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Hal Leonard Guitar Method: Setup & Maintenance. £9.95

Hal Leonard Guitar Method: Setup & Maintenance. £9.95

Basic Setup Kit | stewmac.com

Basic Setup Kit | stewmac.com

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, by Robert M. Pirsig.  This one really makes you think!

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, by Robert M. Pirsig. This one really makes you think!

This is all too real. Guitar problems...  i cant even count the times ive dropped mine in the hole and just left it there

The reason I prefer electric guitar…

This is all too real. Guitar problems... i cant even count the times ive dropped mine in the hole and just left it there

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Guitar Pick Wallet – 'Pickpokit Original'

Pre-wired Pickguard Assembly | stewmac.com

Pre-wired Pickguard Assembly | stewmac.com

Expand your guitar knowledge with the Guitar Lesson Goldmine series! Featuring 100 individual modules covering a giant array of topics, each lesson in this Jazz volume includes detailed instruction with playing examples presented in standard notation and tablature.

Expand your guitar knowledge with the Guitar Lesson Goldmine series! Featuring 100 individual modules covering a giant array of topics, each lesson in this Jazz volume includes detailed instruction with playing examples presented in standard notation and tablature.

Everybody knows and loves the American Songbook. But it's a bit less widely understood that in about 1950, this stream of great songs more or less dried up. All of a sudden, what came over the radio wasn't Gershwin, Porter, and Berlin, but 'Come on-a My House' and 'The Doggie in the Window?' Elvis and rock and roll arrived a few years later, and at that point the game was truly up. What happened, and why?

Everybody knows and loves the American Songbook. But it's a bit less widely understood that in about 1950, this stream of great songs more or less dried up. All of a sudden, what came over the radio wasn't Gershwin, Porter, and Berlin, but 'Come on-a My House' and 'The Doggie in the Window?' Elvis and rock and roll arrived a few years later, and at that point the game was truly up. What happened, and why?

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