Method-Year 1, Quarter One & Two Mixed

Method-Year 1, Quarter One & Two Mixed

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This is a specialized text intended to solve a long-term problem.  From time-to-time, there will be students who have taken Quarter 1, but cannot change their schedules to take Quarter 2.  There also may be students who transfer into your class second quarter who have not taken Quarter 1.

 

Therefore, as a teacher, you may have a beginning guitar class of students with two levels of skill in the same room at the same time.  This edition mirrors Quarter One page for page, but it is written down an octave so you may teach the notes on the three lower strings to the more advanced students (Year 1, Quarter 2 students) while teaching the same notes on the top three strings to the students who are just starting.

 

A copy of Quarter One and Quarter One & Two Mixed are both necessary.  Quarter One & Two Mixed is the same as Quarter One written one octave lower.

SKU: BSY1Q1-23M
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