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Total Guitar Workout: Exercises for Speed Strength & Stamina (Book + Online Bonus) - cover

Total Guitar Workout: Exercises for Speed Strength & Stamina (Book + Online Bonus)

Luke Zecchin

Publisher: GuitarIQ.com

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YOUR STEP-BY-STEP, NO-NONSENSE GUIDE TO RESULTS 
Would you play an entire baseball game just to practice batting? Of course not! Practice is about isolating specific skills that need work. Yet on guitar we get stuck doing the same old stuff, with no real plan, and wonder why we're not improving. The issue isn't finding things to try—there are thousands of exercises out there! The problem is making sense of it all. Where to start? What to focus on? And how to know what works? 
Total Guitar Workout is the complete, start-to-finish workout system for guitar! This book demystifies the key mechanics in building stamina, coordination, dexterity, and speed. These exercises are bite-sized, easy to understand, and perfect for all skill levels. Beyond building good habits long-term, you'll achieve results in just a few pages. Want an exercise book that works? Discover the skill-builders you'll wish you'd found years ago! 
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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