By Jim Ferguson
Destined to develop into a vintage, this e-book is the common results of not just years of enjoying jazz guitar but additionally of the author's lengthy institutions with many leading edge jazz guitarists. This entire advisor is among the first jazz the way to concentration completely at the blues idiom and its contribution to jazz improvisation. it truly is designed that will help you play authoritatively in a extensive spectrum of jazz guitar settings from sizeable band to small mixtures to a solo context. This ebook is split into four sections which addresses 12-bar blues progressions, 3-note Freddie Green-type chords, shuffles, swing riff comping, chord scales, linear bebop comping, modal options, triads over bass notes and a wealth of chord voicings and inversions. contains over a hundred and ten tune examples, forty five entire 12-bar choruses, and a CD with 30 tracks. It additionally deals a priceless thesaurus of jazz terminology. Written in general notation and tablature.
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8. Next, learn chord inversions: learn to play CM7 like (C, E, G, B), (E, G, B, C), (G, B, C, E) and (B, C, E, G). Learn those four positions for every chord, but only after you're comfortable knowing what every chord is, and have Step Four under your belt. Don't scramble your brain. 9. Learn the pentatonic scale of your favourite key. 10. Add in a couple of notes from it into a song you're comfortable with. Add some more, and take some of the originals out. 11. Now learn the blues scale of that same key and mix the two.