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The Guitar - The Definitive Reference By Terry Burrows

The Guitar - The Definitive Reference
by Terry Burrows

Tracing the history and anatomy of this popular instrument, 'The guitar' examines the ancestry of the first examples during the 15ht century, right up to the numerous and varied models of today. It also includes a section profiling some of the most notable guitarists of all time.
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The Guitar is the ultimate guide for players, collectors or fans of the guitar. The Guitar traces the history and anatomy of this popular instrument from its earliest pre-Christian ancestry through the first guitars of the 15th century, Torres and the birth of the modern classical guitar, right up to the most recent solid-body electrics and their associated amplification - so crucial to the contemporary guitarist. The book also includes a section profiling the world's greatest performers and self-contained lessons where new ideas are clearly presented using jargon-free text, and are reinforced by easy-to-follow exercises of increasing complexity. Finally, a major feature of The Guitar is its chord dictionary, which features over 400 different chord shapes.

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Sku
GOR001959093
Title
The Guitar - The Definitive Reference
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Hardback
Publisher
Carlton Books Ltd
Year published
Number of pages
256
ISBN 10
1844426920
ISBN 13
9781844426928
Prizes
N/A
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