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LEARN TO PLAY THE GUITAR - Learn guitar the easy way, without EVER having to read notes!
My name is Kim Groff. I'm a guitar instructor with 35+ years experience
in playing the guitar.
I strongly believe that most everybody has an innate sense for music - and
that is my passion - to encourage individuals to learn to play the guitar with
my very simplified method.
My book utilizes a simple numerical system without confusing notation and
tablature. This book is COMPLETE and even offers more advanced techniques
at the end of the book.
My unique method will easily guide you through the 8 lessons, without the usual
technical jargon that so many other books, DVD's, etc., impose on you. In fact,
you'll be playing a song with the very first lesson!
Large, easy to read print through out - all letter chord names are in bold type.
Easy to read, over-size chord diagrams show the thickness of the strings so you
can form the chords faster. After the 8 lessons, an easy numerical system will
teach you the plucks and strums of each song - 29 songs total!
This 76 page book is fully illustrated with all the essential photos, pictures,
and diagrams, for you to acquire all the skills necessary for playing the guitar.
Also, includes a pull-out chord chart for your convenience when playing each
To learn more please visit my website at: AnybodyCanPlayGuitar.com
Swing Is Here - $ 11.98
The hot, more up-tempo followup, featuring Peter Appleyard, Jay Leonhart, Nancy Marano, Butch Miles, Ken Peplowski, Bucky Pizzarelli, Randy Sandke, and Frank Wess.
Holly Cole - $ 11.98
Holly Cole is back and sitting in the front row of jazz vocal talent in 2008. Her self-titled new album, her first in more than four years, represents an artistic watershed in this unique vocalist’s career. Featuring several arrangements by pianist Gil Goldstein, these eleven songs create a wicked and wise, film noir atmosphere, deepened by Holly’s interpretive authority and a swinging, muscular, pure jazz foundation. She’s superbly supported by a crew of A-list session musicians, on tunes by Mancini, Berlin, Porter, Jobim, and Holly herself.