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Today Rock House announced the release of two new Acoustic Guitar method books. The Beginner method book, titled Learn Rock Acoustic Beginner, is designed for people with little or no playing experience; it begins at the roots by teaching the parts of the guitar, how to hold the instrument, tuning, reading tab and chord charts. They quickly move up to easy-to-follow lessons on basic chords, scales, finger picking, strum patterns and much more.

Once finished with beginner the student can graduate to the Learn Rock Acoustic Intermediate method book where they will learn more advanced strumming and finger picking techniques, acoustic slapping and soloing. Students will also step into the world of songwriting by learning how to put chords together in a progression.

Each Method Book is jam-packed with 64 pages of comprehensive text and tablature lessons, a DVD that illustrates the playing examples through close-up views of each hand, players perspective views and a video chord chart that lets the user hear what the chords should sound like, an Audio CD that has the instructor talking the student through demonstration and explaining each lesson in detail plus backing tracks to play over.

The books are available now through Rock House's exclusive distributor Music Sales Corp. and retail for $24.99.

The Method Books also include FREE lifetime membership to The Rock House Method® Lesson support system on the web at www.RockHouseMethod.com. This feature, exclusive to Rock House and its partners, offers students the opportunity to use Rock House's fully interactive lesson support site along with the products to enhance their learning experience, expand their knowledge, link with instructors, and connect with a community of people from over 125 countries around the world who are learning to play music using The Rock House Method®.

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