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JAZZ PENTATONICS-advanced improvising concepts for guitar BRUCE Saunders CD LIBRO TABLATURE

JAZZ PENTATONICS, advanced improvising concepts for guitar. Saunders. CD TAB.

Jazz Pentatonics is for intermediate to advanced players wishing to expand their melodic and harmonic vocabulary. The music is in standard notation as well as tablature and a CD is included in which the more difficult exercises are played at a slower as well as faster tempo. The CD was recorded with live drums, acoustic bass and guitar. All the exercises are included on the CD as well as play-along tracks that enable the student to play with a rhythm section. The book covers the minor 7, dominant 7, minor 7(b5) and major (b6) pentatonics and gives the student many etudes and exercises from which to draw improvisational ideas.

Contents:

Chapter one: minor seventh pentatonic scale
Five perpendicular fingering exercises
Lateral fingerings
Harmonic uses of minor seventh pentatonic
Exercises, Study No. 1
Melodic voice leading introduction
Study No. 2
Practice starting notes

Chapter two: minor seventh flat five pentatonic scale
Harmonic uses of minor seventh flat five pentatonic
Five perpendicular fingerings
Minor ii-V-I patterns
Study No. 3
Ex. 15, delayed application of pentatonic
Ex. 16 Phyrgian chord use

Chapter three: dominant seventh pentatonic scale
Harmonic uses of dominant seventh pentatonic
Combination lateral/perpendicular fingerings
Ex. 18 & 19/major ii-V-I sequences
Study No. 4/F major blues
Study No. 5/C minor blues
Study No. 6/Solarize changes study

Chapter four: major flat sixth pentatonic scale scale
Harmonic uses of major flat sixth pentatonic
Ex. 20 & 21/ii-V-I sequence using skips
Study No. 7/Love changes with skips

Appendix: practice tracks & answer key
Practice track No. 1 Leaves key of G, minor seventh suggestions
Practice track No. 2 Leaves key of Bb, minor seventh suggestions
Practice track No. 3 Love changes, mixed pentatonic suggestions
Practice track No. 4 Solarize changes, mixed pentatonic suggestions
Practice track No. 5 F blues key of Bb, mixed pentatonic suggestions
Pracitce track No. 6 Yesterdaze, mixed pentatonic suggestions
Answer key for page 18
Answer key for page 19

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MOCK DON MASTERCLASS TURNAROUNDS BOOK & CD GUITAR TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA LIBRO

MOCK DON, MASTERCLASS: TURNAROUNDS. Standard I-VI-II-V turnaround -turnaround master melodies -scales for turnarounds -secondary dominant II7 -rhythmic variations -turnaround play-along tracks -jazz-blues play-along tracks. CD TAB.

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REH-JAZZ SOLOS FOR GUITAR-LES WISE LIBRO CD TABLATURE CHITARRA METODO SPARTITI CHORD SOLOING

REH, JAZZ SOLOS FOR GUITAR. Les Wise. CD TABLATURE

REH Pro Licks Book/CD Pack
Series: REH Publications
Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: Barney Kessel
Artist: Joe Pass
Artist: Johnny Smith
Author: Les Wise
Artist: Tal Farlow
Artist: Wes Montgomery

Examine the solo concepts of top jazz guitarists in this info-packed book/CD pack. The CD includes full demonstration and rhythm-only tracks to assist with learning the styles of Kenny Burrell, Jim Hall, Barney Kessel, Pat Martino, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Johnny Smith and many others. The book includes phrase-by-phrase performance notes; tips on arpeggio substitution, scale substitution, tension and resolution, jazz-blues, chord soloing and more; and standard notation and TABLATURE.

Table of Contents:

Introduction .
How to Use This Book .
Before You Begin .
Get in Tune .
Arpeggio Substitutions
(In the style of Wes Montgomery, Johnny Smith, and Jimmy Raney) .

Scale Substitutions
(In the style of Tal Farlow, Joe Pass, Herb Ellis, and Jim Hall) .

