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One of the most monumental rock bands ever; AC/DC; return with their 15th album; Rock Or Bust; the first without founding member and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young. This matching folio features accurate arrangements of all 11 songs; including the lead single Play Ball; for guitar tab with full lyrics.Ever since bursting onto our airwaves in the 1970s; Australian group AC/DC have brought their unique brand of foot-stomping; power-chord-strumming hard rock to international acclaim. This book of AC/DC guitar tabs features every anthemic tune from their album Rock Or Bust; including Play Ball; Rock Or Bust and Dogs Of War.AC/DC immediately won the hearts of rock fans across the globe with a winning formula; straight-up rock drumming; powerfully catchy riffs from guitarist brothers Angus and Malcolm Young; and some gravity-defyingly high vocals from lead singer Bon Scott; whose duties were taken over by Brian Williams; who appears on this album at almost 70 years old; his vocal performance as powerful here as it was on their seminal 1980 album Back In Black.The real main ingredient of AC/DC's recipe; though is the guitar-work of Angus Young; often named as one of the greatest ever; and with our Rock Or Bust guitar tabs; you can learn each chunky riff and every one of those Marshall-flavoured licks exactly as Young plays them on the record. Featuring blues-inspired riffs; power-chords galore and solos that rival any other rock band; the guitar work on Rock Or Bust is not just your run-of-the-mill rock guitar. If you are looking for a masterclass in constructing riffs; playing face-melting solos; or simply great hard rock playing; these AC/DC guitar tabs will certainly help you with that.For fans of AC/DC's undoubtedly successful formula of driving rhythms; rocking riffs and innuendo-laden lyrics; this Rock Or Bust guitar tab book will satisfy your desire for more blues-rock and even more of that unmistakeable sound of Angus Young's Gibson SG through a Marshall stack. Critics are loving listening to this album; and we're sure you'll love playing it.