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- Interactive Guitar Workshop
Interactive Guitar Workshop will guide you through the basics and aid progressive learning. Master rhythms, riffs and solos to play like Bob Marley, Carlos Santana or Eric Clapton. Video clip features mean that you can watch footage of different songs being played on the guitar, to provide a visual learning tool to build success. With this fun and effective workshop you can simultaneously view the guitars fingering scores.
- Guitar Tutor – reference CD
This is the indispensable tool for every guitar enthusiast! Guitar Tutor enables you to discover all the limitless harmonic possibilities that can be achieved with your guitar. This reference CD includes an easy-to-use complete database, with various display features (fingering, staves, tablatures and chord diagrams).
- Interactive Bass Guitar Workshop
Equivalent to a two year bass playing course, Interactive Bass Guitar Workshop can be practiced without any previous music theory knowledge. Learn all you need to know about your bass instrument, discover how to hold your bass guitar, find out what tablatures are and what a rhythm is. Then take on the exciting 25 exercises at your own pace to develop on newly learnt theory. This uniquely dedicated bass guitar workshop also allows you to focus on difficult areas of playing, and seek help and advice at any point.
|Product Description||Interactive Guitar Workshop - box pack|
|Product Type||Box pack|
|Category||Education application - music / music history|
|Licence Qty||1 user|
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