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e-Book Taylor Swift (Guitar Recorded Versions) epub download

Author: Taylor Swift
ISBN: 1423481240
Pages: 96 pages
Publisher: Hal Leonard (March 1, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Music
Size ePUB: 1505 kb
Size Fb2: 1341 kb
Size DJVU: 1540 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 463
Format: lrf mobi txt doc
Subcategory: Photography

e-Book Taylor Swift (Guitar Recorded Versions) epub download

by Taylor Swift



Similar books to Taylor Swift - Fearless Songbook (Guitar Recorded Versions). The chords are listed above each verse and the fingers are clearly listed for the guitar player

Similar books to Taylor Swift - Fearless Songbook (Guitar Recorded Versions). The chords are listed above each verse and the fingers are clearly listed for the guitar player. You're not going to play with less than six chords per song and one song I know for a fact has ten chords. I learned how to play You Belong With Me using this book and that was my first real song using chords and not tabs.

Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter. She signed a record deal with Big Machine Records in 2005 and released her eponymous debut album in 2006

Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter. She signed a record deal with Big Machine Records in 2005 and released her eponymous debut album in 2006. Swift wrote three of the album's tracks: "Our Song", "Should've Said No", and "The Outside". The remaining eight were co-written with writers Liz Rose, Robert Ellis Orrall, Brian Maher, and Angelo Petraglia.

My daughter is learning guitar and is a huge Taylor Swift fan. This book was perfect, and she's inspired to keep going with the lessons with this book in the guitar case.

Guitar Recorded Versions). With a mix of pop sounds, country twang, and confessional lyrics, Speak Now is the highly anticipated follow-up to Taylor Swift's hugely successful sophomore release Fearless. This folio features guitar transcriptions of all 14 tracks from the young songstress. Includes: Back to December Better Than Revenge Dear John Enchanted Haunted (Guitar Recorded Versions).

Check out Taylor Swift's gear and equipment including the Fender Johnny Marr Signature Jaguar, Gibson LesĀ . Swift also uses a Audio Technica AEW-T4100 microphone and Sensaphonics 2MAX stage monitors during her live performances.

Check out Taylor Swift's gear and equipment including the Fender Johnny Marr Signature Jaguar, Gibson Les Paul '57 Reissue Electric Guitar, and Gibson Les Paul Special SL Electric Guitar.

Piano Stool Bench (3). Acoustic Guitar (22). You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

Print and download Taylor Swift The Story of Us Guitar Recorded Versions (with TAB). The Story of Us digital guitar tab. Contains printable guitar tab plus an interactive, downloadable digital guitar tab file. Includes Guitar Recorded Versions (with TAB) for Strum, range: E4-E4 or Voice, range: E3-E5 or Guitar 1, range: F or Guitar 2 or Guitar 3 or Guitar 4 or Guitar 5 or Guitar 6 or Backup Vocals in E Major.

Taylor Swift Fearless Note for note Guitar transcriptions with tab for all thirteen tunes on Swift's 2008 blockbuster CD. Includes great photos!

Taylor Swift Fearless Note for note Guitar transcriptions with tab for all thirteen tunes on Swift's 2008 blockbuster CD. Includes great photos!. Brand new: lowest price.

(Guitar Recorded Versions). Guitar transcriptons for all 11 tracks from superstar Swift's first album: Cold As You * Mary's Song (Oh My My My) * Our Song * The Outside * Picture to Burn * A Place in This World * Should've Said No * Stay Beautiful * Teardrops on My Guitar * Tied Together with a Smile * Tim McGraw.
Doktilar
This review is for Taylor Swift Guitar Recorded Versions. This book consists of actual transcriptions of the recordings on her 1st album. It has all of the guitar parts including full intros, outros, and solos, written out in tab and notation, with rhythm slashes that indicate the exact strumming used, and the singer's part (the melody) in notation but not tab. If you want to see exactly how the guitars were played on the recordings then the transcriptions are the ticket. However transcriptions can be quite complex to understand and I would only recommend them for the advancing intermediate player, not for beginners at all.