Tension and Resolution
(In the style of Pat Martino, George Benson, and Wes Montgomery)

Jazz Blues
(In the style of George Benson, Wes Montgomery, Tal Farlow, and Joe Pass)

Chord Soloing
(In the style of Barney Kessel, Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery, and Ed Bickert)

Virtuoso Guitar
(In the style of Joe Pass, Barney Kessel, and Johnny Smith)

Guitar Notation Legend


Introduction
Hello, and welcome to ProLicks Jazz Solos for Guitar. In this book, I'm going to walk you through six original guitar solos. Each one is based on classic lead (and rhythm) patterns used in jazz and is full of licks and ideas that you'll be able to use in your own playing. We'll cover a variety of styles and techniques-including arpeggios, scales, tension and resolution, blues forms, chord soloing, virtuoso-style fills, and more-giving you a solid foundation in playing and improvising jazz guitar. Many of the styles and techniques in this book are based on the masterful soloing of players like Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Herb Ellis, Tal Farlow, George Benson, and more. You'll be able to listen to me solo using many of their favorite techniques on the accompanying CD, then I'll dissect each and every solo, note for note, so that you can master these styles as well.

How to Use This Book
As you work your way through the solos in this book, you'll discover that there are a lot of short phrases that you can learn, lift out. and use in your own style of playing. In other words, you don't have to learn each solo exactly the way it was played on the CD. You can listen through the entire CD, hear everything that I'm going to play for you, then go back and pick out the phrases you like best. Then you can learn those phrases and incorporate them into your own style of playing. It's good practice to take all of these ideas and then mix them in with what you already know how to play. Of course, there are things to be learned by playing an entire solo: how the solo builds, how to make a transition from one chorus to the next, how to begin and end the whole thing. Those are elements of style that make the phrases fit together so that they actually sound good. But the individual phrases themselves can be picked out and used in practically any jazz solo. With a little tweaking, these phrases can also be used in songs with different tempos and in different keys. In addition to performing the six complete solos on the CD, I'm going to explain each one in depth, phrase by phrase. Each phrase will include Practice Points-detailed directions that will help you understand my note choices and give you ideas for coming up with your own solo phrases over the given chord progressions, using various tricks and techniques. Once you've listened to a solo on the CD, start learning it phrase by phrase using the Practice Points to help you. When you get through, you'll know all the phrases and be able play them along with the solo track or with the rhythm-only track at the end of the chapter-a full-band, minus-guitar track that's also included on the ProLicks CD. Playing along with the rhythm-only tracks will give you an opportunity to get a feel for how your phrasing sounds against a rhythm section and whether or not you're playing correctly. Plus, you can use these tracks to improvise your own jazz solos. Some of the phrases are easier than others. Some are slower; some are faster. Take your time. Practice each phrase as many times as you need to get it right. And most of all, have fun! Tuning notes for reference can be found on track 16 of the CD.

Before You Begin
The guitar sound in jazz is typically clean and warm, with a full-bodied tone and perhaps a touch of reverb. Set your amp clean, roll off the highs, and aim for a smooth, rich tone. The major jazz players almost all use hollowbody electric guitars, such as a Gibson ES-175, Guild Manhattan, or Gretsch White Falcon. But don't worry: If you don't have a hollowbody, you can still play jazz. Many modern jazz guitarists use solidbody guitars and sound just fine.
Also, traditional jazz players don't rely on bends as much as blues, country, or rock players, so they often use heavier gauge strings, which provide a meatier tone. Wound third strings are not uncommon in the jazz world, and while these strings are definitely bend-resistant, they help define the classic jazz guitar tone. Get in Tune First things first: Play Track 16 and tune your guitar to mine. That way, you can play along with the CD and sound great.

Recording Credits
John Shank, engineer
Les Wise, guitar
Craig Fisher, piano
Luther Yuze, bass
Joe Brencatto, drums

Examine the solo concepts of the Masters in this unique Book / CD package !

CD Includes full-demostration and Rhythm-only tracks

Styles of Kenny Burrell, Jim Hall, Barney Kessel, Pat Martino, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Johnny Smith and many others.

phrase-by-phrase performance notes;

tips on arpeggio substitution, scale substitution, tension and resolution, jazz-blues, chord soloing and more;

standard notation and tablature. 

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REH-BEBOP LICKS FOR GUITAR-LES WISE CD LIBRO MUSICA SPARTITI CHITARRA METODO SOSTITUZIONI

REH, BEBOP LICKS FOR GUITAR, Les Wise. CD TAB.

