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Andrew D. Gordon has created 30 Blues, Jazz and Rock Play-A-Long Jam tracks in many different Blues styles, keys and tempos for teachers, students and musicians to practice their soloing techniques. Click on the image below to access the youtube videos. Also there is a video of Andrew practicing soloing over one of the Play-A-Long tracks,
Legendary guitarist Caleb Quaye (Elton John, Hall and Oates) describes the tracks as "A great resource indeed!"
Renowned Blues guitarist Barry Levenson (Canned Heat) says "They are wonderful! I'm going to urge some students to get them.
Video files, mp3 files, PDF files of the chord progression and MIDI files for all the 30 Play-A-Longs can be purchased through the website by clicking on this link.
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Welcome to the Digital Sheet Music Downloads web site, the digital publishing arm of the music educational publisher A.D.G. Productions.
We are offering our customers the ability to download pdf/mp3/midi/mp4 video files of selected lessons, riffs, songs or examples, as well as digital downloads of our books from our extensive catalog of Blues, Jazz, Funk, Latin, Country, Gospel styles for Piano/Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, Woodwinds and Brass instruments.
These files can be used on your computer as well as tablets and smart phones.
I would personally like to thank everyone from all over the world who have purchased items from our website, it is very satisfying to know that we are providing a service to help improve your musicianship. Andrew D. Gordon owner of www.digitalsheetmusicdownloads.com and www.adgproductions.com
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