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  1. Thanks the dvd and book sound good my 3 weeks or so could also end up being a month or two as well some pieces are tricky
  2. ok it sounds like a good idea, i have arrange some pieces such as "Here's That Rainy Day""This Masquerade" and i'm half away thru The Girl From Ipanema, the pieses are for solo guitar p.s How can i upload a image. Thanks
  3. Hi i would probably rate myself as intermediate to advanced player, i practice for about 4hrs aday.
  4. hi thanks for your comments, if you think of anymore books or sites plaese let me know.
  5. hi Eugenio thanks for the reply, i like the song sambalamento by luiz bonfa which comes for the book the brazilian masters so i'd like to find more like that. i found this book http://www.gspguitar.com/jsp2/detailSearch.jsp?sku=HL123485&cat=allα=&search_keyword=%20Antonio%20Carlos%20Jobim&source=search i found some reviews on it what do you think?3.0 out of 5 stars Not for beginners, January 8, 2005By J. Galdo (Miami Beach) - See all my reviews (REAL NAME) Unfortunately the book comes with a chord chart fingering explanation (inside front cover) which is a bit ambiguous. i was really hoping for a finger/fret position chord chart diagram over each chord but that's not the case. So, i would recomend this more for an intermediate and up guitarist.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Report this | PermalinkComment Comment 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:1.0 out of 5 stars A waste of paper, June 3, 2009By <a name="A3QZXRV92X2TXT|iUA|1" href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3QZXRV92X2TXT/ref=cm_cr_dp_pdp" style="font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif; color: rgb(0, 51, 153); text-decoration: underline; ">Mario Diaz (Miami, Fl USA) - See all my reviewsThis is yet another failed attempt at trying to arrange and print Bossa Nova music. The melodies are there and intact, the harmonies not faithful, and the rhythm??? wait, there's no rhythm whatsoever. The most important thing in Bossa is the rhythm, the author overlooked that here. One of these days I am going to stop buying books on brazilian music by anybody that doesn't have a Portuguese last name. So if you are looking to play washed down poor quasi brazilian guitar solos, this book is for you, otherwise stay away!Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? Report this | PermalinkComment Comment
  6. hi everyone this is my first post. im looking solo arrangements for Brazilian guitar. I have the brazilian masters guitar book which good but i have almost finished it so im looking for some more pieces thank you for your time.
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