A Dictionary of Melodic Ideas for Improvisation
Series: REH Publications
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Les Wise

Written for the musician who is interested in acquiring a firm foundation for playing jazz, this unique book/CD pack examines the phrases of the masters! Over 800 licks are provided in the styles of Tal Farlow, Pat Martino, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Johnny Smith, and other jazz guitar greats! The book includes standard notation and tablature, and the CD contains note-for-note demonstrations of every lick. 104 pages.

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REH JAZZ CHORD CONNECTION BOOK & CD GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA METODO

REH, JAZZ CHORD CONNECTION. CD

A Systematic Approach to Understanding Guitar Fingerboard Harmony
Series: REH Publications
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Dave Eastlee

This terrific book/CD pack by Dave Eastlee will give you the jazz guitar voicings you need to know, plus the theory behind how they are used in common chord progressions. The CD includes 56 demo tracks of the exercises, which cover: common fingerings and voice leading; common jazz chord progressions; tritone substitution, turnarounds, diminished principles and other important jazz comping tips. In standard notation and TAB. 40 pages

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REH-JAZZ IMPROVISATION FOR GUITAR-Creative Substitution Melodic Soloing Les Wise-CD TABLATURE

REH, JAZZ IMPROVISATION FOR GUITAR, Les Wise. CD TAB.

Series: REH Publications
Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Les Wise

This terrific book/CD by Les Wise will allow you to make the transition from playing disjointed scales and arpeggios to playing melodic jazz solos that maintain continuity and interest for the listener. Topics covered include: tension and resolution - major scale, melodic minor scale, and harmonic minor scale patterns - common licks and substitution techniques - creating altered tension, and more! Features standard notation and tab, and a CD with 35 demo tracks. 32 pages.

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REH JAZZ-ROCK SOLOS FOR GUITAR LIBRO CD TABLATURE Carlton-Ford-Metheny-Scofield-Stern

REH, JAZZ-ROCK SOLOS FOR GUITAR. CD TAB.

Lead Guitar in the Styles of Carlton, Ford, Metheny, Scofield, Stern and more!
Series: REH Publications
Softcover with CD - TAB

Author: Doug Perkins
Artist: John Scofield
Artist: Larry Carlton
Artist: Mike Stern
Author: Norman Brown
Artist: Pat Metheny
Artist: Robben Ford
Author: Steve Freeman

Examine the solo concepts of the jazz-rock masters in this comprehensive book/CD package! You'll get phrase-by-phrase performance notes, plus tips on: improvising with triads; blues fusion; lines for static chords and vamps; atmospheric jazz; double stop improvising; and much more. The book includes standard notation and tab, and the CD features both full-demonstration and rhythm-only tracks.

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THE COMPLETE JAZZ GUITAR METHOD. MASTERING JAZZ GUITAR CHORD/MELODY. CD TABLATURE Jody Fisher

THE COMPLETE JAZZ GUITAR METHOD. MASTERING JAZZ GUITAR CHORD/MELODY. CD TABLATURE

Your guitar becomes the ultimate jazz solo instrument when you master the techniques and concepts in this book. Picking up where the harmony lessons in Intermediate Jazz Guitar leave off, topics include melody and harmony integration, bass line development, chord enhancement, quartal harmonies, and how to arrange a guitar solo. Learn to simultaneously play the harmony, melody, rhythm, and bass parts of any song! Concepts are illustrated with lots of examples to practice, including arrangements of some traditional melodies. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB, and the CD demonstrates the examples in the book. 64 pages.

 


Complete Jazz Guitar Method: Mastering Jazz Guitar, Chord/Melody
By Jody Fisher
Item: 00-14126
UPC: 038081128320
ISBN 10: 0739009575
ISBN 13: 9780739009574
Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & CD
Instrument: Guitar

Your guitar becomes the ultimate jazz solo instrument when you master the techniques and concepts in this book. Picking up where the harmony lessons in Intermediate Jazz Guitar leave off, topics include melody and harmony integration, bass line development, chord enhancement, quartal harmonies, and how to arrange a guitar solo. Learn to simultaneously play the harmony, melody, rhythm, and bass parts of any song! Concepts are illustrated with lots of examples to practice, including arrangements of some traditional melodies. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB, and the CD demonstrates the examples in the book. 64 pages.


