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Curt Sheller Publications has now released the second volume in The Advanced Guide to Blues Chord Progressions for Guitar series of books for guitar players...

August 29, 2004

Curt Sheller Publications has now released the second volume in The Advanced Guide to Blues Chord Progressions for Guitar series of books for guitar players.

The Advanced Guide to Blues Chord Progressions for Guitar Volume II features common blues chord progressions. These chord progressions can be used used with the voicings from volume I, II & III of The Advanced Guide to Guitar Chord Progressions for Guitar. Volume II covers the common rock and blues keys of E, A, D, and G. Volume I coverd the common jazz keys of C, F and Bb.

Beyond learning the basic blues chord progression most players struggle with advanced chords and progressions. Each volume of The Advanced Guide to Chords and Progressions presents an organized approach to the mysterious subject of advanced chords, chord progressions and chord substutition.

The Blues are at the heart of all American music. It has influenced Country, Rock, Folk, Jazz, Bluegrass and just about every form of American music we listen to today. Studying the blues chord progressions presented in this book can open creative possibilities for exploring chord progressions in all styles of music, not just blues.

For more information, visit their web site at www.curtsheller.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004