Guitar Chord Bible by Phil Capone

Guitar Chord Bible

byPhil Capone

Kobo ebook | August 26, 2009

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Over 500 illustrated chords are covered for Rock, Blues, Soul, Country, Jazz and Classical music. This compact dictionary is designed to fit in your bag and is completed with fingering diagrams for each chord and photographs showing how each one is played. Over 360,000 copies sold worldwide.

This compact dictionary of over 500 popular chords in their most common voicings feature clare photographs and easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions. The spiral binding allows you to lay the book flat for easy reference while playing. Fingering diagrams for each chord are clearly indicated on a fretboard, and tips on technique are given together with relevant chord sequences.

Whether your musical style favors rock, pop, blues, soul, jazz, funk, counry, or classical, this handy take-anywhere volume puts the techniques for making great guitar music at your fingertips, and sets you on the road to becoming a true chordmaster. 
Title:Guitar Chord BibleFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 26, 2009Publisher:Book Sales, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1610583612

ISBN - 13:9781610583619

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from No better on the market In starting to learn chords a while ago, I tried out a whole bunch of chord books, but found them all frustrating to use. Then I happened across this book in Indigo and realized I had found what I was looking for. The chords are perfectly shown, both diagramatically and photographically. They are well organized in easy to distinguish coloured sections. The introductory text for each chord gives excellent background information about the chord and when you are likely to use it. I liked the book so much I bought one for my guitar instructor. He now uses it in all his classes.
Date published: 2009-03-20