The Complete Jazz Guitar Method
Beginning • Intermediate • Mastering Chord/Melody • Mastering Improvisation
JODY FISHER

Alfred, the leader in educational publishing, and the National Guitar Workshop, one of America's finest guitar schools, have joined forces to bring you the best, most progressive educational tools possible. We hope you will enjoy this book and encourage you to look for other fine products from Alfred and the National Guitar Workshop.
Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.


INTRODUCTION
This book is about learning to play in a style we call Chord/Melody. In this style songs are
arranged so the harmony, melody, rhythm and sometimes the bass parts are played simultaneously.
These arrangements can be played alone or, if desired, make it possible for the
guitarist to lead his or her own group. Players who study this style know that it can be one
of the deepest forms of musical self-expression. Also, there are enough concepts to learn
and apply to keep one intrigued for a lifetime.
It has always amazed me that many guitarists just stand there not knowing what to do
when asked to playa song alone. The whole idea behind playing a musical instrument is to
play music -play songs. It seems that most guitarists know the parts of songs they would
play in a band, but if they had to play something as a solo, well, most players would be
stuck.
This book is not for complete beginners. Th: material found here is for the student who
has been studying the information in the first two books of this series, Beginningjazz Guitar
and Intermediate jazz Guitar, or the equivalent. To get the most out of this book you should
be familiar with major scales, chord construction, major chord scales and altered chords.
In the first two books each lesson has two separate sections. The "A" section deals with
chords and harmony while the "B" section covers the topic of single-line improvisation.
This book focuses completely on chord/melody and harmonic concepts. It starts right
where the "A" sections of the Intermediate book left off. (Mastering jazz Guitar Improvisation
starts where the "B" sections in the intermediate book left off.)
While I personally prefer reading musical notation, it is not necessary in order to obtain
maximum results from this book. Examples are written in both standard notation and
tablature. While TAB is effective, it is not nearly as expressive as musical notation. Nonreaders
are missing out on an overwhelming amount of musical and instructional material.
You don't have to be a super sight reader, but the ability to decipher musical notation is
very important. Of course, the better you read music, the better your comprehension
and musicality will be. This will increase your enjoyment.
You may be surprised by the added benefits of becoming proficient in chord/melody playing.
Some of these are: a much greater awareness of harmony, better visualization of
arpeggio shapes, a more sophisticated sense of melody while improvising, and a dramatic
improvement in technique and strength. Also, keep in mind that you may be able to find
employment as a solo guitarist if band gigs aren't available.
After completing this book, you will be able to arrange your own chord/melody tunes and
you will have a deep understanding of chord progressions and harmony. This will allow you
to communicate with other musicians more effectively.
Take your time, practice slowly and have fun!

 


TABLE Of CONTENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR .
INTRODUCTION.

Chapter I

Right-Hand Options .
Pick Style .
Fingerstyle Chords .
Pick and Fingers Technique .

Chapter 2
Lesson I: Recognizing Chord Tones .
Combining Melody and Harmony .
Lesson 2: Guidelines for Arranging .
Lesson 3: Chord Enhancement .
Home on the Range .

Chapter 3
Lesson I: Diads .
Non-Chord Tones .
Blue Bell of Scotland .
Lesson 2: Adding the Non-Chord Tone .
Beautiful Dreamer .
Lesson 3: Voice Leading .
Lesson 4: Passing Chords .
Virginny .
Blues in G ,
Diminished Chords .
Min7b5 (Half-Diminished) Chords .
Blues in F .
Lesson 5: Quartal Harmony .
Single Notes .
Octaves .

Chapter 4
Lesson I: Passing-Chord Approaches .
Enhancing Chord Progressions .
Lesson 2: The 1V-1Approach .
Lesson 3: The V7-1Approach .
Lesson 4: The ii- V7-1 Approach .
Rum and Coke .
Lesson 5: BackcyclingApproaches .
The Alternate Cycle .
Lesson 6: Tritone Substitution Approach .
Lesson 7: The bV7-I Approach .
Lesson 8: The ii-V7 -I and Alternate Cycles .
Lesson 9: Surprise Chords .

