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  1. The "sequel" to Vol. 1
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2865 Hits · Posted on 11/7/1999 by Inactive Member
  2. 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)
  3. 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)
  4. Jazz Improvisation by Garrison Fewell (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    A great new book offering an organized approach to creating expressive and melodic jazz solos and accompaniments. Includes CD full of examples etc.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 581 Hits · Posted on 8/1/2005 by Liam McCormack (10)

  5. 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
  6. Jazz Improv (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Quarterly publication featuring contemporary and classic jazz artists, interviews, reviews, lessons, and a free sampler CD with each issue.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 898 Hits · Posted on 7/6/2001 by Tony Cook (2424)

  7. This is one of several books that Coryell has published in the subject of instructional advanced power and fusion jazz. It is an incredibly original and pioneering instructional book. It includes one CD
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 135 Hits · Posted on 12/30/2010 by Zach Rollins (176)
  8. Play What You Hear by Chris Standring (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A complete home study course in jazz guitar improv by Chris Standring
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1216 Hits · Posted on 9/30/2001 by Chris Standring (9)

  9. Six Essential Fingerings by Jimmy Bruno (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A must have to get into the very core of what makes this Philadelphia jazz great tick when he plays.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1328 Hits · Posted on 9/19/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  10. The Bear Comes Home by Rafi Zabor (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A bear -- yep, a bear -- plays saxophone like Coltrane, quotes Shakespeare and has an epiphany during a cross-country tour.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 655 Hits · Posted on 1/17/2001 by Inactive Member
  11. This book covers a number of advanced topics that will inspire jazz guitarists. Areas covered include guide tones, chromaticism, rhythmic motifs, phrasing, development and functional harmony.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1423 Hits · Posted on 10/21/2003 by Tom Cavanagh (2608)

  12. Music theory broken down and analyzed. This book tells you everything you need to know about the theory of soloing over chord types.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 805 Hits · Posted on 8/5/2006 by Robert Frankenburger (90)

  13. The Jazz Theory Book by Mark Levine (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This jazz theory book is easy to read, well organized, incredibly extensive and full of music examples. It starts with chord/scale structures then moves on to improvisational techniques, reharmonization, song form, composition and more.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1018 Hits · Posted on 4/19/2003 by Paul Cabri (1075)

  14. Rochinski writes, "One of the...myths in...formal jazz education is the idea of using chord scales for improvisation". The author clearly demonstrates how to use motives (short melodic ideas) to develop longer phrases to play over harmonic forms.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1596 Hits · Posted on 1/2/2003 by Tom Cavanagh (2608)
  15. The Praxis System by Howard Roberts (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    One of the best, most comprehensive guides through the world of jazz music
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 1737 Hits · Posted on 7/1/1999 by Inactive Member
  16. 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)
  17. Like Micky says, "A modern method in how-to-play Jazz and hot guitar." This book is a classic.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2068 Hits · Posted on 11/7/1999 by Inactive Member
  18. 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
  19. 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)
  20. 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