Guitar World: 20 Essential Rhythm Guitar Styles - DVD
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| UPC # 038081454139
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In Guitar World: 20 Essential Rhythm Guitar Styles, master the art of playing rhythm guitar with this complete tutorial. You'll learn all the techniques used by guitarists in rock, country, metal, blues, folk, reggae, and many other styles of music. Through 20 lessons that build upon each other, this lick pack will teach you how to play basic barre chords, open chord embellishments, "pumping" power chords, chord arpeggiation, eighth and sixteenth note syncopations, rhythmically driving "boom-chick" strumming patterns, the all purpose passing chord and much more.
Series: Guitar World
Category: Guitar DVD
Level: Beginner / Intermediate
ISBN 10: 0739093959
ISBN 13: 9780739093955
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