Table of Contents

Chapter 5
Lesson I: The Basic Voicings
Simultaneous Chords and Walking Bass Lines
Lesson 2: Bass Lines-ScalewiseApproach
Lesson 3: Bass Lines-Half-StepApproaches
Lesson 4: Bass Lines-Rhyth m
Lesson 5: Bass Lines-ii- V7 -I Patterns
Everything You're Not
Lesson 6: Bass lines-Com biningTech niques
Accompaniment for Everything You're Not.

Chapter 6
Lesson I:
Lesson 2:
Moving Voices
Search ing Out New Yoicings
Symmetrical Chord Movement

Coda
Creating Arrangements
Listen ing to the Greats
Reality Check
ByesvilIe

Track
A compact disc is available for each book in this series. These discs can make learning with these books easier and more enjoyable. This symbol will appear next to every example that is played on the CD. Use the CD to help insure that you are capturing the feel of the examples, interpreting the rhythms correctly, and so on. The Track numbers and Index numbers below the symbols correspond directly to the example you want to hear. Track I will help you tune to the CD. Have fun!

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THE COMPLETE JAZZ GUITAR METHOD INTERMEDIATE CD TABLATURE Jody Fisher chitarra metodo spartiti libro

THE COMPLETE JAZZ GUITAR METHOD. INTERMEDIATE JAZZ GUITAR. CD TABLATURE

This book is great for guitarists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. Topics include the ii-V-I progression, creating solo lines, altered chord formulas, and comping in different jazz feels such as Latin, swing, ballad, and even funk. Continuing in the format of Beginning Jazz Guitar, every new concept is accompanied by etudes and songs for practice, and every chapter is clearly divided into lessons on harmony and improvisation. Packed with literally hundreds of chord voicings and improv ideas, this book is a must for any serious student of jazz guitar. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB, and the CD demonstrates the examples in the book. 96 pages.

Complete Jazz Guitar Method: Intermediate Jazz Guitar
By Jody Fisher
Item: 00-14123
UPC: 038081128290
ISBN 10: 0739021559
ISBN 13: 9780739021552

Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & CD
Instrument: Guitar
This book is great for guitarists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. Topics include the ii-V-I progression, creating solo lines, altered chord formulas, and comping in different jazz feels such as Latin, swing, ballad, and even funk. Continuing in the format of Beginning Jazz Guitar, every new concept is accompanied by etudes and songs for practice, and every chapter is clearly divided into lessons on harmony and improvisation. Packed with literally hundreds of chord voicings and improv ideas, this book is a must for any serious student of jazz guitar. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB, and the CD demonstrates the examples in the book. 96 pages.

INTERMEDIATE JAZZ GUITAR

The National Guitar Workshop's Jazz Guitar Method
FINALLY FOUR COMPREHENSIVE INSTRUCTION BOOKS DEDICATED TO REVEALING THE SECRETS OF JAZZ GUITAR FROM ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING GUITAR SCHOOLS!
All four books are loaded with:
• Examples in standard music notation and TABLATURE
• Full-length songs to practice
• Easy-to-read chord and scale diagrams
Teachers and students alike will love the clearly organized lesson format By Jody Fisher, best-selling author

A CD DEMONSTRATING EXAMPLES IS AVAILABLE FOR EACH BOOK

38081 12829 0
ISBN 0-7390-2155-9
14123 Book and CD

Alfred PublishingCo., Inc.

BEGINNING JAZZ GUITAR
Anyone with a knowledge of basic chords and guitar scale fingerings can dig right in and start
learning to play jazz right away. Spanning from the major scale and basic triad theory all the way
up to extended chords and the modes, this book features a full-length etude or song to go with
every new concept introduced in the book. Beginning jazz Guitar breaks the age-old tradition of
dry, intimidating and confusing jazz books, and provides an actual step-by-step and enjoyable
method for learning to play in this style. Clearly organized into easily mastered segments, each
chapter is divided into separate lessons on harmony or improvisation.

INTERMEDIATE JAZZ GUITAR
This book is great for guitarists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation.
Topics include the ii-V-I progression, creating solo lines, altered chord formulas and "com ping" in
different jazz feels such as Latin, swing, ballad and even funk. Continuing the format of Beginning
jazz Guitar, every new concept is accompanied by etudes and songs for practice, and every
chapter is clearly divided into harmony and improvisation lessons. Packed with literally
hundreds of chord voicings and improv ideas, this book is a must for any serious student of
jazz guitar.

