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Old 01-09-2021, 10:57 PM
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I am mostly a low intermediate player with occasional unexpected jumps into the intermediate realm. Can someone recommend a good introductory book, video or website where I can dip my toes into the Celtic fingerstyle world without feeling overwhelmed right from the start. I don't need absolute beginner level material, but would rather err on the side of easier rather than complex until I see whether I truly enjoy it or not. Much appreciated.
This is a book I've been using for over 15 years.

Jim Tozier's Celtic Guitar Solos

You might find it elsewhere besides Amazon. Jim is a member here also who drops in from time to time. The book is broken up into sections by the tuning used. It comes with a CD and Jim gives you playing tips as well before each tune.
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