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  1. All Blues for Jazz Guitar by Jim Ferguson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Covers comping styles, chords, and grooves in a variety of settings -- the big band sounds of Freddie Green, ensemble oriented comping, walking bass lines and chords, and more. In standard notation and tab w/CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 3582 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  2. Complete Jazz Guitar by Fred Sokolow (3.7 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Covers chord construction, chord progressions, chord substitution, scales and their uses, scale substitution, and how to solo in a jazz context. With five complete transcribed solos and CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 3402 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  3. Charlie Parker Omnibook (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    A collection of 60 Parker transcriptions, transcribed by Jamey Aebersold and Ken Slone. 148 pages
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 3263 Hits · Posted on 11/5/1999 by Jeremy Cotton (7938)
  4. Fusion Guitar by Joe Diorio (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The GIT instructor presents straight ahead bebop solos and free jazz solos over standard jazz progressions. In standard notation with chord charts, fingerings and position markings with CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 3104 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  5. Note for note transcriptions of 16 of the gypsy master's solos in standard notation. His technique is also covered as well. 72 pages.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2999 Hits · Posted on 11/9/2001 by WholeNote
  6. The "sequel" to Vol. 1
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2865 Hits · Posted on 11/7/1999 by Inactive Member
  7. Arnie Berle has put together a very good book on Jazz chords and progressions. Included are the 'rules for substitutions', and chord melody playing. Include notation and tab.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2766 Hits · Posted on 4/26/2000 by Steven McPeak (136)
  8. The Advancing Guitarist by Mick Goodrick (4.8 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    Mick lays out all the groundwork for mastering the fingerboard and the psychology of playing in a deep, informative, but always humorous way.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2420 Hits · Posted on 5/20/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  9. Note for note transcriptions of 18 of the jazz pioneer's solos in standard notation. His technique is also covered as well. 72 pages.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2360 Hits · Posted on 6/2/2000 by WholeNote
  10. Covers common progressions, fingerboard organization, scales and tonality, riff structure, patterns, and advanced concepts, using 38 complete solos and hundreds of licks. In standard notation and tab w/CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2349 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  11. How To Improvise by Hal Crook (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    One of the "bibles" for learning both the basic and more advanced concepts of jazz improvisation, and how to practice them...
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2306 Hits · Posted on 4/22/2000 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  12. Explanation of Tal's style covering single-line soloing, harmonizing melody lines, various reharmonization techniques. and special effects. Six transcriptions of solos and tunes are also included.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2280 Hits · Posted on 6/2/2000 by WholeNote
  13. Transcriptions of selections sampling Wes's early work for the Riverside label with Nat and Cannonball Adderley, and the Montgomery Brothers. 68 pages w/CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2276 Hits · Posted on 6/2/2000 by WholeNote
  14. This is a study of the chord progressions of hundreds of jazz standards. By seeing the commonalities and harmonic traits of these progressions, the reader will be able to memorize tunes more easily and start to recognize progressions by ear.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2238 Hits · Posted on 9/4/2002 by Tom Cavanagh (2608)
  15. Guitar Improvising Vol.1 by Vincent Bredice (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This book teaches you note reading, scales, arpeggios, chords, theory... A more or less all in one book.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2227 Hits · Posted on 3/6/2001 by Conny Holtegaard (366)
  16. Ultimate Play-Along for Guitar by Mike Stern (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Mike gives practice tips, soloing suggestions and exercises to help you master a wide range of styles including Straight Eighths, Blues Shuffle, Sixteenth-Note Feel, Jazz-Funk, Pop Ballad, Reggae and Rock. 84 pages in standard notation and tab w/2 CDs.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2220 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  17. Well-structured, step-by-step, intermediate guide to understanding and incorporating jazz improvisation, via the music of Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown, Sonny Rollins and Bud Powell. In standard notation and chord symbols w/CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2218 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  18. Compilation of tunes covering classic ragtime, early jazz blues, novelty jazz instrumentals, New Orleans jazz, Jelly Roll Morton, jazz standards, modern jazz, and contemporary folk jazz. In standard notation and tab w/cassette.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2205 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  19. Bebop Blues by Corey Christiansen (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Applying the jazz language to the blues is covered in this text in standard notation and tab. Written for blues guitarists who want take their blues playing to a new level
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2180 Hits · Posted on 11/11/2000 by Corey Christiansen
  20. Exercises and compositions to help you combine walking bass lines and chords. 59 pages in standard notation and tab w/CD.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2171 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote