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Rhythm Guitar Playing Book 1 Chaz Hart RGT Exam Preliminary to Grade 2 S133

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Rhythm Guitar Playing Book 1 Chaz Hart RGT Exam Preliminary to Grade 2 S133
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The first in the highly acclaimed series of three rhythm guitar books, this book is designed especially to accompany the Rhythm Guitar Playing section of the Registry of Guitar Tutors Electric Guitar examinations. Book One covers the preliminary grade through to Grade 2.



Whether or not you are taking an RGT exam this book serves as an invaluable guide in playing rhythm Guitar for the early stages player.The book includes 30 examples of the type of chord charts that will appear in the examinations, as well as providing tips and advice on how to gain those elusive extra marks, general tips on playing rhythm Guitar and detailed explanations on reading chord charts.


The books are thoroughly recommended for anyone considering taking an examination, but will also prove an excellent beginning to all Guitar players who want to learn solid and fluent rhythm playing.


Published 1997
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The first in the highly acclaimed series of three rhythm guitar books, this book is designed especially to accompany the Rhythm Guitar Playing section of the Registry of Guitar Tutors Electric Guitar examinations. Book One covers the preliminary grade through to Grade 2.

Whether or not you are taking an RGT exam this book serves as an invaluable guide in playing rhythm Guitar for the early stages player.The book includes 30 examples of the type of chord charts that will appear in the examinations, as well as providing tips and advice on how to gain those elusive extra marks, general tips on playing rhythm Guitar and detailed explanations on reading chord charts.
The books are thoroughly recommended for anyone considering taking an examination, but will also prove an excellent beginning to all Guitar players who want to learn solid and fluent rhythm playing.
Published 1997
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