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Hal Leonard Guitar Play-Along Vol. 142: George Harrison

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The Hal Leonard Guitar Play-Along Vol. 142: George Harrison is a collection of songs from the popular Beatle, arranged for guitar.  All product info

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Guitar Play-Along Vol. 142: George Harrison

Hal Leonard Guitar Play-Along Volume 142: George Harrison

The Hal Leonard Guitar Play-Along Vol. 142: George Harrison contains 7x songs to play along with, arranged for guitar with notation and tablature. The Play-Along tracks are available in 2x versions online for either download or streaming. The tempo can be adjusted without changing the pitch, making it an ideal way to practice.

Songs:
Blow Away, Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth), Here Comes the Sun, My Sweet Lord, Something, What Is Life & While My Guitar Gently Weeps

The main features of the Hal Leonard Guitar Play-Along Vol. 142: George Harrison include:

  • Play-Along Book & Audio Tracks for Guitar
  • Notation & Tablature
  • Artist: George Harrison
  • Audio: Download/Stream
  • 56x Pages
  • Publishing Number: HL00237697
  • ISBN: 978-1-4950-9786-7
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Features:

  • Manufacturer: Hal Leonard
  • Artist: George Harrison
  • Genre: Pop
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Medium: Music book
  • Vocals/Speech: English
  • Arrangement: Guitar
  • With Sheet Music: Yes
  • With Tabulature: Yes
  • CD: No
  • DVD: No
  • Download: Yes
  • Number of Pages: 56
  • Series: Guitar Play-Along
  • Edition / Volume: 142
  • Publishing Number: HL00237697
  • ISBN: 978-1-4950-9786-7
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