MASTERING JAZZ GUITAR CHORD/MELODY
Learn to play the harmony, melody, rhythm and bass parts of any song simultaneously! Your
guitar will become the ultimate jazz solo instrument when you master the techniques and
concepts in this book. This book picks up where the harmony lessons in Intermediate jazz Guitar
leave off. Topics include integrating melody and harmony, developing bass lines, chord
enhancement, quartal harmonies and arranging a guitar solo. Concepts are illustrated with
lots of examples to practice, including arrangements of some traditional melodies.

MASTERING JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION
Expand the boundaries of your knowledge and improvisation skills with this exciting book,
which picks up where the improv lessons in Intermediate jazz Guitar leave off. Topics include
improvising over altered dominant chords, the diminished scale, the whole-tone scale, targeting
the altered chords, revamping licks, modes of the minor scales and more! Loaded with
easy-to-read scale diagrams and example phrases, this book is packed with essential information
for the improvising jazz guitarist.
 

INTRODUCTlON
Welcome to the second book of a four book series about to playing jazz guitar. The format of this book is the same as Beginning jazz Guitar: each chapter is divided into lessons and each lesson is comprised of two sections. The "A" section of every lesson deals with chord work and harmonic concepts, while the"B" section contains information about single-line improvisation. The CODA section at the end of the book discusses technique and a variety of other areas of interest to jazz guitar students.
To get the most out of this book you should already be familiar with major and minor pentatonic scales, triads and chords with extensions (such as 9ths, I Iths and 13ths), transposition, basic diatonic harmony, the modes of the major scale and melodic patterns. You don't need to be an expert in all of these areas, but a firm grasp of the concepts will certainly help you get through this volume more easily.
This series, Beginning jazz Guitar, Intermediate jazz Guitar, Mastering jazz Guitar: Chord/Melody and Mastering jazz Guitar: Improvisation, covers an enormous amount of material. Be sure to supplement this information with lessons, practice, and other instructional books and video tapes. Also, playing with others is very important for your development.
While the four books in this series progress from elementary ideas to very complex concepts, the more advanced player would benefit by checking out all of them. Even the Beginning book contains some very challenging material. The series is designed so that it can be used as a reference-sort of a catalogue of concepts for jazz guitarists-or as a well organized method to be used with an instructor or on one's own.
I wish you lots of joy as you absorb this information. I hope this book will help you find the self-expression you are looking for through music and the guitar.

A compact disc is available for each book in this series. These discs can make learning with these books easier and more enjoyable. This symbol will appear next to every example that is played on the CD. Use the CD to help insure that you are capturing the feel of the examples, interpreting the rhythms correctly, and so on. The Track numbers and Index numbers below the symbols correspond directly to the example you want to hear. Track I will help you tune to the CD.

 

 TABLE Of CONTENTS

About the Author
Introduction
The "A" Lessons
Chords and Harmony

Chapter I
Lesson IA: The ii-V7-I Progression
Lesson 2A/2B:Diatonic Arpeggios

The "B" Lessons
Improvisation
Lesson IB: Improvising Over
  Diatonic ii-V7 -IProgressions .
Lesson 2A12B: Diatonic Arpeggios .


Chapter 2

Lesson IA: Altered Chords
  Dominant 7th b5 Chords :
  The Closer You Are
Lesson 2A: More Altered Chords
  Dominant 7th #5 Chords
  Funny
Lesson 3A: Altered Chords, Continued
  Dominant 7b9 Chords
  Friendly
Lesson 4A: More Altered Chords
  Dominant 7#9 Chords
  By the Light ofthe Moon
Lesson 5A: Chords with Combined Alterations
Lesson 6A: More Chords with Combined Alterations
Lesson 7A: Other Important Chords and ii-V7-I Fingerings
  Slash Chords
  ii-V7 -I Fingerings

Lesson IB: Practicing Arpeggios .
Lesson 2B: Progressions for Practicing Arpeggios .
Lesson 3B: Creating Lines #1 .
  Spelling Out the Changes .
  Swing Feel .
Lesson 4B: Creating Lines #2 .
  Neighbor Tones Approaching the Root .
Lesson 5B: Creating Lines #3 .
  Neighbor Tones Approaching the 3rd .
Lesson 6B: Creating Lines #4 .
  Neighbor Tones Approaching the 5th .
Lesson 7B: Creating Lines #5 .
  Neighbor Tones Approaching the 7th .

