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MJS Music & Entertainment has released a new series of Easy Guitar DVDs. Priced at only $12.95 each, these titles offer instruction focusing on scales & chords for guitar. Scales are the foundation of music and can be found in every known culture. With all styles of modern music, scales are the heartbeat, breath and soul of the guitar solo, the guitar riff and even the vocal melody. Chords are the canvas for any song and any style of music. Using only 3 or 4 chords, guitarists can entertain an audience for hours.

Easy Guitar Scales DVD: Over 50 Common and Exotic Scales and Modes For Guitar includes every guitar scale you've ever wanted to learn- presented in a simple root to octave format, starting with basic scales, such as major, minor, pentatonic and blues, and then progressing into patterns that span all musical styles and cultures, even including exotic scales such as the Balinese, Hirojoshi and Kumoi.

Easy Guitar Chords DVD: Common Rhythms and Progressions teaches you easy, basic chords that are found in every key of music, starting with open chords and progressing with time, strength and practice to popular barre chords all presented in a useful format that shows you how chords are used musically. By introducing rhythms and chord progressions, each section of this unique video course allows you to do more than learn just a handful of chords...you will actually learn to play and make music with them!

Unlike competing products, each MJS Easy Guitar DVD teaches with thorough on-screen demonstrations, followed by an example played with a tempo. The bottom half of the screen provides you with the option of reading note and chord charts, traditional notation, or tablature (TAB). Both titles are packed with bonus features, including a built-in tuner and on screen metronome.

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