(Guitar Riffs). Sometimes you don't want to read the whole novel; you just want know the gist. The same can be said for songs. Most classic guitar songs contain unforgettable riffs that signature hook that everyone wants to know. It's the first thing you think of when you hear the title of the song. Of course, the notes are only half the story. It won't sound right without the proper tone, so it helps to know a good bit about the equipment used as well. Background information on the artist is always helpful as well. That's where Cliffnotes to Guitar Songs comes in. In this book, you'll not only learn the signature riffs of 150 guitar classics, you'll also learn invaluable information for each, including: equipment and tone info; biographical information on the artist; song and album facts; theoretical analysis; performance tips; and more. From hard rock, metal, and punk to folk and old time rock 'n' roll, there's something here for everyone. Best of all, you'll be cranking out dozens of timeless riffs in no time! Learn nearly 150 riffs, including: All Day and All of the Night * Aqualung * Back in Black * Barracuda * Beat It * Born to Be Wild * Brown Eyed Girl * Cheap Sunglasses * Come As You Are * Crazy Train * Dust in the Wind * Every Breath You Take * Eye of the Tiger * Free Ride * Iris * Iron Man * La Grange * Layla * Monkey Wrench * Peter Gunn * Pride and Joy * Smells like Teen Spirit * Smoke on the Water * Sunshine of Your Love * Walk This Way * Welcome to the Jungle * You Really Got Me * and more!Although radioplay was practically nonexistent, both aParanoida and aIron Mana nearly hit theTop40, which helped send the albumupto #12inthat goldeneraofAOR (albumorientedrock). Although TonyIommi, citing his well documented sheetanbsp;...
|Title||:||CliffsNotes to Guitar Songs|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard - 2014-01-01|