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The Guitar Book Volume 1

The Guitar Book Volume 1

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What makes The Guitar Book: Volume 1 different?

More often than not, traditional chord ÒdictionariesÓ go for quantity over quality. You know the onesÑthey gleefully proclaim to have Òover 2,500 chords inside!Ó The problem is, many of these chord shapes sound awful, are too difficult to play, or both.

Enter The Guitar Book: Volume 1!

Covering nearly 100 pages , Volume 1 contains an abundance of easy-to-play chord shapes.

Inside this book, you will find:

  • 150+ Arpeggios
  • 100+ Open Chords
  • 100+ Movable Chords
  • Major Chords
  • Minor Chords
  • Dominant Chords
  • Diminished Chords
  • Augmented Chords

Chock-full of useful information, including hundreds of common, practical, and great-sounding guitar chords and arpeggios, Volume 1 can help you quickly learn all of the chords and arpeggios you need to know on guitar.

Plus! Get FREE access to instant audio downloads from TroyÕs website, troynelsonmusic.com.

All of the material is presented in easy-to-understand fretboard diagrams and guitar tab, making learning fast and fun!

Author Troy Nelson has been playing guitar for 30+ years and has a passion for helping others learn to love the guitar as much as he does.

From the author of the 15-year bestseller Guitar Aerobics (Hal Leonard), Troy Nelson once again brings his easy-to-follow guitar-teaching style to this helpful guitar resource handbook.

Also available: The Guitar Book: Volume 2 Ð The Ultimate Resource for Discovering New Guitar Scales, Exercises, and Licks!

About Troy Nelson: Troy Nelson is the former Editor-in-Chief of top guitar magazines Guitar One (sister publication of Guitar World) and Guitar Edge. After earning degrees in Music and Education, Nelson launched his music editing career at Hal Leonard, the world's largest print music publisher, and then launched his own publishing company, Troy Nelson Music, which is home to 50+ guitar-related titles.

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