LayFlat Sketchbooks, the Los Angeles based art and music book publishing company proudly announces the release of the Tapping Manuscript and Tablature Book Line.
The Chapman Stick has revolutionized the performing guitar industry since 1974. Guitar, Bass and Stick players the world over have stunned their audience with fretboard tapping techniques on a variety of stringed instruments. The new Tapping titles and LayFlat Sketchbooks offer manuscript and tablature for all styles of fretboard magicians.
Featuring tablature for 4,5,6,7,8, 10 and 12 string instruments; Tappers the world-over have been responding to the new line that features 2 different styles of page layout for tappers. Writing out tablature and manuscript for this art has never been easier to write, or easier to purchase.
LayFlat Sketchbooks shares it’s entire music line through the company’s website by offering direct Amazon links for the consumer. The trusted shipping of Amazon offers a guarantee that the buyer will receive their books in perfect condition and in a timely manner.
For page by page details of LayFlat Sketchbook music titles, visit the website.
About LayFlat Sketchbooks
LayFlat Sketchbooks (layflatsketchbooks.com) is an independent publisher. LayFlat produces educational, reference, design, engineering and art materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists. Layflat product titles relate to a variety of artistic and design styles and music interests. LayFlat Sketchbooks is located in Los Angeles, CA and distributes worldwide through Amazon.
Since 2010, LayFlat Sketchbooks has been dedicated to helping keep Music in Schools. The Scholar Line is offered through Amazon at standard wholesale prices for students and teachers to obtain without a wholesale account. By partnering with Amazon, LayFlat product is guaranteed to always be in stock and is available for purchase 24 hours a day.
In addition to creative titles, LayFlat works with independent writers and book designers to bring their literature and product concepts to the public through traditional LayFlat channels.