Name. CD TAB.

Series: Guitar Play-Along
Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: Various

The Guitar Play-Along Series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily! Just follow the tab, listen to the CD to hear how the guitar should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks. The melody and lyrics are also included in the book in case you want to sing, or to simply help you follow along. The audio CD is playable on any CD player. For PC and Mac computer users, the CD is enhanced so you can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing pitch!

This volume includes 8 songs:

867-5309/Jenny -TOMMY TUTONE
Every Breath You Take -THE POLICE
Money For Nothing -DIRE STRAITS
Rebel, Rebel -DAVID BOWIE
Ticket To Ride -THE BEATLES
Wonderful Tonight -ERIC CLAPTON
You Give Love A Bad Name -BON JOVI

48 pages.

Price: €14,95



Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Various

Make your hair tall and asymmetrical, don your skinny leather tie, and play these 30 hot hits from the '80s! Includes notes and tab, 192 pages

Time After Time performed by Cyndi Lauper
Whip It performed by Devo
One Thing Leads To Another performed by Fixx
Back On The Chain Gang performed by Pretenders
Alone performed by Heart
Heart And Soul performed by Huey Lewis
Your Love performed by Outfield
Hold Me Now performed by Thompson Twins
Our Lips Are Sealed performed by Go-Go's
Bang A Gong (Get It On) performed by Power Station
Centerfold performed by J. Geils Band
Don't Stand So Close To Me performed by Police
867-5309/Jenny performed by Tommy Tutone
Eye Of The Tiger performed by Survivor
Footloose performed by Kenny Loggins
The Heat Is On performed by Glenn Frey
Heaven Is A Place On Earth performed by Belinda Carlisle
I Love Rock 'N Roll performed by Joan Jett
In A Big Country performed by Big Country
Jack And Diane performed by John Cougar
Love Is A Battlefield performed by Pat Benatar
Love Shack performed by B-52's
Maniac performed by Michael Sembello
Owner Of A Lonely Heart performed by Yes
She Drives Me Crazy performed by Fine Young Cannibals
Voices Carry performed by Til Tuesday
Walk Of Life performed by Dire Straits
Walking On Sunshine performed by Katrina & The Waves
What I Like About You performed by Romantics
Working For The Weekend performed by Loverboy

Price: €26,99

THE VERY BEST OF FINGERSTYLE GUITAR-25 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar in Tablature-CD TABLATURE

THE VERY BEST OF FINGERSTYLE GUITAR, 25 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar in Tablature. CD TAB.

25 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar in Standard Notation and Tablature
Series: Guitar Solo
Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Various Composers

An essential collection for all fingerstyle guitarists, this book contains 25 songs in a variety of musical styles. The CD includes complete demonstration performances of all the songs!
72 pages

Ain't Misbehavin'
Auld Lang Syne
Ave Maria
Canon In D
The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
The First Noel
The Girl From Ipanema (Garôta De Ipanema)
In My Life
Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
Liberty Bell March
My Funny Valentine
My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme From 'Titanic')
Ode To Joy
Pomp And Circumstance
Satin Doll
Silver Bells
Tears In Heaven
Unchained Melody

Price: €25,99

THE ULTIMATE BANJO SONGBOOK, 26 Favorites Arranged for 5-String Banjo. 2CD TABLATURE

THE ULTIMATE BANJO SONGBOOK, 26 Favorites Arranged for 5-String Banjo. 2CD TAB.

Various Composers. A great collection of banjo classics, including: Alabama Jubilee -Bye Bye Love -Duelin' Banjos -The Entertainer -Foggy Mountain Breakdown -Great Balls of Fire - Lady of Spain -Rawhide -(Ghost) Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) -Rocky Top -San Antonio Rose -Tennessee Waltz - UFO-TOFU -You Are My Sunshine, and more. 148 pages.

Series: Banjo
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Janet Davis
148 pages.

(Ghost) Riders In The Sky (A Cowboy Legend)
Alabama Jubilee
Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Bugle Call Rag
Bye Bye Love
Duelin' Banjos
Faded Love
Farewell Blues
Fireball Mail
Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Gold Rush
Great Balls Of Fire
How Great Thou Art
Lady Of Spain
Limehouse Blues
Orange Blossom Special
Red Wing
Rocky Top
San Antonio Rose
Tennessee Waltz
The Entertainer
Wheel Hoss
You Are My Sunshine

Price: €25,99
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