Many jazz ensembles are directed by a band director who has been trained in woodwinds, brass, and percussion but with little or no guitar experience. When recruited for jazz ensemble, guitar students often
Soloing is an important part of playing, but practicing alone doesn't always get the creative juices flowing because there is nothing quite like the experience of sitting in with a full band. Since
Contains written and recorded guitar accompaniment to the entire Volume 54: Maiden Voyage CD by Jamey Aebersold. This long-awaited book includes easy-to-read music, chord symbols, and guitar frames
This book contains detailed explanations and exercises on virtually everything a guitarist needs to start playing jazz with others including: different categories of chord voicings, comping tips for being
Guitarists with a knowledge of basic guitar chords and scales can dig right in and learn to play jazz right away. This well-paced, comprehensive method covers everything from basic to advanced techniques.
Mastering Jazz Guitar, now available in standard notation only (no TAB), is ideal for serious students ready to take their playing to the next level. Expand the boundaries of your jazz guitar
Jazz Guitar Lines of the Greats includes 675 transcribed licks and phrases from five of the greatest jazz guitarists of all time: Tal Farlow, Pat Martino, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass and Jimmy Raney!
Learn jazz guitar harmony in a logical, step-by-step way that is always focused on gig-ready applications. The harmony-melody relationship is explored in detail via hands-on examples that start with simple
Building on his success, Corey Christiansen has adapted another classic from the Aebersold series, Volume 3: The ii-V7-I Progression for Guitar. As with the previous adaptations, this one uses