'Led Zeppelin Guitar Method' Available From Alfred Music Publishing

Alfred Music Publishing, the world leader in educational print music publishing since 1922, releases Led Zeppelin Guitar Method Book and enhanced CD set, the first-ever guitar method to feature songs from the legendary band, with instructional material by award-winning authors Ron Manus and L. C. Harnsberger.

The highly anticipated Led Zeppelin Guitar Method teaches the essentials required to play guitar right away, applied to 26 time-honored songs from the iconic band, written in standard notation and TAB. Beginning with the vocal melodies, the method book quickly moves on to teach authentic-sounding guitar parts of such classics as "Stairway To Heaven", "Immigrant Song", "Whole Lotta Love", "Misty Mountain Hop", "Over The Hills And Far Away", "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You", and many more. ZEPPELIN songs are used to illustrate and teach concepts such as popular chord forms, major and minor scales, power chords, hammer-ons and pull-offs, and much more. Carefully arranged to capture the essence of their original recordings, some song arrangements have been simplified to facilitate a faster, more enjoyable learning process.

The included enhanced CD demonstrates every song and exercise found in the book, playable on any conventional CD player. Computer playback of the disc delivers Alfred's exclusive Tone 'N' Tempo Changer technology, allowing users to easily slow down, speed up, change keys, and loop sections of the songs for practice — an invaluable tool in the journey to learning how to play the guitar. The book also includes a helpful chord and guitar fingerboard chart. As a bonus, historical facts and photos of LED ZEPPELIN are featured throughout the method book.

The Led Zeppelin Guitar Method Book and enhanced CD set (00-33568) is available for $24.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com/guitar.


* Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
* The Battle Of Evermore
* Boogie With Stu
* Bring It On Home
* Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
* Communication Breakdown
* Dazed And Confused
* Going To California
* Good Times Bad Times
* Heartbreaker
* How Many More Times
* Immigrant Song
* The Lemon Song
* Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)
* Misty Mountain Hop
* Moby Dick
* Out On The Tiles
* Over The Hills And Far Away
* Rock And Roll
* Stairway To Heaven
* Thank You
* What Is And What Should Never Be
* When The Levee Breaks
* Whole Lotta Love
* You Shook Me


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