#1
I'm not sure, but it seems to me almost pointless sometimes to get a songbook unless it's a like a "guitar recorded version" or soemthign like that,m be ause ootherwise, it doesn't seem to tell you tunings or if a chord is played differenty. Which pisses me off. Like I have this book that was a classic 100 by VH1 (from 90s VH1, not crappy todays) and also another book with acoustic songs, and alot of the stuff doesn't sound right as is. I usually have to still go online and look for tabs. Am I just not going deep enough into it or what? Is there a brand that makes "better" musicbooks?
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#3
You need decent folios, they're harder to get but usually anything certified by a major guitar magazine will be pretty reliable
#4
so standard music books aren't that good for guitar? Because i have two books with alot of songs I like. But oh well...
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Quote by SideshowRaven24
wow dude way to think innovative. nice plan.
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that would be awesome if you saw it all the way through, good imagination

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