Emedia Guitar Songs
The Easiest Way To Learn Hit Songs!
eMedia Guitar Songs is the
easiest and most enjoyable way to learn to play hit songs in all styles,
including rock, blues, country, classical and folk.
Now with a variable-speed MIDI
track for slowing down the music and separate audio tracks including no-guitar,
guitar-only and bass only.
- 21 songs by legendary artists
- Guitar Tablature and Standard Music Notation
- Real Instrument Multi-Tracking
- Variable Speed MIDI tracks
- Animated Fretboard
- Jukebox Navigation
- Automatic Tuner
- Digital Metronome
- Digital Recorder
- Artist Biographies and Photos
eMedia Guitar Songs comprises of over 20 songs
made famous by legendary artists. The animated Jukebox feature makes it easy
for you to preview and choose the songs you want. Guitar Songs is ideal for
complete beginners to more experienced players, with the option to learn how to
play using either guitar tablature or standard music notation. The real
instrument Multi-Tracking enables you to learn guitar only tracks or turn the
guitar track off and play with the rest of the band. Bass only, no Bass and
rhythm only tracks are now also included. Song playing tips are included for
both bass and guitar players with an animated fretboard that now shows bends
and vibrato in addition to fingering positions, for both left and right-hand
views, in real-time. Also included are Artist Biographies and Photographs,
enabling you to gain an insight into the lives of the legends.
Rock: "Behind Blue Eyes"-The Who, "Baby I love your way"-Peter Frampton (played
and sung by Peter Frampton), "Oy Como Va"- made famous by Santana, "I'm the
Only One" Melissa Etheridge, "Magic Man"-Heart (new recording Roger Fisher,
formerly guitarist of Heart), "That'll be the day"-Buddy Holly, and "Truckin"
The Grateful Dead.
Blues: "Before You Accuse Me" - made famous by Eric Clapton, "The Sky is Cryin'"
- made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughan, "(Sittin' on the) Dock of the Bay" - Otis
Redding, "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" - Jim Croce, "Take Me to the River" - made
famous by the Talking Heads
Country: "On the Road Again" - Willie Nelson, "Blue Moon of Kentucky" - made
famous by Elvis Presley, "Georgia on My Mind" - made famous by Ray Charles, "I
Can't Make You Love Me" - made famous by Bonnie Raitt
Classical: "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" - Mozart, "Lullaby" - Brahms, "Minuet" -
Folk: "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child", "Swanee River"