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  1. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 3 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    Here's the bridge and last verse. <br/><br/> I play it slightly slower than this, as it's a wistful tune, and a bit more freely with the odd hesitation. It's actually very nice and people like it! <br/><br/> In performance I extend it...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  2. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 15 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    Then you're back into the verse again which ends on the C6 as before. <br/><br/> When I play the tune I play the bridge twice using the C6 - E7#9 as a lead in. The last time I play C6/C9 and play the FM7/F#o section again with a '...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  3. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 12 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    The bridge is in Am and all the chords are standard to that key, namely Am, Dm7, Bm7b5 and E7. <br/><br/> The tune is a little more jumpy because the bridge should have a different feel to the verses. If the verses are complex, m...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  4. TRIBUTE TO GEORGE M. SMITH (#6232) - Page 2 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    This page of tab is for listening.
    Jazz · Advanced · 8258 Hits · 4.50/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 5/18/2004
  5. B MINOR TRIAD & ARPEGGIO POSITIONS (#7885) - Page 5 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
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    Jazz · Intermediate · 15602 Hits · 4.87/5 (15 ratings) · Last modified: 5/6/2012
  6. E MINOR TRIAD & ARPEGGIO POSITIONS (#7842) - Page 5 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
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    Jazz · Intermediate · 4587 Hits · 2.00/5 (1 rating) · Last modified: 4/10/2004
  7. MAKE MY DAY - An Original Tune (#6312) - Page 2 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
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    Jazz · Advanced · 8115 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 3/7/2004
  8. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 14 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    The next part repeats the beginning of the bridge and then hops to an FM7 - E7 - Dm7 - G7, going back into verse again. <br/><br/> The point is, as ever, keep it simple. You don't need clever acrobatics to produce an effective tun...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  9. Walking Bass Lines For Guitar (#7168) - Page 1 by Richard Marchman (85)
    I DID NOT CREATE THIS LESSON, I found it in an old issue of Guitar One and it's pretty intersting so I posted it. <br> Play the bass notes with the fleshy part of your thumb to get that nice sound. Play it through once or ...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 5985 Hits · 4.00/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 10/29/2003
  10. Comp-ilation (#2806) - Page 6 by Robert Strait (6660)
    Here is an arrangement of an accompianment pattern for the tune, "All Blues". This type of pattern could be used in a solo or duo setting where no bass player would be present (the bass line is covered by the guitar a...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 14449 Hits · 5.00/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 4/23/2001
  11. T.A.R.I.A.G. An Original Song (#5977) - Page 4 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
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    Jazz · Intermediate · 6643 Hits · 5.00/5 (1 rating) · Last modified: 8/4/2004
  12. TRIBUTE TO GEORGE M. SMITH (#6232) - Page 3 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 8258 Hits · 4.50/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 5/18/2004
  13. Comp-ilation (#2806) - Page 8 by Robert Strait (6660)
    Finally, let's pull out all the stops on "Ladybird"! (also from <A HREF="http://www.wholenote.com/cgi-bin/page_view.pl?l=2 536&p=1&a=0">Comping: Bass Lines w/ Chords</A>) <br/><br/> Thanks for tuning in (and for letting me pr...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 14449 Hits · 5.00/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 4/23/2001
  14. Comping: Bass Lines W/ Chords (#2536) - Page 4 by Robert Strait (6660)
    Lastly, here is a one chorus arrangement which will take the concept even further. I've done a lot in this little example, including reharmonize, use b5 substitutions, add more color to the basic chords, use chromatic and dom...(more)
    Jazz · Advanced · 61545 Hits · 4.69/5 (91 ratings) · Last modified: 8/8/2001
  15. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 10 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    So you can see it started with a very ordinary chord progression done a hundred times before in folk, blues and country songs which became a jazz standard with 'I got Rhythm' and its bebop variations. <br/><br/> C - G7 - C - C7 <...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  16. 12 Tone Bebob Line (#9562) - Page 1 by Obee Obier (4521)
    This 12 Tone Row (12Ton Reihe - the original German Term) is designed for the use over dominant sevenths chords. A C# C(like an -7#9) Bb(b9) B D F# Eb(b5) F E G G#(G-G#-A like the bebop scale) A
    Jazz · Advanced · 36913 Hits · 4.30/5 (33 ratings) · Last modified: 7/22/2005
  17. WHITHER YOU WILL BE - An Original Tune (#5691) - Page 6 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    Page 6 through 13.. Set up to avoid breaking the middle of the page when printed out.
    Jazz · Advanced · 10957 Hits · 4.64/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 3/23/2004
  18. Chord Fragment Soup (#2551) - Page 3 by Robert Strait (6660)
    This next example is a harmonized major scale using fragments. Work thru the chord diagrams which includes the bass notes. Then, listen to the sequence. The first time up the scale you will hear the full three note cho...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 22442 Hits · 4.76/5 (21 ratings) · Last modified: 4/13/2001
  19. Juggin' It (#7315) - Page 1 by Anthony Ridi (2010)
    This lesson was created to aid those students of mine in their guitar examination. For all those who like this piece of music, then enjoy.
    Jazz · Intermediate · 3568 Hits · 4.20/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 12/5/2003
  20. Walking Bass Lines For Guitar (#7168) - Page 2 by Richard Marchman (85)
    No that we've got that out of the way. Here's where it gets fun. Think of these chord shapes while your playing...<br><br> cho|x|6|5|6|6|x|Eb9|cho cho|3|x|3|4|5|x|G13|cho cho|x|7|9|7|11|x|E7#11|cho
    Jazz · Intermediate · 5985 Hits · 4.00/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 10/29/2003