MILWAUKEE – Cherry Lane Music Company will have at Summer NAMM two great publications by Toby Wine that let guitarists hone their skills using the music of the Dave Matthews Band: Learn to Play Guitar with the Music of Dave Matthews and Dave Matthews Band: Under the Microscope.
The first book will help beginners get their basic techniques down. Learn to Play Guitar with Dave Matthews Band: Everything You Need to Know About Starting to Play Guitar! ($16.99 / HL02501098) teaches the instrument from the ground up, and explores basic left- and right-hand techniques, how to read music, and much more – all using the music of Dave Matthews Band – with tab and a CD of examples to facilitate learning.
Weighing in at nearly 200 pages, Dave Matthews Band: Under the Microscope ($19.99 /HL02501070) reveals the deepest guitar secrets of Dave Matthews. This artist-approved folio dissects and explains the harmony, rhythm, scales, composition, and guitar techniques of 14 huge hits: The Best of What’s Around • Crash into Me • Don’t Drink the Water • Satellite • So Much to Say • The Space Between • Stay (Wasting Time) • Too Much • What Would You Say • and others. Includes lessons on rhythm, slides, vibrato, bends, fingerpicking and a whole lot more, all with tab.
For more information or to place an order for Cherry Lane publications, please visit your local music store or contact Music Dispatch (1-800-637-2852, www.musicdispatch.com).
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