Guitar Picture Chord Encyclopedia - Book
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| Mfg # 34487
| UPC # 038081457857
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With every chord a guitaristcould ever need, you'll never have to buy another reference book again.This comprehensive collection of over 3,100 chords featurescrystal-clear photographs, chord frames, and standard music notation.Chord fingerings are shown along with note names, and chords are listedboth alphabetically and chromatically for easy reference. Chordconstruction, intervals, inversions, altered chords, and music theoryare explained in simple language to give you a complete understanding ofwhat you are playing. This is the only chord encyclopedia you will everneed.
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