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5-Minute Guitar Jams: Jam Tracks for Rock & Blues Guitar (Book + Online Bonus) - cover

5-Minute Guitar Jams: Jam Tracks for Rock & Blues Guitar (Book + Online Bonus)

Luke Zecchin

Publisher: GuitarIQ.com

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Summary

LEARNING THAT FEELS LIKE PLAYING 
Bored playing guitar alone? Jam with the band that fits in your pocket! Many guitar players experience a lack of direction and motivation in their practice. This is often because the way we practice is disconnected from how we use the guitar in real-world situations. After all, practicing is never the end goal—playing music is. 
5-Minute Guitar Jams provides key insights for improving your playing skills in a way that's engaging and effective. This handbook features an album of premium jam tracks drawing on influences from rock, pop, blues, and folk. It outlines key ideas for working with these songs and highlights numerous patterns for improvisation and building technique. This guide offers a fresh perspective for those looking to hone their improvisation skills and command of the fretboard! 
ONLINE BONUS: This book is complete with free online bonus material. It comes bundled with a companion website to enhance your learning experience. Extras include audio examples, backing tracks, bonus downloads, and more. 
Join thousands of students worldwide! Like easy-to-follow lessons, pro playing tips, and jam-packed value? You'll love learning from this international bestselling instructor. 
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