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December 6, 2004
Curt Sheller Publications announced the release of a new book for guitar players titled "A Guide to Chords for Guitar" by Curt Sheller.
Beyond learning basic guitar chords, most players struggle with increasing their chord vocubulary. This book covers the basic open position chords that Curt believes all guitar players must know. An introduction to movable chord forms, barre forms, contemporary rock chords, transposing chords and 4-part chords are included.
From a few basic chord shapes and a understanding of how chords are constructed, your chord vocabulary can be dramatically increased without memorizing countless more chord shapes. There are simply too many chord shapes to memorize for morepeople.
For more information, visit their web site at www.curtsheller.com