…scat-style singing on the groundbreaking “This Masquerade” and soloing over the famous “On Broadway” vamp. Also included are several virtuoso solo jazz and blues guitar performances by Benson himself – further proof, if it were needed, of his total mastery of jazz guitar. 1 hour, 3 minutes.
This book contains discussion, exercises and tunes designed to teach guitarists how to play solo arrangements with chords, bass lines and melodies. With an introduction.
Jazz guitar master Joe Diorio embraces the true exploratory experience of jazz. With over 40 years of experience as a performer, recording artist, and instructor, Joe has worked with such jazz luminaries as Sonny Sitt, Eddie Harris, Ira Sullivan, Stan Getz, Horace Silver, and Anita O'Day. As a…
This volume contains twelve etudes, in both standard notation and tablature. With a foreword, preface, and notes on style and analysis. The CD contains play-along tracks. The etudes are designed to teach the jazz vocabulary of bebop.
This series is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz quitarists. Each performance was carefullly chosen, transcribed, and recorded at two speeds. Learn the best lines of the masters.
This book presents transcriptions and discussion of twelve great solos by guitarists such as Jim Hall, John Scofield, Pat Martino, Mike Stern, and more. Contents: All The Things You Are -- Billie's Bounce -- Days Of Wine And Roses -- Dewey Square -- Donna Lee -- How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is…
This book starts with 11 lessons on chord melody concepts, then uses 20 familiar standards to demonstrate these techniques
This book contains discussion and examples on topics such as scales, chords, progressions, voicings, comping, solos, and more. With an introduction and index. Includes access to online audio.
A setp-by-step breakdown of the styles and techniques of Tal Farlow, Grant Green, Jim Hall, Barney Kessel, Pat Martino, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass and many more.
Transcriptions in standard notation and tablature of performances by Pizzarelli of more than 30 jazz standards. Includes 2 CDs of performances` and a biographical note.
This book discusses various ideas and concepts which can help make an effective jazz solo, such as arpeggios, double stops, dynamics, octaves, pedal tones, repeatable motifs, side-slipping and much more. With a foreword and CD of audio examples.
This useful reference book presents a wide variety of chords and voicings for use by jazz guitarists. Each chord is given in standard notation, tablature, and as a chord box. With an introduction and note on the author.
Transcribed by Jim Bastian and edited by John Alexander. Transcriptions of guitar solos by artists such as George Benson, Grant Green, Pat Martino, Johnny Smith, Jimmy Ponder and Peter Bernstein. With an introduction and discography.
This book discusses both the Latin Guitar as an instrument, and the style of music commonly known as Latin. Includes sections on general ideas, technical exercises, Rasgueados, and rhythm playing, as well as a collection of pieces. With biographical notes.