By Pete Prown
(Book). discover the sounds of greater than 30 guitar legends, from '50s rock'n'rollers to present day nu-metal practitioners. you will discover the secrets and techniques in their vintage tones, find out how they performed their most renowned rhythms & leads, and discover what equipment they used to forge their detailed types.
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