Amazon sells songbooks in various formats (but not all of the books are available in all formats) and it is important to understand the differences between them to get the right book for your purpose.

Guitar Chord Songbook. This is the most basic and is just words and chords, similar to what you can download from the internet, except that the chords are usually correct and in the right places. It is the least confusing format but also has the least amount of information. This can be a great choice for an absolute beginner.

Piano/Vocal/Guitar. This format gives the chords and words, and a piano (sheet music) arrangement. Can be used by a guitar player but not recommended because the piano arrangements add unnecessary pages. This format is the obvious choice for a piano player.

Easy Guitar with Notes & Tab. This format has the words and chords, and the singer's part (the melody) written out in both guitar tab and in standard notation. Some of the guitar parts are also written out in tab and notation. These are mainly the intro's with some snippets of other parts that have been slightly simplified to make them easier to play. In the back of the books is a page of basic guitar strums. Each song suggests which strum pattern is suitable to use with the song, but the suggested strum patterns rarely match the exact strumming on the actual recordings. These books have many more pages than the basic chord books so there is a lot of page turning involved. The songs in "Speak Now" are each about 6 pages long. I don't think the average guitar player wants to have the singer's part completely written out as they are in this format, but these books can be a good choice for the advancing beginning guitarist who wants to learn some basic solo parts or who is learning to read standard notation.

Guitar Recorded Versions. This format includes chords and words, and all guitar parts written out in guitar tab and notation. The singer's part (melody) is only in notation, not tab. This format gives the most information but is hardest to understand because of the density of the information. For example in "Taylor Swift Guitar Recorded Versions" the song Tim McGraw is 11 pages long and contains 3 different guitar parts. This is the only format that shows the strumming parts as they are actually played, in the form of strumming slashes, but it lacks accents marks which would have been helpful. Definitely not for the beginner but this format can be a good choice for the advancing intermediate guitarist.

All of these books fall short in showing how to strum Taylor's songs. Her songs are great material to learn guitar on because of her simple chord progressions, but she often uses complicated 16th note rhythms that are hard for beginners to understand because beginners first learn simpler 8th note strumming. Even the Guitar Recorded Versions is not completely helpful because it fails to show how she accents her strumming. Some transcription books do show accenting, but the lack of it here is not big enough to warrant deducting a star from my rating.
Jozrone
If you like Taylor Swift and have a guitar, buy this book! I just bought a guitar and had 2 lessons in my whole life and i learned to play her songs in this book! Easy to understand and play!
Nargas
As an adult parent who began learning guitar almost a year ago, I have been looking for more song books to expand my playing. I selected this one also hoping to give my daughter some motivation to pick up the guitar also. While I've found this book to be complete and accurate, including song intros and the correct key to play along with Taylor's CD if you want, most of the material is beyond my intermediate skills. It is definitely not for an actual beginner. Don't get me wrong: I still give the book 4 stars. I will keep it and one day I will be able to play the songs effectively, and maybe my daughter will also. I just wanted to point out that this is not a good book for a beginner or maybe even intermediate guitarist. Based on the other reviews, maybe I'll break out my electronic keyboard and see if I can re-learn the piano, as well as guitar.
Kanrad
I gave this a 4 out of 5. I am not an expert but the book is very thin... I guess I expected a larger book. Its music and there are limited songs for beginners. I purchased this as a gift for a girl whose name I picked off a christmas tree for the holidays. She wanted a guitar which I purchased and I thought she would love this book too! I think it was a great combination.
Shou
All the notes matchup with the words and the tab matches with the notes. The chords that are used are shown at the beginning of each song in case you don't know them. The strum patterns are fairly easy to follow except sometime at the beginning of the songs the strum pattern is confusing because sometimes there are two and you don't know which one to use.
Pipet
love it and great shipping
Zymbl
Loved this, I've learned how to play the notes but it is very helpful to have the tabs with the notes to refer to and I was very pleased with this book
Bought for my granddaughter however it will be a while before she can use it for playing as she is just beginning.