Acoustic Guitar Grade 7

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The benchmark syllabus for all aspiring acoustic guitarists.

The Rockschool Acoustic Guitar Grade 7 book contains everything you need to pass your Grade 7 exam in one essential book, featuring a truly diverse range of contemporary repertoire from some of the world’s most iconic artists, including Newton Faulkner, John Mayer and Tommy Emmanuel.

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Woke Up Dreaming Track 1 of 6 £2.99 Add to Cart
Neon Track 2 of 6 £2.99 Add to Cart
Teardrop Track 3 of 6 £2.99 Add to Cart
Our Spanish Love Song Track 4 of 6 £2.99 Add to Cart
And So It Goes Track 5 of 6 £2.99 Add to Cart
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Acoustic Guitar Grade 7 features:

  • Pieces from the worlds of Rock, Pop, Metal, Blues, Country, Jazz and Acoustic Specialists
  • Professional backing tracks for both pieces and supporting tests
  • Duet arrangement available at every grade
  • Fact files and technical guidance

Plus

  • Ear Tests
  • Technical Exercises
  • Sight Reading and Improvisation examples
  • General Musicianship Questions
  • Newton Faulkner - Teardrop
  • John Mayer - Neon
  • Joe Bonamassa - Woke Up Dreaming
  • Pat Metheny - Our Spanish Love Song
  • Hoagy Carmichael - Georgia On My Mind
  • Tommy Emmanuel - And So It Goes
Pages 7-12
Woke Up Dreaming - Bar 15, Beat 3, the G# note has been changed to G natural to match the TAB. (Updated 15 April 2016)
Page 69
Quick Study Pieces - Acoustic Specialist - The indication over bar 9 has been changed from "cont. sim." to "Develop" and bars 5-8 have been deleted from the notation. (Updated 3 November 2017)