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Acoustic Guitar Songs for Dummies by Greg P. Herriges
Acoustic Rock Songs Guitar for Dummies by Greg Herriges
Banjo For Dummies by Bill Evans
Bass Guitar Exercises For Dummies by Patrick Pfeiffer
Bass Guitar for Dummies by Patrick Pfeiffer
Beethoven for Dummies by Ludwig van Beethoven
Blues for Dummies by Lonnie Brooks
Blues Guitar For Dummies by Jon Chappell
Blues Guitar Songs for Dummies by Greg Herriges
Christmas Piano Songs for Dummies by Bob Gulia
Classical Guitar For Dummies by Jon Chappell
Classical Music for Dummies by David Pogue
Composing Digital Music For Dummies by Russell Dean Vines
Digital Photos, Movies, & Music Gigabook for Dummies by Mark L. Chambers
DJing for Dummies by John Steventon
Drums for Dummies by Jeff Strong
e-Bass Fur Dummies by Patrick Pfeiffer
Flute For Dummies by Karen Evans Moratz
Guitar All-in-One For Dummies by Jon Chappell
Guitar Basics For Dummies by Jon Chappell
Guitar Exercises For Dummies by Mark Phillips
Guitar for Dummies by Mark Phillips
Hard Rock Guitar Songs for Dummies by Greg P. Herriges
Harmonica For Dummies by Winslow Yerxa
Home Recording For Musicians For Dummies by Jeff Strong
Jazz for Dummies by Dirk Sutro
Mozart for Dummies by Barb Terry
MP3 for Dummies by Andy Rathbone
Music Composition For Dummies by Scott Jarrett
Music Theory For Dummies by Michael Pilhofer
Opera for Dummies by David Pogue
PC Recording Studios For Dummies by Jeff Strong
Piano Exercises For Dummies by David Pearl
Piano for Dummies by Blake Neely
Pop/Rock Piano Hits for Dummies by Hal Leonard
Pro Tools All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies by Jeff Strong
Puccini for Dummies by Barb Terry
Rock Guitar for Dummies by Jon Chappell
Rock Guitar Songs for Dummies by Greg P. Herriges
Rock/Pop Guitar Songs for Dummies by Greg Herriges
Singing for Dummies by Pamelia S. Phillips
Songwriting for Dummies by Jim Peterik
Violin For Dummies by Katharine Rapoport
Windows XP Digital Music For Dummies by Ryan Williams

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