By Jim Ferguson
Destined to develop into a vintage, this booklet is the usual results of not just years of enjoying jazz guitar but in addition of the author's lengthy institutions with many cutting edge jazz guitarists. This entire consultant is without doubt one of the first jazz the right way to concentration solely at the blues idiom and its contribution to jazz improvisation. it truly is designed that can assist you play authoritatively in a wide spectrum of jazz guitar settings from huge band to small combinations to a solo context. This publication is split into four sections which addresses 12-bar blues progressions, 3-note Freddie Green-type chords, shuffles, swing riff comping, chord scales, linear bebop comping, modal innovations, triads over bass notes and a wealth of chord voicings and inversions. contains over one hundred ten song examples, forty five entire 12-bar choruses, and a CD with 30 tracks. It additionally bargains a precious thesaurus of jazz terminology. Written in commonplace notation and tablature.
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