By Al Di Meola
(Instructional). A advisor to studying the fundamental instruments for changing into an excellent participant and musician. comprises Al's personal lesson plan procedure, tunes, blues styles, jazz chord routines, enjoying and working towards counsel, and a whole advisor to chords, scales and arpeggios.
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