Chapter 3
Lesson IA: Comping Swing Feels
Lesson 2A: Com ping Latin Feels
Lesson 3A: Com ping Funk Feels
Lesson 4A: Comping Ballads
Lesson IB: Major 7th Extensions .
Lesson 2B: Diminished Extensions .
Lesson 3B: Ascending Lines from Chord Tones .
Lesson 4B: Descending Lines from Chord Tones .


Table of Contents

The "A" Lessons
Chords and Harmony

Chapter 4
Lesson IA: Chord Connections
Lesson 2A: Chord Connections #2
  String Set 6-5-4-3
  String Set 5-4-3-2
  String Set 4-3-2-1
Lesson 3A: Chord Connections #3
  Moving Across the String Sets
Lesson 4A: Chord Connections #4
  String Set 6-5-4-3
  String Set 5-4-3-2
  String Set 4-3-2-1

The "B" Lessons
Improvisation

Lesson I B: Learning Licks # I .
  Major Chord Licks .
Lesson 2B: Learning Licks #2 .
  Minor Licks .
Lesson 3B: Learning Licks #3 .
  Dominant Licks .
Lesson 4B: Learning Licks #4 .
  minor 7b5 Licks

Chapter 5
Lesson IA: The Blues Progression
Lesson I B: Soloing Over Blues Progressions .
  C Minor Pentatonic Fingerings .
  C Blues Scale Fingerings .
  C Mixolydian Fingerings .
  Sample Blues Solos .
  Blues Solo #I .
  Blues Solo #2 .
  Blues Solo #3 .

Chapter 6
Lesson IA: Rhythm Changes
  Rhythm
Lesson I B: Soloing Over Rhythm Changes .
  Rhythm Solo.

Chapter 7
Lesson I A: Turnarounds
Lesson I B: Soloing Over Turnarounds.

Chapter 8
Lesson IA: Chord Solo
  Foggy 88
Lesson I B: Single-Note Solo .
  Single Notes in the Mist .

Coda-A Medley of Suggestions and Musical Concepts
  Playing With Good Tone .
  More About Practi cing .
  The Value of Practicing Along a Single String .
  Singing Along With Improvised Lines .
  Listen ing to the Greats .

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THE COMPLETE JAZZ GUITAR METHOD. MASTERING JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION. CD TABLATURE

THE COMPLETE JAZZ GUITAR METHOD. MASTERING JAZZ GUITAR IMPROVISATION. CD TABLATURE

Expand the boundaries of your knowledge and improvisation skills with this exciting book, which picks up where the improv lessons in Intermediate Jazz Guitar leave off. Topics include improvising over altered dominant chords, the diminished scale, the whole-tone scale, targeting the altered chords, revamping licks, modes of the minor scales and more! Loaded with easy-to-read scale diagrams and example phrases, this book is packed with essential information for the improvising jazz guitarist. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB, and the CD demonstrates the examples in the book. 64 pages.

 

Complete Jazz Guitar Method: Mastering Jazz Guitar, Improvisation
By Jody Fisher
Item: 00-14129
UPC: 038081128351
ISBN 10: 0739025910
ISBN 13: 9780739025918

Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & CD
Instrument: Guitar
Expand the boundaries of your knowledge and improvisation skills with this exciting book, which picks up where the improv lessons in Intermediate Jazz Guitar leave off. Topics include improvising over altered dominant chords, the diminished scale, the whole-tone scale, targeting the altered chords, revamping licks, modes of the minor scales and more! Loaded with easy-to-read scale diagrams and example phrases, this book is packed with essential information for the improvising jazz guitarist. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB, and the CD demonstrates the examples in the book. 64 pages.


