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Learn Your Guitar Chords: Chord Charts Symbols and Shapes Explained (Book + Online Bonus) - cover

Learn Your Guitar Chords: Chord Charts Symbols and Shapes Explained (Book + Online Bonus)

Luke Zecchin

Publisher: GuitarIQ.com

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Summary

THE ONLY CHORD BOOK YOU'LL EVER NEED 
Why does the world need another guitar chord dictionary? In short, it doesn't. Chord books are often surprisingly unhelpful in making sense of things. They're valuable for reference and contain a lot of information, but they don't teach you much about applying that information. Simply looking at thousands of diagrams provides little insight into what chords are and how they're used! 
Learn Your Guitar Chords offers a fresh approach to understanding the fundamental patterns in rhythm guitar playing. Beyond outlining a comprehensive chord library, this book delivers a blueprint for simplifying chord theory, decoding chord symbols, and explaining how these concepts apply to the fretboard. This is the definitive guide for any guitar player who's ever felt lost in the maze of symbols and shapes! 
ONLINE BONUS: This book comes complete with online bonus material. We've compiled a companion website to enhance your reading experience. Extras include audio examples, backing tracks, bonus downloads, and more. 
Join thousands of students worldwide! If you like easy-to-follow lessons, pro playing tips, and jam-packed value, then you'll love learning from this international bestselling instructor. 
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