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IMPROVISING BLUES GUITAR: AN INTRODUCTION TO BLUES GUITAR STYLES, TECHNIQUES AND IMPROVISATION. CD TABLATURE

LIBRO DI MUSICA PER CHITARRA CON CD E TABLATURE.

Series: Guitar
Medium: BOOK W/CD
224 pages

Improvising Blues Guitar

author: John Wheatcroft
cover design and layout: Adam Hay

An introduction to blues guitar styles, techniques and improvisation

Difficulty: intermediate
Edition: edition with CD
Language: English
224 Pages - Paperback/Soft Cover
ISMN: 979-0-2201-2576-8
ISBN: 978-1-902455-91-4
 

Description

This unique book gives an in-depth insight into blues guitar, from early Chicago Blues, through Memphis and Detroit Blues, the British Blues boom, Jazz Blues and many other blues genres, right up to the blues styles of today’s hottest guitarists.

Focusing on the playing styles of influential guitarists, author John Wheatcroft teaches the basics of blues improvisation and shows how it has developed over the years. Learn how to solo like classic blues guitarists B. B. King, John Lee Hooker and Albert Collins and then move on to find out more about the playing styles of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robben Ford and many others.

Simple step-by-step guides introduce basic techniques, harmony and theory, with demo solos and backing tracks on the accompanying CD.

Content

Contents
Introduction
Welcome to the Blues
How This Book Works
Using the CD
How to Read Fretboard Diagrams

1. Acoustic Blues & The Delta
Key Players
Artist #1: Mississippi Fred McDowell
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
The I–IV–V Chord Progression
Artist #2: Lightnin’ Hopkins
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
The Thumb-Pick
Artist #3: Robert Johnson
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
The Turnaround
Questions, Answers & Blue Notes
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Microtones & ‘Blue’ Notes

2. Chicago
Key Players
Artist #1: Muddy Waters
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Tailing-Off Notes
Artist #2: Hubert Sumlin
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Introduction to Vibrato
Artist #3: Buddy Guy
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Adding Simple Bends
The Advantages of Downstroke Picking
Artist #4: Mike Bloomfield
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Repetitious Extended Phrasing
Rhythm Study

3. Memphis & Detroit
Key Players
Artist #1: John Lee Hooker
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
‘Call & Response’ Phrasing
Artist #2: B. B. King
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Artist #3: Albert King
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Outrageously Wide String Bending
Artist #4: Robert Cray
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Staccato Phrasing & Popping the Strings
Rhythm Study

4. Early Texas Blues
Key Players
Artist #1: T-Bone Walker
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Swing
Artist #2: Freddie King
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Riff-Based Soloing
Artist #3: Albert Collins
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Rapid Pull-Offs Using the Thumb
Artist #4: Otis Rush
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Vocal-Like Crying Vibrato
Rhythm Study

5. The British Blues Boom
Key Players
Artist #1: Eric Clapton
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Applying Wide Vibrato to a Bent Note
Artist #2: Jeff Beck
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Emulation of Slide with Vibrato Bar
Artist #3: Jimmy Page
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Advanced Fast Pull-Offs and Wide String Bending
Artist #4: Peter Green
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Expressive Vibrato Technique
Rhythm Study

6. Country Blues & Rock’n’Roll
Key Players
Artist #1: Scotty Moore
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Rock ’n’ Roll Triplets
Travis-picking
Artist #2: Chuck Berry
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Following the Changes
Artist #3: Roy Buchanan
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Harmonizing in 3rds and 6ths
Volume Swells
Artist #4: Danny Gatton
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Advanced Hybrid-Picking
Rhythm Study

7. New Wave Texas
Key Players
Artist #1: Jimmy Vaughan
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Soloing with Chord Fragments
Artist #2: Duke Robillard
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Swing & Jazz Phrasing
Artist #3: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Extreme Dynamics & Expression
Artist #4: Eric Johnson
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Pentatonic Superimposition
Rhythm Study

8. Rock-Hot Blues

Key Players
Artist #1: Jimi Hendrix
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
The Hendrix chord
Artist #2: Gary Moore
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Extreme Vibrato, Palm Muting & Pinched Harmonics
Artist #3: Walter Trout
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Expanding the Pentatonic Palette
Artist #4: Joe Bonamassa
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Large Intervallic Skips via Open Strings
Rhythm Study