INTRODUCTION
Guitar students typically spend a lot of time looking around for information that will take
them to a higher level. When I was growing up, it was very difficult to learn how to play
jazz. There were no instructional videos, and the books that were available were just not
very helpful. There were no guitar schools. Most students were self-taught and some
took lessons, but really good teachers were very hard to find. I was lucky-I've had some
great teachers.
Today, there are videos, books, guitar schools, tapes, CDs and very talented teachers all
over the place. But there is still something missing: books that give a complete overview
of what you need to know to become a proficient jazz guitarist. Hopefully, this series fills
that gap.
Any student who starts with Beginning jazz Guitar and proceeds through the entire series
will be exposed to most of what they nee-d to know to play jazz guitar. You will
find some complex subjects in this book, as well as some very simple ideas that you can
start to use immediately. Chapter I begins with a discussion of improvising over altered
dominant chords.
This book is not for beginners. It is for guitarists that have worked through Beginning jazz
Guitar and Intermediate jazz Guitar, or have received the same sort of information elsewhere.
To get the most out of this book you should be proficient with the pentatonic
scales, blues scales, the major scale, diatonic harmony and chord scales, transposition,
diatonic arpeggios, neighbor tones, triads, licks and formulas for extended and altered
chords.
Each lesson in the first two books had two seperate sections. The "A" sections dealt with
harmonic principles and chord work while the"B" sections handled the topic of single-line
improvisation. This entire book concerns itself with single-line improvisation. It starts
right where the "B" sections in the intermediate book left off. Mastering jazz Guitar:
Chord/Melody starts where the "A" sections of the intermediate book left off. You may
want to go through the book in order, or you may want to use it as a sourcebook of
concepts and techniques to investigate in your own way.
The concepts and exercises in this book are intended to inspire you for a lifetime of study
and enjoyment. Since jazz improvisation is an ever expanding field of information, one
never really finishes doing this work. Enjoy the journey.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jody Fisher has worked professionally in virtually all styles of music during his career,
from straight-ahead and contemporary jazz, to rock 'n' roll, country, pop and show tunes.
He taught Guitar and Jazz Studies at the University of Redlands in Southern California and
at the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts (ISOMATA). An active performer in the
Southern California area, he still maintains a private teaching practice, serves on the faculty
of the University of La Verne, and as an associate director of the National Guitar
Summer Workshop's California and Nashville campuses. Jody Fisher is also the author of
the Guitar Mode Encyclopedia, also published by the National GuitarWorkshop and Alfred.

TABLE Of CONTENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR .
INTRDUCTION .

Chapter I-Improvising Over Altered Dominant Chords
Lesson I: The Diminished Scale .
Train
Lesson 2: The Whole Tone Scale .
Once
Lesson 3: The Super Locrian Mode (Diminished Whole Tone Scale) .
Moon .
Lesson 4: Using the Altered Scale Over a ii-V7-1 Progression .
Lesson 5: Targeting the Altered Chords-The Altered Clusters .
Lesson 6: Revamping Licks .

Chapter 2- The Minor Scales and Their Modes
Lesson I: The Melodic Minor Scale .
Lesson 2: The Modes of the Melodic Minor Scale .
Lesson 3: Arpeggios in the Melodic Minor Scale .
Lesson 4: The Harmonic Minor Scale .
Lesson 5: The Modes of the Harmonic Minor Scale .
Lesson 6: Arpeggios in the Harmonic Minor Scale .
Lesson 7: The ii min7b5-V7b9-i min7 Progression .

Chapter 3-Using Arpeggios
Lesson I: Chord Superimposition .
Lesson 2: Melodic Patterns Based Around Arpeggios .
Lesson 3: Melodic Patterns Based Around Chord Shapes .

Chapter 4 -Eight-Tone Scales
The Eight-Tone ii-V7 Scale .
The Eight-Tone IScale .

Chapter 5 ConnectingYour Ideas .
Lesson I:The Chromatic Connection
Lesson 2: Accentuating the Difference Between Keys
Lesson 3: Repeating an Idea in Different Octaves
Lesson 4: Rhythmic Motives
Lesson 5: Melodic Connection
Lesson 6: Diatonic Connection

CODA-A Medley of Suggestions and Musical Concepts
Playing on the Extensions Using Advanced Pentatonics
Playing on the Extensions Using Tones From 13 Chords
PlayingWith Wider Intervals
Octave Disp lacement
Symmetrical Motives

Track. A compact disc is available for each book in this series. These discs can make learning with these books easier and more enjoyable. This symbol will appear next to every example that is on the CD. Use the CD to help insure that you are capturing the feel of the examples, interpreting the rhythms correctly, and so on. The Track numbers below the symbols correspond directly to the example you want to hear. Track I will help you tune to the CD. Have fun! 

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