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Shapes, Patterns & Lines for Jazz Guitar

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Published by Guitar Master Class Pub. .
Written in English


  • Jazz,
  • String instruments,
  • Techniques of music,
  • Art / Instructional

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11087058M
ISBN 100786676728
ISBN 109780786676729

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  Shapes, Patterns and Lines for Jazz Guitar by Jim Ferguson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.   Jazz theory builds on the fundamentals of music and lays the foundation for how jazz is constructed. These fantastic books for jazz theory can be applied anywhere, but nearly all of them are specifically designed for guitar which means that not only will the methods behind it be explained, but they will also illustrate the shapes and patterns that are exclusive to the instrument as well. If you want to be able to play 90% of all jazz songs ever written (that’s just a rough guess) these 16 shapes (2 x 8) will get you by. Jazz Chord Labels and Variations Given that this lesson is designed to be a practical guide to playing jazz chords, we should spend some time looking at how the chords that we have covered at are actually.   Using Pentatonic patterns as your melodic shape or pattern with rhythmic pattern and shapes you can use the the harmony to help create melodic line with those Targets. The above Dominant Pentatonic pattern is very guitar friendly shape for creating, developing your melody. Melodies imply harmony, whether played or not.

play different chord shapes and voicings up and down the neck of the guitar. Think of this guide as sampling of what chords and shapes are available on the guitar. It’s like an artist filling his palette with a multitude of colors so that he has options when it comes time to paint. For simplicity, all examples will be written in the key of G. This book together with Mr. Berle's Chords and Progressions for Jazz and Popular Guitar are the two best intermediate books I have seen in 50 years of "messing" with guitar. At 70 I am patiently working through these books. They are systematic and progressive. Each step builds on the previous and advances you through the s:   Complete Course In Jazz Guitar (Books 1 & 2) – Mickey Baker Complete Course In Jazz Guitar. This book was written in , and the fact that Mickey Baker’s Complete Course In Jazz Guitar is still in print today is testament to its quality. There is no TAB, and again, this is not a book for the complete beginner. The worldwide leader in jazz improvisation educational materials for over 50 years! Jamey Aebersold Jazz® does not accept liability for incorrect spelling, printing errors (including prices), incorrect manufacturer's specifications, or grammatical inaccuracies in any product included in the Jamey Aebersold Jazz® catalog or website.

Jazz Lines, Licks, and Phrases with a Blues Orientation a la Wes Montgomery, Pat Martino, George Benson and More. By Lucky Elden. This book gets straight to the point -- learn jazz by playing jazz, not scales and arpeggios. Contains over 40 lines, licks and phrases. You will learn how to build your own lines, connect lines to create phrases, and. Buy Shapes, Patterns and Lines for Jazz Guitar by Jim Ferguson from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ The first example is recorded by Mark Lettieri, who along with being one of the finest solo guitar players in the world, plays for the jazz fusion grammy award winning band Snarky Puppy. Mark L. The second example is from my good friend and incredible player Kristof Neyens. Kristof. The third example is played by myself Simon Pratt. Me. This one explores the melodic possibilities of the II-V progression that inhere within the limits of single positions. Ferguson got me off the ground and going with his "All Blues Soloing for Jazz Guitar" and I've been a fan ever since. "Shapes, Patterns, & Lines" is focused, succinct, and utterly usable/5.