Beginning Jazz Guitar

by Jody Fisher

Alfred

Description The book covers, 1 chords & harmony 2 improvising 3 constucting larger chords
Posted By LORNA MOONE (255)
Directory Books/Tab: Theory/Fundamentals
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On 3/11/2002, Tom Cavanagh (2608) posted:
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This is a great book. If the student applies himself and really learns the twelve major scales, constructing them on paper, away from the guitar, as the author suggests early on in the book then the material on intervals, triads, larger chord construction, the harmonized major scale, diatonic improvisation and modes will be much more easily understood. The fundamental jazz concepts covered are clearly explained in a well-organized manner. I highly recommend this book.
Suitable for beginner guitarists
On 1/4/2002, LORNA MOONE (255) posted:
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This is good for those who don't play jazz. It will give the ability to expand and be more diverified.

It has a Cd that you can play alond with, with or with out the guitar part.
Suitable for beginner guitarists