Guitar Riffs in the Style of the 60s and 70s

Foundations of Rock, Guitar Riffs in the Style of the 60s and 70s coverThis book is a collection of riffs that will serve as a great introduction to rock guitar of the 60′s and 70′s. The cornerstone of many rock tunes, a riff is a short musical phrase that is repeated inside a song. Riffs can bethe signature part of a song and what many “play” when they do “air guitar”to their favorite tunes! Many riffs are fun, usually pretty easy to play and they sound great. The riffs in this book were written and presented because they are all fairly easy to play and they sound great. If you’re planning to make rock guitar a lifetime commitment, learn riffs. If you’re simply looking for a way to have fun in your spare time, learn riffs. Any aspiring guitarist can learn these great rock guitar ideas as taught by JonFinn on this book/2 DVD package. Music notation, tablature, and chord diagrams are provided for each riff.

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