Hal Leonard Guitar Method: Easy Pop Melodies - Third Edition (Book/Online Audio)

Books and Digital Audio | Guitar

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

The perfect supplementary songbook for those using the Hal Leonard Guitar Method, this collection contains 20 popular songs from some of the greatest artists in the history of rock and pop music. With Easy Pop Melodies - Third Edition you can strum along to your favourite hits from classic pop and rock artists including The Police, Kansas, Johnny Cash, The Beatles and Stevie Wonder.

All of the pieces in this book are presented in order of difficulty, beginning with simple three and four string melodies and ending with songs that use many notes, including all six strings. Songs include Let It Be (The Beatles), Hey There Delilah (Plain White T’s), We Will Rock You (Queen), Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) and more.

This book includes online audio tracks featuring every piece recorded by a full band, so you can hear how the song should sound and then play along when you’re ready. All tracks can be downloaded or streamed using the unique code provided inside the book.

This book also comes with Playback +, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys and pan left or right – available exclusively from Hal Leonard.

ISBN: 9781495091209
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 03 April 2017
No of pages: 37
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00697440
 
     
       

        Hal Leonard Guitar Method: Easy Pop Melodies - Third Edition (Book/Online Audio) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        Bert

        Holland GB Uke & Guitar teacher
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        Lovely songs and indeed a good book for use with guitar methodbooks.
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        Confirmed purchase: 06 February 2019
        Published on: 17 February 2019