9. Jazz Blues
Key Players
Artist #1: Charlie Christian
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Eighth-Note Extended ‘Bop’ Rhythmic Phrasing
Artist #2: Wes Montgomery
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Exclusive Use of the Thumb for Picking
Artist #3: Larry Carlton
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Spelling Out the Changes
Artist #4: Robben Ford
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Tension, Release & ‘Outside’ Playing
Rhythm Study

10. Slide Masters
The World of Slide Guitar
Artist #1: Elmore James
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Intonation & Vibrato
Artist #2: Ry Cooder
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Muting

Artist #3: Duane Allman
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Extending the Range of the Guitar

Artist #4: Sonny Landreth

Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Blues Phrasing Beyond the Box
Rhythm Study

11. Acoustic Blues Revival
Key Players
Artist #1: Bob Brozman
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Incorporating the Slide
Artist #2: Rory Gallagher
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Bass Line Runs & Mixing Approaches
Artist #3: John Hammond
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Fingerpicks, Fingers or Hybrid?
Artist #4: Keb’ Mo’
Checkpoint
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Developing Your Own Voice & Making Improvements. Fast!

12. Conclusion
What Is Feel?
Assignments and Improvisation Tips
Make Your Tone Work for You
Delivering the Package
Suggested Listening
Index
CD Track Listing

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Move To Bremerton
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Reinventing Your Exit
Studying Politics
Top Of The World
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Author: David Bloom

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Arioso
Be Thou with Me
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Bourrée (from Cello Suite No. 3)
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Bourrée (from Violin Sonata No. 2)
Bourrée in E Minor
Chorale (from Saint Matthew Passion)
Come Again from Out the Dark Tomb
The Departure (from The Journey)
Gavotte (from French Suite No. 5)
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Jesu, My Joy
Minuet (from French Suite No. 5)
My Life Is Now Almost Gone
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Not So Sadly, Not So Deeply
O Gloomy Night, When Wilt Thou
One Thing Is Needed, O Lord, This One Thing
Sleepers, Wake
Sinfonia (from Christmas Oratorio)
Sorrow and Regret (from The Journey)
Sheep May Safely Graze
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Author: Don Mock

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Angel
The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp
Crosstown Traffic
Dolly Dagger
Freedom
Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
I Don't Live Today
Machine Gun
Star Spangled Banner (Instrumental)
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Softcover with CD - TAB
Author: Chris Hunt

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ARPEGGIOS FOR THE MODERN GUITARIST, The Complete Guide, Including Theory, Patterns, Techniques. CD TABLATURE

ARPEGGIOS FOR THE MODERN GUITARIST, The Complete Guide, Including Theory, Patterns, Techniques and Applications. CD TABLATURE

Arpeggios for the Modern Guitarist
The Complete Guide, Including Theory, Patterns, Techniques and Applications

Series: Guitar Educational
Format: BOOK W/CD - TAB
Author: Stephen Ross

Using this no-nonsense book/CD pack, guitarists will learn to apply and execute all types of arpeggio forms using a variety of techniques, including alternate picking, sweep picking, tapping, string skipping, and legato. This is not just another arpeggio book, but a methodical approach to expanding your skills as a guitarist – and as a musician!

Inventory #HL 00695862
ISBN: 9780634086090
UPC: 073999265620
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
64 pages

With this no-nonsense book and CD, you'll learn to apply and execute all types of arpeggio form using a variety of techniques, including alternate picking, sweep picking, tapping, string skipping, and legato. This is not just another arpeggio book, but a methodical approach to expanding your skills as a guitarist and as a musician.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Stephen Rogouski (aka Stephen Ross) has been a professional guitarist for eighteen years. His most
recent project, Rogosonic, has released a new CD called Leave the World Alone. Additionally, he has
released a solo album titled Midnight Drive on the highly acclaimed Shrapnel label, appeared on
numerous other notable recordings such as Warmth in the Wilderness, Part II (Lion Music) and The Alchemist
(Liquid Note Records), received praise from several major guitar publications, and contributed guitar
lessons to several online instructional web sites. He currently lives in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey.

PREFACE
My first real jazz teacher was Harry Leahey, who not only was a student of the great Johnny Smith but also
toured with Phil Woods and taught at William Paterson College. He was a legend in the area, and
almost every guitarist worth his or her salt studied with him at one time or another. I recall that my mom
would drive me to his large Victorian house in South Plainfield, New Jersey, for my lessons, and we would
wait in a small room with food and cigarette ashes strewn about while he finished his previous student's
lesson. As we sat waiting, the sound of wonderful bebop licks would emerge from the teaching room.
Usually it would take about ten minutes before the door would spring open and a smiling Harry would
greet us and call me in.
It was in those lessons with Harry that I was first introduced to arpeggios and chord theory. I have always
loved the sound of arpeggios and feel they are an important part of my guitar style. Thus I felt compelled to share my insights and ideas by writing this book. I hope you enjoy learning from it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

INTRODUCTION

Why this book?

