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Mr.Handsome

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With each session.  Session 1 may not have jam along material; I can't remember.  Each session has songs  at the end of it to practice the concepts that you have learned in that session.  The end of session 2 has "Ode To Joy" and "Jingle Bells".  Those are both on CD 1 and "Ode to Joy" is tracks 2, 3 & 4 and "Jingle Bells" is tracks 5, 6, & 7.    I'm currently working Session 13, "Playing the Blues" and at the end of it are "Jamming The Blues" and "Johny's E Blues".  I am working playing along, frustrating myself ;), with Jamming The Blues. 

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In the student guide (main guide not bonus resources). 

It tells you which CD and which track to play with

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Mr. Handsome,

Start using the Jam Along CD's as soon as you can.  They are meant to go along with the concepts that you are learning in the course.  Once you can play the song with a degree of competence then start working with the Jam Along Tracks to get used to playing along with the tempo.

You can also check out the Song Hits course I did.  The songs in the Song Hits course were meant to go along with each sessions material in the Learn & Master Guitar Course as well.

You can see the Song Hits course here... https://www.learnandmaster.com/songhits/

 

Hope this helps.  Learn all you can!

- Steve

 

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