Count Me In - Part 2 focuses mostly on electrical guitar players and chord strumming (pick or fingerstyle). The pieces are are all originals, made for beginning guitar players. You should be able to play this after a few months of getting to know your new instrument. The most difficult pieces require a bit more experience. All pieces will work standalone- with two or three guitars that is, as wel as a soloist with the mp3 playalong. Each piece is accompanied by a recording with melody, and recordings without the guitars. On the last page you will find the standard chord chart for reference. You can make these chords a lot easier when only fingering and playing the first three strings.
There’s no tab. Try reading the notes, and- very important- listen to the recordings. Wherever improvised solos are asked for, scale fingerings are suggested. You might try other possibilities.
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Count me in 2
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