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MARK BRIDGES - The Encyclopedia of Guitar Tab Chords

Amsco, 1998. First Edition, Softcover. Very Good Condition. 9780825616907 Very clean and bright, no markings on pages, light corner wear to covers. The layout is very clear, and, so far, it seems to be accurate ( I haven't checked every chord in the book!). The naming of all the note names for each string in every chord is useful. Inversions are not labelled or indexed, but you can work them out using the note names. It works methodically up the neck with a variety of chord shapes for each chord (10 for E, to pick a random example). It has a really useful range of chords. Of course it can't include everything, including some (to my mind) commonly used shapes - for example C chord as X3555X (2-fingered version) and so on. But it provides great food for thought and is a useful tool to have to hand, especially if you ever sit around trying to work out how on earth someone's playing something, or are looking for a different voicing. Which you probably are. (Reader review) 269 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Music; ISBN/EAN: 9780825616907. Inventory No: dscf9091.
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