Jazz Improvisation For Guitar

Mel Bay Jazz Scales for Guitar  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at April 6, 2015
Mel Bay Jazz Scales for Guitar

Mel Bay Jazz Scales for Guitar by Corey Christiansen
English | Feb 5, 2001 | ISBN: 0786656891 | 80 Pages | PDF | 19 MB

This book will teach guitarists how to construct and play the scales and modes used in jazz improvisation. Through the study of these scales, students will expand their musical vocabulary for jazz improvisation. Scales are presented in standard notation, tab, linear diagrams showing the scales intervallic makeup, and fingering patterns. Recordings of the chord progressions and etudes are provided so the student can hear how these scales may be used in real life situations.

100 Ultimate Jazz Riffs for Guitar  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Jan. 9, 2017
100 Ultimate Jazz Riffs for Guitar

100 Ultimate Jazz Riffs Guitar Gordon Bk by Andrew D. Gordon
English | 13 Jan. 2005 | ISBN: 1882146077 | 63 Pages | PDF (True) | 6.06 MB

100 Ultimate Jazz Riffs for Guitar by Andrew D. Gordon & Joe De Sa consists of, as the title suggests, 100 Jazz riffs based on common chord progressions used in jazz such as the II-V-I, III-VI-II-V etc. There are five separate sections: Jazz Swing, Jazz Ballad, Jazz Funk, Jazz Waltz and Latin Jazz.

Jazz Riffs For Guitar  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Aug. 26, 2015
Jazz Riffs For Guitar

Jazz Riffs For Guitar by Yoichi Arakawa
English | July 1995 | ISBN: 089524943X | 30 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Learn the coolest bop, fusion and swing riffs, licks, turnarounds and solos in the style of the jazz world's greatest guitarists, such as Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Pat Metheney, and John Scofield. Included in this book/audio package are performance notes, tablature, and standard notation for all 45 examples.

Jazz Classics for Guitar Tab  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at June 6, 2015
Jazz Classics for Guitar Tab

Jazz Classics for Guitar Tab by Hal Leonard Corp.
English | Apr 1, 2015 | ISBN: 1480394440 | 104 Pages | EPUB/AZW3 | 8.97 MB/9.12 MB

Modern Method for Guitar with Frank Vignola's  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ParRus at Oct. 10, 2015
Modern Method for Guitar with Frank Vignola's

Modern Method for Guitar with Frank Vignola's
(.mp4) in an interactive shell | English | MP4 + MP3 jam tracks + PDF tabs | 720 x 406 | AVC ~966 Kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 128 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 574 minutes | 5.18 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson

Modern Method is far more than a guitar course–as the name implies, it's a completely modern new method for playing the guitar. Although Modern Method has been created by one of the great jazz guitarists of our time, the techniques Frank Vignola shares here are highly applicable to any style of guitar playing. The principles and concepts work as well for rock and metal as they do for the most complex jazz.

TrueFire - Modern Jazz Improvisation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ParRus at Sept. 9, 2015
TrueFire - Modern Jazz Improvisation

TrueFire - Modern Jazz Improvisation
(.flv) in an interactive shell | English | 640 x 360 | AVC ~872 Kbps | 29.970 fps
MP3 | 128 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | ~3 hours | 1.4 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson, Jazz (2015)

Jazz guitar is a wide open place where innovation, interpretation and experimentation run rampant. All of the rules are meant to be broken and the music is played in the moment. One player's ceiling is another player's floor and you can study the form for years and still be nowhere. All this is why we love it so. Jazz is also a highly subjective art form where beauty clearly is in the "ears" of the beholder. There's much debate amongst players about virtually every quality of Jazz but everyone seems to agree that the best way to learn jazz guitar is to listen and study with a master.

Jazz Improvisation: Starting Out with Motivic Development  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Aug. 31, 2015
Jazz Improvisation: Starting Out with Motivic Development

Jazz Improvisation: Starting Out with Motivic Development
DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~8075 kbps | English: AC3, 224 kb/s (2 ch) | 00:32:28 | 2.88 GB
Genre: Music

In this master class DVD, Berklee professor and saxophonist Ed Tomassi shows you how to build compelling improvisations out of just a few notes. Tomassi's method makes improvising simple. He demonstrates techniques for creating graceful solos from a two-, three- or four-note riff or motive, and shows how to add depth and variety by stringing several motives together. His system is easy to understand and practice; it will help you develop more interesting, cohesive and creative solos within any form or structure.

A Modern Method for Guitar - Volume 1  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at May 9, 2015
A Modern Method for Guitar - Volume 1

A Modern Method for Guitar - Volume 1
DATA-DVD | MOV/SVQ3, ~605 kb/s | 520x321 | Duration: 2 hours 52 mins | English: MP3, 96 kb/s (1 ch) | + PDF Booklet | 3.74 GB
Genre: Guitar lessons

A Modern Method for Guitar, by William Leavitt, is one of the world's most popular guitar methods. It is the basic text for Berklee College of Music's guitar program. It has stood the test of time and earned a vast and loyal following of dedicated guitar students and instructors for over forty years.

The Barry Harris Harmonic Method for Guitar by Alan Kingstone  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at Jan. 4, 2015
The Barry Harris Harmonic Method for Guitar by Alan Kingstone

The Barry Harris Harmonic Method for Guitar by Alan Kingstone
English | 2006 | ISBN-10: N/A | ASIN: B000Q7B6O6 | 130 Pages| PDF | 33,8 MB
The Wolf Marshall Guitar Method: Basic with Power Studies (Complete Set) (repost)

The Wolf Marshall Guitar Method: Basic with Power Studies (Complete Set)
Publisher: Hal Leonard Co | 1993-94 | ISBN: See List Under Cut | English | PDF+MP3 | Total: 488 pages | 756 Mb

Wolf Marshall is a unique hybrid. He is internationally acclaimed as both a guitarist and educator. Through his many products and publications, Wolf has gained an enormous worldwide following and status usually accorded only to “famed players” in “name bands,” and has been listened to on his recordings by more aspiring fretboard enthusiasts than most so-called guitar heroes. …