Song Writing Video 3: Exercises With Nashville Numbering System

Matt Quistorf from Quistorf Guitar 101 explaining an exercise useful to working the Nashville Numbering System.

Author: mattquistorf
Duration: 339
Published: 2012-04-24 18:55:05
Song Writing Video 3: Exercises With Nashville Numbering System

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