Aerosmith's Greatest Hits (Guitar Recorded Versions) (Guitar by Aerosmith

By Aerosmith

15 of Aerosmith's top, newly transcribed, edited and engraved! comprises: Angel * again within the Saddle * Come jointly * Dude (Looks Like a girl) * The Hop * final baby * Lightning moves * standard tune and Dance * candy Emotion * stroll this manner * and extra.

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