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Homespun Classical Themes for Electric Guitar Guitar Tab Book with CD
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This book/CD package contains 25 timeless classical themes from the Renaissance to the Romantic Era and beyond. It includes works by J.S. Bach, Barto...Click To Read More About This Product
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Add a whole new dimension to your playing with these classical pieces.
This book/CD package contains 25 timeless classical themes from the Renaissance to the Romantic Era and beyond. It includes works by J.S. Bach, Bartok, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Dowland, Guiliani, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Purcell, Satie, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky. A bio for each composer is also included and the CD features demo tracks of each piece. 48 pages.
- 25 timeless classical themes
- J.S. Bach
- Includes bio for each composer
- CD features demo tracks of each piece
- 48 pages
Great classical riffs to throw into your solos! Order today.
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Comments about Homespun Classical Themes for Electric Guitar Guitar Tab Book with CD:
I gave th ebook overall a 6. This doesn't really mean anything though. To some people it will be maybe different. I mainly got this book so I couls work on some progressions and some material to incorperate within my metal or progressive rock n roll. Inspired by guys like Rhoads and Chris Broderick of Megadeath, I wanted to get this to study even thouhg I am no classical music major graduate such as Chris.
I think I want to also look for more books tha thave classical riffs in Tab as well for the taking.
This is a good thing for trying to gain some chops to add to rock n roll. I do not recognize much of the material here since I do not have a background in classical music at all. And it appears that much of the riffs here are not the full piece and they are slower riffs. I sort of wish that I culd fins a book with more recognizable classical riffs.