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  Book III: Rock Guitar
    Chapter 1: It¨s Only Rock Guitar, but I Like It
      Differentiating Between Rock and Acoustic Guitar: It Ain¨t Just Volume
      Guitar, Amp, and Effects: The Power Trio
      Accessorizing Your Guitar
    Chapter 2: All about Amplifiers
      Following the Signal Chain
      Taking a Guided Tour of the Amp
      Plugging In and Turning On
      Getting a Sound
      Making Do If You Don¨t Have an Amp
      Demystifying the Gizmology
    Chapter 3: Playing Lead
      Taking the Lead
      Playing Single Notes
      Starting at the Bottom: Low-Note Melodies
      Going to the Top: High-Note Melodies
      Playing in Position
      Getting in Tune with Lower Register Riffs
      Making It Easy: The Pentatonic Scale
      Playing the Pentatonic Scale: Three Ways to Solo
      Improvising Leads
    Chapter 4: Groovin¨ on Riffs
      Getting Your Groove On: Basic Riffs
      Playing Two Notes Can Be Better than One: Double-Stops
      Combining Single-Note Riffs and Chords
      Discovering Your Own Style
    Chapter 5: Playing Up the Neck
      Beyond Open Position: Going Up the Neck
      Playing Closed-Position Lead Patterns
      Playing in Position
      Using the Movable Pentatonic Scale
      Seeking Out the Five Positions of the Pentatonic Scale
      Changing Your Position
      Knowing Where to Play
    Chapter 6: Rock Guitar Legends, Styles, and Genres
      Bo Diddley
      Buddy Holly
      Chuck Berry
      John Lennon and George Harrison
      Pete Townshend
      Keith Richards
      Eric Clapton
      Jimi Hendrix
      Jimmy Page
      Carlos Santana
      Stevie Ray Vaughan
      U2¨ s The Edge
      Tony Iommi
      Ritchie Blackmore
      Eddie Van Halen
      Angus Young
      David Gilmour
      Alex Lifeson
  Book IV: Blues Guitar
    Chapter 1: Blues Meets Guitar: A Match Made in Heaven
      Beyond the Delta: Defining the Blues Guitar Sound
      Dissecting Acoustic and Electric Blues Guitars
      What Your Guitar Needs to Get Your Blues Groove On
    Chapter 2: Playing Blues Rhythm
      Strumming Along
      Mixing Single Notes and Strumming
      Shuffling the Beats with Syncopated Strumming
      Stopping the Strings from Ringing (Just for a Sec)
      Copying the Classics: Plucking Fingerstyle Blues
      Feels and Grooves: Different Rhythm Styles to Play
    Chapter 3: Blues Progressions, Song Forms, and Moves
      Blues by the Numbers
      Recognizing the Big Dogs: Primary Key Families and Their Chords
      The Structure of a Blues Song, Baby
      Applying Structures to Keys
      Accessorizing the 12-Bar Blues: Intros, Turnarounds, and Endings
      High Moves
    Chapter 4: Blues Riffs: The Bedrock of the Blues
      Basic Single-Note Riffs
      Double the Strings, Double the Fun: Double-Stops (Two-Note Riffs)
      High-Note Riffs: The Bridge to Lead Blues Guitar
      Mastering the Rhythm Figure
    Chapter 5: Blues Genres: Acoustic, Electric, and Blues-Rock
      Delta Blues: Where It All Began
      The Piedmont Blues: Country Ragtime
      Country and Folk Blues
      Quintessential Blues: Slide Guitar
      The Birth of Classic Electric Blues
      Electric Blues¨ Sweet Home: Chicago
      The Blues Sounds of Texas
      Four Blues Giants: Three Kings and a Collins
      Blues-Rock and Southern Blues
      Blues in the 21st Century
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