eMedia Guitar Method Deluxe and Guitar Collection
eMedia Music has announced the addition of two new multi-volume CD-ROM sets to their best-selling and award-winning series of guitar tutorial CD-ROMs. eMedia Guitar Method Deluxe features eMedia Guitar Method and Intermediate Guitar Method in a 2 volume CD-ROM set specially priced at $99.95 MSRP. eMedia Guitar Collection features eMedia Guitar Method, Intermediate Guitar Method, Blues Guitar Legends and Guitar Songs in a 4 volume CD-ROM set specially priced at $149.95 MSRP.
eMedia Guitar Method Deluxe includes everything you need to learn to play with 340 audio- and video-enhanced lessons and over 150 songs. Also included are an automatic tuner, metronome, recorder, 250-chord dictionary, a scale-directory and more. eMedia Guitar Method, included in eMedia Guitar Method Deluxe, has received top ratings and honors from PC Magazine (Editor's Choice), Guitar Player, Guitar One and Newsweek (Top 50 CD-ROMs of the Year). eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method takes your playing to the next level and has received praise from guitarists and guitar teachers alike. Guitar icon Peter Frampton says, "This is the ultimate way to learn how to play guitar! You learn at your own pace and it's easy for anybody."
eMedia Guitar Collection is a complete course for the aspiring guitar player and includes eMedia Guitar Method and Intermediate Guitar Method to get you playing quickly with the addition of eMedia Blues Guitar Legends and eMedia Guitar Songs to master over 30 additional songs. eMedia Blues Guitar Legends includes 10 monumental blues songs and recordings by artists such as Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.B. King, and Muddy Waters. eMedia Guitar Songs includes 21 classic guitar songs from Eric Clapton, The Who, Santana and more.
Both eMedia Guitar Method Deluxe and the eMedia Guitar Collection will be available in March 2007 as mail order and online exclusives from www.emediamusic.com and online music and computer dealers.
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