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Rock Guitar for Beginners
Joe Bouchard

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Item# : RBE095 Bk & CD: $ 17.45

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This book takes the beginning guitarist from the basics of buying their first guitar through the basic fundamentals of rock guitar techniques and rock lead guitar playing. It is written in a step-by-step manner that allows you to advance at your own pace. Tablature, photos, diagrams and drawings make new concepts or techniques easy to understand. Written by a former member of the legendary rock band Blue Oyster Cult, this is the beginner?s chance to study with the best. The CD demonstrates every example and provides play-along opportunities.

This is an Enhanced CD which offers two methods of supplementing the accompanying book.

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Audio CD - You may listen and play along with this same CD using any standard audio CD Player. The stereo recording will allow you to hear each piece exactly as it should be played,with or without an instrumental accompaniment.

Media Song Player - Using the CD in a windows compatable PC allows you to play along with the same songs as the audio CD with several additional features. Using the Multimedia Song Player you may:

1) Follow along with the music on the screen.

2) Adjust the tempo of the accompaniment using the tempo slider.
Slow the play back down as you are learning each song and
gradually increase the speed until you reach the performance tempo.

3) See how each piece is played. The Multimedia song Player shows you graphically how each song should be played on your instrument.

4) Mix the volumes of the lead part, the accompaniment, the rhythm and the click track separately to to customize the accompainment to your liking.

5) Record your performance! By plugging your electric instrument or a
microphone into your sound card to listen and critique your progress.