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Esteban's Complete Guitar Chords with CD (Audio) and DVDby Esteban
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Take an in-depth journey through the building blocks of guitar music—chord—in this companion to Estebans best-selling guitar course. Whether you want to compose your own music or simply become a more versatile guitarist, this comprehensive chord tutorial will bring your skills to the next level.
DVD of hands-on instruction from Esteban, including how to position your hands, tune your guitar, easily switch chords, and play such songs as Pachelbels Canon and folk ballad House of the Rising Sun”
CD of more than a dozen essential chord progressions to get you started, along with major and minor chords to tune against
240-page book, featuring easy-to-understand diagrams and photos of 960 chord fingerings
Bonus Esteban poster with quick-reference chord chart
Esteban brings you this all-in-one kit to take your skills to the next level. Whether you want to compose your own music or simply become a more versatile guitarist, this comprehensive package will help you succeed.
Learn to play the guitar from the master. Esteban's all-in-one kit includes easy-to-understand diagrams; a CD of all the major, minor, dominant, and diminished chords; and a full-length DVD of hands-on instruction.
About the Author
Born Stephen Paul in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Esteban began teaching himself to play at age eight. In 1974, after relentlessly pursuing Segovia, he finally achieved his goal of working with the master in Spain. Four years later, Esteban began touring—but after a tragic automobile accident he lost his ability to play for a decade. Finally, through dedication and his love of music, he overcame his injuries. Since then, he has topped the Billboard charts many times and created his own line of affordable guitars.
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