This book is great for guitarists who have learned the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation. Topics include the ii-V-I progression, creating solo lines, altered chord formulas, and comping in different jazz feels such as Latin, swing, ballad, and even funk. Continuing in the format of Beginning Jazz Guitar, every new concept is accompanied by etudes and songs for practice, and every chapter is clearly divided into lessons on harmony and improvisation. Packed with literally hundreds of chord voicings and improv ideas, this book is a must for any serious student of jazz guitar. All music is shown in standard notation and TAB.SINGING. ALONG. WITH. IMPROVISED. LINES. When you improvise, the ideal is to first hear an idea in your head, and then execute it. ... Many factors contribute to this: mood, distractions, music being played, the level of musicianship in the band and how you are feeling that day, to name a ... Having this perspective will improve your playing and give you a realistic view of where you stand as an artist .
|Title||:||Complete Jazz Guitar Method: Intermediate Jazz Guitar|
|Publisher||:||Alfred Music -|