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Teach Yourself Bluegrass Guitar

Barenberg Teach Yourself Bluegrass Guitar

Learn to play authentic bluegrass with clear instructions from a professional. Discover useful techniques, solos, backup and plenty of bluegrass songs. Includes a CD.

  • £13.95
Guitar Chords

Bay, W Guitar Chords

The Mel Bay Guitar Chords book is considered to be the largest selling basic guitar chord book ever published! Twelve basic guitar chord types are shown in three ways: photograph, notation, and chord diagram. In addition, a special bonus section is contained showing in photo and diagram the essential moveable rhythm guitar chord forms. This special section contains the basics of Mel Bay's acclaimed Rhythm Chord Playing System showing the guitarist how to finger numerous advanced chord forms with a minimum of hand movement!

  • £8.99
Absolute Beginners Guitar

Dick, A Absolute Beginners Guitar

Step by step pictures take you from first day exercises to playing along with a backing track. Absolute Beginners has been designed to tell you everything you need to know from the very first time you pick up your guitar. CD included.

  • £8.95
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Bruce, D You Can Teach Yourself Country Guitar

This is a step-at-a-time, enjoyable method for learning to play great sounding country guitar. Dix Bruce, in his humorous yet musically "right on" teaching style, introduces you to country back-up, bass runs, Carter-style bluegrass picking, the Nashville Numbering System for indicating chord changes, use of the capo, transposition, and much more. Work at your own pace and learn to sound like the country greats! Written in notation and tablature. Cd Included.

  • £16.99
Accompanying Irish Music on Guitar

Kilkelly, F Accompanying Irish Music on Guitar

This book and its companion recording give an insight into some of the many guitar styles that have been developed to accompany Irish music. The author assumes a basic understanding of guitar chords and strumming ability but no specific knowledge of Irish music. He delves into DADGAD, dropped D and double dropped D tunings and several different ways of playing in each tuning.

  • £10.95
Guitar Case Chord Book

Pickow, P Guitar Case Chord Book

This book groups chords in a new way that makes looking up and learning new chords easier. The chords are grouped by family, so the chords you are likely to find together in any one piece are next to each other in the book. You can understand how they are related at a glance. Chord diagrams also indicate the position of the root and the third. Includes both moveable and non-moveable chords.

  • £4.95
Guitar Method for Kids

Hal Leonard Guitar for Kids

Guitar for Kids is a fun, easy course that teaches children to play guitar faster than ever before. Popular songs such as “Yellow Submarine,” “Hokey Pokey,” “I'm a Believer,” “Surfin' U.S.A.,” “This Land Is Your Land” and “Hound Dog” keep students motivated, and the clean, simple page layouts ensure their attention remains focused on one concept at a time.

  • £14.95

Joe Carr Getting Into Bluegrass Guitar Book/Online Audio

The purpose of this book is to present the essential elements of flatpicking guitar. Particular attention is given to correct pick direction which is a crucial element of smooth flatpicking. The first part of the book covers basic rythm and chords and the second section deals with beginning lead flatpicking

  • £15.99
Lap Steel Guitar

Jay Leach First Lessons Lap Steel Guitar

First Lessons Lap Steel is a fun and easy approach to learning the lap steel guitar. Author Jay Leach explains the basics of the instrument including bar control, picking, and string groups, with fun exercises to play. This book also includes several catchy tunes and an accompanying CD with play-along tracks.

  • £7.99

Mel Bay Understanding DADGAD for Fingerstyle Guitar Book/Online Audio

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Understanding DADGAD is a complete introduction to using the DADGAD tuning for fingerstyle acoustic guitar. The book systematically explores the tuning, starting with simple chords and scale patterns, ultimately showing how DADGAD can be used to play in nearly any key and in many different musical styles. Topics include moveable and open-string chords and scales, intervals, the harp-effect, common chord progressions in DADGAD and more, all in the context of either short musical examples or complete tunes.

  • £20.99
Left Hand Guitar Chord Book

Mel Bay Left Hand Guitar Chord Book

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The Mel Bay Left-Hand Guitar Chord Book contains chord forms for all of the most commonly used chords. Chords include major, minor, altered 7ths, diminished, augmented and many more. All forms are shown in picture and diagram form for the left-handed guitarist.

  • £4.99

Rubin, D & Scharfglass, M Left-Hand Guitar Chord Casebook

Whether you play rock, blues, jazz, country or any other style of guitar music, the correct chord information is contained within. By keeping this handy chord guide in your gig bag you will always have the chord form you need. Special edition for left-handed guitarists.

  • £5.50
DADGAD

Schell, F DADGAD - Chords, Scales and Tuning

This book offers a large number of essential chords and scales for the DADGAD tuning of the guitar. The material assembled here opens up a multitude of possibilities to expand and improve your playing in this unique tuning. Chords are shown in their customary harmonic contexts.

  • £8.99

Tipbook Tipbook: Acoustic Guitar - The Complete Guide

An owner's guide for acoustic guitarists at all levels, this book features numerous tips on auditioning and buying an Acoustic Guitar, choosing new strings, maintenance and tuning, and much more. Also included are chapters on the instrument's family, history, and production, as well as an index, a glossary, the unique Interactive Tipcodes, and a complete set of chord diagrams.

  • £12.95

Tipbook Tipbook:Electric Guitar and Bass Guitar - The Complete Guide

This owner's guide for electric guitarists and bassists features numerous tips on auditioning and buying a (Bass) Guitar, choosing new strings, maintenance and tuning, and other aspects that are unique to an Electric Guitar. This book also includes chapters on the history and the production of these instruments, as well as an index, a glossary, and the unique Interactive Tipcodes that allow you to hear online audio examples.

  • £12.95

Mel Bay Anthology of Pedal Steel Guitar

This book definitely falls into the category of one of those books no pedal steel player should be without! Written by Pedal Steel Hall of Fame member, DeWitt Scott, this fine text teaches the styles and techniques of playing contemporary pedal steel guitar. In addition, solos are presented by many of todays greatest steel guitar artists such as Buddy Emmons, Lloyd Green, Mike Smith, Nils Tuxen, Weldon Myrick, Paul Franklin, Jerry Byrd, DeWitt Scott and Doug Jernigan. In notation and tablature.

  • £24.99

Andrew, Lee 'Drew' First Jams Dobro

The First Jam series was created to give children and beginners of all ages a book of simple, common tunes to learn. These are standard “Jam” tunes in the Bluegrass/Old Time music styles. All the books in this series are written in the same keys; they can all be played together without any problems. So get your friends or family who play guitar, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, dulcimer or Dobro together, grab these books and start jamming

  • £12.99

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