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By Scott Henderson

ISBN-10: 0793558840

ISBN-13: 9780793558841

Artist Transcriptions comprises note-for-note transcriptions for guitar and bass. 10 items from 3 albums, in addition to creation and function notes via Henderson himself. Titles comprise: Black Cherry * The Crawling Horror * Root foodstuff * Torque * and extra.

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