In the spirit of ongoing learning here at Guitar Noise, I'm offering the following songbooks to anyone who thinks they can put them to good use. I just picked up two new books (Eagles and Iron Maiden) so I won't be paying much attention to these in the near future. Just pay for shipping, if you would (probably about $3.00 via media mail for 2 -3 books).
Take your pick from:
CSNY - Deja Vu - full book with notes, chords, and lyrics for all the songs on Deja Vu. 100 pages.
Eric Calpton - Riff by Riff (produced by Guitar Magazine). This one is 68 pages and is more of a lesson book than a song book. Contains some full songs, but many riffs and teaching aides for his stuff from the Yardbirds & John Mayall years through his solo material.
Hal Leonard Blues Guitar Classics. Another lesson book. 80 pages and hits blues players like Robben Ford, Buddy Guy, Guitar Slim, Stevie ray Vaughan and a host of others.
For you shredders, Joe Satriani "Flying a Blue Dream". This one is actually a Japanese version, but the guitar information is the same in both langauges! Has English subtitles. Notes, Chords, and TAB. 150 pages.
Best of the Byrds. 16 full songs. Notes, Chords, and TAB. Includes all the usual suspects.
Let me know if you are interested in any - thanks and enjoy!
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