Intermediate Guitar For Those With No Talent
By Rick Wilson
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Published: Nov. 21, 2011
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Unless you already know how to read chord diagrams and tablature, I urge you to study the Beginners Guitar For Those With No Talent. The second book in this series takes up where Beginners Guitar For Those With No Talent left off. You will learn the sharps and flats of each key,power chords, and the boogie beat, which is popular in many styles of music. Tips on training your ear are also given.
I trust you have mastered the Beginner series of this Guitar Lesson book. If not, I urge you to study it first, as this book assumes you know how to read chord diagrams and tablature. In the first of this series, you learned the major keys and the chords that go with each one. In this book, you will learn the sharps and flats of each key. You will also be shown what is referred to as power chords. These are used often in rock music. The shuffle, or boogie style of playing is also taught. You will be given some simple examples to help you in your ear training.
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