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    Challenge yourself with the iconic hit track “Diamonds and Pearls” by the great Prince and The New Power Generation. Originally released in 1991 on the album of the same name, “Diamonds and Pearls” is a fantastic upbeat ballad with edgy rock ’n roll overtone. The iconic tune was an instant success, reaching the number three spot in the US. What you get:
    • A 25-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    My arrangement of this stunning tune is a fantastic challenge for those wanting to expand their repertoire. Released in 2002, ‘Game of Love’ is a well-known song by classic rock group Santana. We’ll move through this relatively complex arrangement one section at a time, beginning with the introduction. Once you’ve got a hold of each part, you can move on to the next. The final product is a moody, seductive arrangement ideal for any guitarist’s growing song base. What you get:
    • A 45-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    I had an absolute ball putting this upbeat arrangement together, and I know you will have lots of fun learning it. Released in 1969 on The Beatles iconic album Abbey Road, ‘Here Comes the Sun’ is one of the most well known pop songs of all time. In the video lesson, we’ll go through the song step-by-step, starting with the intro, verse, and chorus, and finishing with the break or bridge. Then, we can put the whole thing together. What you get:
    • A 35-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    Exploring my unique arrangement of this beloved song is a fantastic way to develop your guitar playing to the next level. Released in 1971, “Imagine” by ex-Beatle John Lennon is one of the world’s most recognisable songs. With a sweet melody and peaceful message, magazine Rolling Stone ranked it as number 3 in its coveted 500 Greatest Songs of All Time list. Although the original recording is in the key of C, I have composed my arrangement in the key of E. For a solo guitar piece, I believe the key of E produces a more well-rounded sound. What you get:
    • A 25-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    Fan of John Lennon and The Beatles? Add this iconic and evocative tune to your guitar repertoire. Released in 1971 on the much-loved album Imagine, ‘Jealous Guy’ is one of the most covered songs by the great John Lennon. When putting together this guitar rendition, I tried to capture the incredible piano fills by Nicky Hopkins. This gives the piece extra depth; it’s a lot of fun to play. What you get:
    • A 20-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    Ready to get your groove on? Have a bit of fun with this Stevie Wonder classic. Released in 1973, this incredible tune soared to number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and peaked at number 1 on the R&B chart. Later, Rolling Stone ranked “Living for the City” at number 105 on their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time list. What you get:
    • An in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    If you’re a fan of classic rock, this Boston tune is a must-have in your guitar repertoire. Released in the heyday of classic rock in 1976, ‘More Than a Feeling’ is a much-loved song by American band, Boston. In 1999, VH1 named this iconic track the 39th greatest hard rock song of all time. This arrangement is a lot of fun to play, and the final piece is quite fast and impressive. What you get:
    • A 25-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    This stunning arrangement of Extreme’s ‘More Than Words’ is perfect for both guitar players and singers. Released in 1990, Extreme’s hit song soared to number one on the US Billboard’s Hot 100. Due to popular demand, the band played this inspiring rock ballad at every one of their live shows. Although my arrangement was written as an instrumental, all the parts are there for you to use this as an accompaniment piece to vocals. You’ll just need to repeat the verse and chorus sections. What you get:
    • A 35-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    What better way to kick start your guitar repertoire than with one of the best-known songs of all time. ‘My Girl’ is The Temptation’s signature hit, released way back in 1964 for Gordy, the Motown record label. My original arrangement of this iconic tune is ideal for those just starting out. If your technique isn’t that developed yet, you should be able to get your fingers around this simple piece. What you get:
    • A 20-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    Up for a challenge? This insanely popular Ed Sheeran tune is the perfect addition to any contemporary guitarist’s repertoire. Released in 2017, Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ became a world-wide sensation. The song peaked at number-one on the charts across 34 countries, including Australia, the US, and the UK. Later, it became the best-selling song of 2017. If you’re up for a workout, this arrangement won’t disappoint. What you get:
    • A 20-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    My beautiful arrangement of this much-loved classic is sure to please audiences young and old. “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” is a stunning song composed by Harold Arlen and written by E.Y. Harburg for Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale in the 1939 film, “The Wizard of Oz”. My unique rendition of this iconic tune is not too hard, but does contain some difficulties that may take a few tries to work through. To help with this, we’ll break down the song into a few distinct sections before putting the whole thing together in our final performance. What you get:
    • A 27-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music
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    You and your audience will adore this moving rendition of one of the most famous songs of all time. ‘Tears in Heaven,’ written by Eric Clapton and Will Jennings, was originally released on the soundtrack for the film Rush in 1991. This is a great arrangement to learn if you’re interested in singing along or having a singer jam with you. What you get:
    • A 45-minute, in-depth video lesson with Steve Flack
    • Original standard notation sheet music
    • Original tablature sheet music