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All you need: Guitar Chords Kindle Edition
300 of the most important guitar chords always at hand!
The basic guitar chords (plus some more advanced ones) for every root:
you‘ll never need to search for the required chords for many Pop/Rock songs.
All chord diagrams feature fingering suggestions plus the respective chord notes:
useful assistance when improvising or building new chords.
- Bar chords in all keys
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- ASIN : B006WR5SDO
- Language : English
- File size : 3858 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 78 pages
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There is a serious problem which the author needs to address, correct and republish his revisions through Amazon. The TOC starts with C chords but the first four chords depicted are actually the G and G6 chords. The next page picks back up with C chords but omits the C and C6 set. That could cause problems for the beginner. This needs to be taken care of ASAP. Perhaps something got left out at the beginning since my kindle showed a jump in percentage from 1-23 with nothing but the TOC, copyright, title and author between those locations.
Additionally, I think it would be helpful if the author were to include a "key page" which explains all the numbers and symbols used in reference to playing a chord. Yes, I understand that most guitarists already know what the representations mean and how to read them...but, remember when you didn't? I feel this addition would make the book a tad more user friendly.
There's no need to worry about lousy writing in this offering because there is no text...just chords, chords and more chords. I'm good with that!
In any event, if the author were to correct these issues and update the corrections through Amazon, so that the update will apply to previously purchased edition's, I would rate this 5 stars. As is, it gets 3 1/2.