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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

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ISBN 0-7390-2155-9
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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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