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Free E-Book: Divergent Streams - Reflections and Explorations of ...

Former Hypebot Edtor and Billboard writer Kyle Bylin ( @sidewinderfm ) is working to reimagine the music industry as part of the Live Nation Labs team and on his blog sidewinder .fm .

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Kristin Kristin says:
Any good pop music guitar books?
I want to learn how to play guitar. I am most interested in learning to play pop music songs, such as Jason Mraz. Does anyone know any good pop guitar music books? Also, are there any good beginner books that I should get before jumping straight...
Randy says:
Kristin - Here is a free site that I recommend often: It has tabs for many different styles of music - pop, country, rock, jazz, metal, 50s, 60s, etc. They are divided...

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