Learning to play is easy when you know how! How do guitarists in bands remember all those songs, with so many different notes, phrases and solos? Simple - by breaking each song down into manageable, easy to learn chunks, typically eight bars or so long. You are probably already familiar with the names given to these sections - verse, chorus, bridge, middle eight and so on.
Each of these sections is made up of smaller passages or 'building blocks' - these are known as riffs. That's what this book is about - learning to play a song bit by bit using these building blocks or riffs, then putting them together in the correct order.
This Book breaks down a song into manageable sections; helps you to learn each section by heart; shows you how to link them together with simple Riff Route Maps from a special pull-out section. Plus... chord boxes and symbols are linked to the song lyrics; you get full demo and backing tracks on a top quality CD.
Riff by Riff is the fastest way to play your favourite songs just as they were recorded!