Learn to play Guitar - GCHGA unit2 1.03
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|This version includes a free tuner, a free metronome, a chord chart and the new neck guide to scales. Lessons on guitar theory reading music and finger/plectrum styles. The full version has a full years worth of guitar lessons.|
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- Learn to play Guitar (Unit 1) 3.50 This version includes a free tuner, a free metronome, an interactive chord chart (with sound) and four lessons. The lessons come complete with backings, video support and a printable PDF, so you can study what you are learning away from the computer.
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The GCH guitar academy course has been developed over fifteen years to produce the best possible results from its students. The multimedia course is the latest way to learn to play the guitar. This is unit two of the course, for students who have been playing guitar for a year or more. Unit 1 is also available for beginners. The full version has a full years' worth of lessons. The lessons are broken down into6 months of finger style and 6 months of plectrum style. The months are broken down into four weekly lessons, a total of 48 lessons.
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