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The 50 Greatest Guitar Books

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The 50 Greatest Guitar Books

The 50 Greatest Guitar Books has recently been written by guitarist and author Shawn Persinger.

50 Greatest Guitar BooksShawn has also written for Taylor Guitars Wood & Steel magazine, has contributed to Guitar Player and Frets, and has one book published by Hal Leonard.

The 50 Greatest Guitar Books is both a reference and tutorial book. You’ll find insightful commentaries and more than 100 individually tailored guitar lessons – in all styles – that will provide beginner, intermediate, and advanced players with a lifetime of knowledge, insight, and inspiration.

The 50 Greatest Guitar Books is part guitar instruction, part music appreciation, and part literary criticism. Persinger delivers as much practical musical content as he does analysis and educated insight.

Includes contributions from legendary guitarists and educators:
Rik Emmett, Henry Kaiser, Steve Kaufman, Wolf Marshall, Tim Sparks, and many more.

Featuring More than 100 Stylized Guitar Lessons Chord Voicings, Arpeggios, Two-Handed Tapping, Fingerpicking, Slide Guitar, Walking Bass Lines, Improvisation, and much more.

Featuring All Styles Blues, Classical, Funk, Metal, Rock, Jazz, World, Ragtime, Flamenco, Bluegrass, Gypsy Jazz, Pop, Latin, Fingerpicking, Country, Fusion, and more. Includes Free mp3 Downloads.

Please visit http://greatestguitarbooks.com/ for more information.

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