#2
Piano versions of any band you like. I used a beatles songbook. It keeps you from being bored while you play.
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#3
Modern Metheod for Guitar Vol. 1
(Berklee Press)

You'll notice this book as being black with a big green "1" on it. This book will teach you how to read music, along with comp chords, and will teach you your scales. You might want a teacher to help you though.
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#4
Quote by modestmouse9191
Modern Metheod for Guitar Vol. 1
(Berklee Press)

You'll notice this book as being black with a big green "1" on it. This book will teach you how to read music, along with comp chords, and will teach you your scales. You might want a teacher to help you though.
I have a teacher already and I'll make sure to ask him about that book thanks
#5
Quote by gwitersnamps
Piano versions of any band you like. I used a beatles songbook. It keeps you from being bored while you play.

thanks for the suggestion but i cant read any sheet music at all and thats why i want a book