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The F.I.N. System: Play any Chord on Demand
by Tom Michero

The F.I.N. System gives you the skill to play any chord on demand without ever having seen it on a chord chart. Looking up chords in books will be a thing of the past.

This system works by taking advange of specific patterns that are repeated in music. Instead of learning hundreds of different chord names and shapes you will learn only five chords and a way to transform those chords into hundreds of variations.

The System relies on knowledge not memory to give you the kind of command of the fretboard professionals have. The System is fine for beginning, intermediate and advanced players. You do not need to be able to read music for the System to work for you.

You can master the System in a matter of days. Once you know the System you will know:

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chords by name
chords by notes
chords by intervals
the notes of the entire fretboard
the name of chords you invent
how to play chord inversions
how to play from lead sheets
how to play ANY chord on demand.

Never look up a chord in a book again.

This book describes the F.I.N. System in plain language. It's the perfect book for any guitarist who is serious about the art and craft of playing music. Add this book to your practice schedule. You will be pleasantly surprised by the results.

Try it for 30 days. If you don't see an improvement, return it for a fast and full refund (less shipping costs).

Dimensions: 8" x 11.5" Pages: 44

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Presents music in simple langage
but does not dumb down the subject.
LEARN, TRANSFORM...
... and EVOLVE
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Chord Types
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Chord Shapes & Intervals
Landmark Chords
Chord Transformations
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