OK, so here's another book on arpeggios. What makes this one different from the others? Most arpeggio
books I have seen focus primarily on forms with little information on how to play them effectively. In this
book, the forms given are designed around certain techniques such as sweep picking, alternate picking, legato
playing, two-hand tapping, and multi-finger tapping. If you can play one form well using one particular technique,
you should not have too much trouble playing the other forms well using that same technique.
 
Prerequisites
Many musicians think of arpeggios as an intermediate to advanced topic-and they're right! To use this book
effectively, you should understand what scales and modes are, know how to play and transpose them in
different keys, understand basic chord theory, and have some knowledge of meter and rhythm.
 
Methodology
An arpeggio book must teach the student arpeggio forms and show how to execute and apply them. The challenge
in creating a successful text is carefully blending and balancing these topics.
 
1. Learning arpeggio forms: To learn arpeggio forms effectively, they must be organized in a
structured and logical manner. This book organizes arpeggios by tonality and harmonic complexity.
The tonality of the arpeggio is simply designated as major, dominant, minor, diminished,
or augmented. Harmonic complexity is closely related to the number of notes in the
chord formula; for example, a Gmaj13 arpeggio is considered more harmonically complex
than a G major.
To make memorizing arpeggio forms easier, forms that are harmonically complex are sometimes
built by stacking basic forms; for example, seventh arpeggios, which have four-note
chord formulas, can be built by stacking three-note triad forms. This approach is utilized
quite frequently throughout the text.
 
2. Playing arpeggio forms: This book integrates practice tips and execution notes throughout
each chapter. Techniques covered in this book include alternate picking, sweep picking, hammer-
ons and pull-offs, two-hand tapping, and string skipping.
 
3. Application: Integrating arpeggios into your playing style is the part of the process that
takes the longest amount of time, but is also the most rewarding. By the time you are finished
with this book, you should be well on your way to integrating the arpeggio forms illustrated
in this book as well as your own into your playing style
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
 ABOUT THE AUTHOR & PREFACE
 INTRODUCTION
 HOW TO PRACTICE ARPEGGIOS
 CHAPTER 1: Triad Arpeggios
 CHAPTER 2: Seventh Chord Arpeggios
 CHAPTER 3: Extended Chords (9ths, llths, and 13ths)
 CHAPTER 4: Altered Dominant Arpeggios
 CHAPTER 5: Octave Arpeggios
 CHAPTER 6: Tapping Arpeggios
 CHAPTER 7: Arpeggios and String Skipping
 CHAPTER 8: Key Transposition
 CHAPTER 9: Arpeggio Examples
 GUITAR NOTATION LEGEND
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JAZZ-ROCK TRIAD IMPROVISING FOR GUITAR, Jean Marc Belkadi. Mus. Inst. CD TABLATURE
50 LICKS AND LESSONS FOR CREATING RED HOT LEAD PHRASES

Jazz-Rock Triad Improvising for Guitar
Series: Musicians Institute Press
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Jean Marc Belkadi

In this “private lesson,” MI instructor Jean Marc Belkadi reveals the secrets to creating interesting, over-the-top, red-hot licks and lead phrases! He covers: modal and tonal usage, triad substitution and superimposition techniques, and much more. The book is in standard notation and tab, and the CD features 50 full-band tracks.

Inventory #HL 00695361
ISBN: 9780634001581
UPC: 073999953619
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
24 pages

PRIVATE LESSONS

JAZZ-ROCK TRIAD IMPROVISING for Guitar
50 LICKS AND LESSONS FOR CREATING RED HOT LEAD PHRASES

Jean Marc Belkadi reveals the secrets to creating interesting, over-the-top phrases.

- CD Includes 50 Full-Band Tracks
- Modal and Tonal Usage
- Triad Substitution and Superimposition Techniques
- Standard Notation and Tablature

ISBN 0-634-00158-2

 

Introduction
In contemporary music, the use of triads is an important element in improvisation and composition.
They are as prevalent as scales, modes, arpeggios, rhythms, and intervallic ideas.
Like scales and modes, triads can be substituted in tonal and modal music. They can also be
superimposed, creating bitonality or polytonality. Superimposed triads give us synthetic scales
such as hexatonic (6 note scales = 2 triads), or nonatonic scales (9 note scales = 3 triads).
What Is a Triad?
A triad is a three-note chord made up of a root, third, and fifth. There are four triad families:
Major triad: 1-3-5
Minor triad: 1-b3-5
Diminished triad: 1-b3-b5
Augmented tri ad: 1-3-# 5
Of course, in everyday applications triads are played with different inversions:
Root position
1-3-5

Inversion possibilities
3-5-1, 5-1-3, 3-1-5, etc.

