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Now available in a book/CD pack! The William Leavitt guitar method, used as the basic text for the Berklee College of Music guitar program, has stood the test of time and earned a vast and loyal following of guitar students and instructors. After mastering the basics from Volume 1, this intermediate-level book continues and builds upon the study of melody, scales, arpeggios and chords, covering the entire fingerboard. This volume also addresses: intervals, chord voicings, improvisation, rhythm-guitar techniques, play-along duets and more.
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William "Bill" G. Leavitt (October 4, 1926 – November 4, 1990) was an American jazz guitarist and arranger best known for his long series of guitar instruction books and for developing a related curriculum at Berklee College of Music as chair of the guitar department.
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