Sometimes triads are played with one degree dispersed an octave higher:

regular triads
open triads

This dispersement procedure creates what is referred to as an open triad, and can be applied
to minor, diminished, and augmented triads, as well as major.

Triad Substitution
Triad substitution is where one triad is substituted in place of another. One of the most common
is flat-five-or tri-tone substitution. This is when a triad a flat-fifth degree (tri-tone) away is
substituted for a chord. For example: instead of playing a G major triad over a G7 chord, a Db
major triad (Db is a flat-fifth away from G) is "substituted."

Triad Superimposition
Triad superimposition is where two or more triads are played one after the other, creating a
"dispersed scale" effect of bitonality or polytonality. Of course all triads can be substituted or superimposed
in both tonal and modal music, either using the single-note approach or voiced in chord form.
 

About this Book
The purpose of this book is to help you to create your own ideas using triad concepts. It is
divided into two parts: tonal music (II-V-I chord progressions, Chapters 1 and 2) and modal
music (Chapters 3 and 4). Keep in mind that the examples do not follow a specific order
of difficulty; you can jump in anywhere and work with the licks you like best. You also might want
to listen to the CD first to locate the examples that appeal to you the most.

About the Audio
Throughout this book, the numbers in the audio symbols (+) indicate the CD track number
where each example will be found on the accompanying CD.
Each example is played at full tempo, and most are repeated at half speed. In addition, short
introductory phrases (which are not transcribed in the examples) are sometimes included to provide
a better sense of context and to maintain an improvisational feel.

 

Acknowledgments
I wish to give special thanks to Marie-Christine Belkadi, Kevin Holmes for editing assistance, all at Hal Leonard Corporation, Frank Gambale and Mike Stern for their support, Keith Wyatt from Musicians Institution, Steve Blutcher from DiMarzio, HHHrrernst Homeyer for his good advice, Marco Biasella and Pierre Pichon for letting me use their equipment, Alain Lasseube-Le frere
Gagarine, Olivier Hermitant for his friendship, and Chris Jero of Yamaha.
This book is dedicated to my dear Grandma, Georgette Bach.

About the Author
Jean-Marc Belkadi started playing guitar at age 14. He graduated from the Toulouse Music
Conservatory in his hometown. In 1984, he left France for the U.S. to study at Musicians
Institute in Los Angeles where he received the Best Guitarist of the Year award.
In 1989 and 1992, he was awarded third and second prize at the Billboard Song Contest.
For three years, he was musical director of the Johnny Hune TV show. He has written three guitar
method books-A Modern Approach to Jazz, Rock, & Fusion Guitar, The Diminished Scale for
Guitar, and Advanced Scale Concepts and Licks for Guitar-and has recorded one solo album.

 

Table of Contents
About this Book
About the Audio
Introduction

Chapter 1: Substitution and Superimposition Techniques in Tonal Music
Major Key II-V-I Progressions Using Substitution
Major Key II-V-I Progressions Using Superimposition
Minor Key II-V-I Progressions Using Substitution
Minor Key II-V-I Progressions Using Superimposition
Major Key IImi7b5-V-1 Progressions Using Substitution
Major Key IImin5-V-1 Progressions Using Superimposition
Major Key 117-V-1Progressions Using Substitution
Major Key 117-V-1Progressions Using Superimposition

Chapter 2: Open Triad Techniques in Tonal Music
Major Key II-V-I Progression Using Open Triads .
Minor Key II-V-I Progression Using Open Triads
Major Key Ilmi7b5-V-1 Progression Using Open Triads
Major Key II7-V-1Progression Using Open Triads

Chapter 3: Substitution and Superimposition Techniques in Modal Music
Ma7 Chord Examples
Ma7#11 Chord Examples
Mi7 Chord Examples
Mi(ma7) Chord Examples
Dominant7 Chord Examples

Chapter 4: Open Triad Techniques in Modal Music
Ma7 Chord Examples
Mi7 Chord Examples
Mi(ma7) Chord Examples
Mi6 Chord Examples
Dominant7 and Altered Dominant7 Chord Examples
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Guitar Notation Legend
Note: Track to tune up. 

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