$19.99
Complete Jazz Guitar Method: Mastering Jazz Guitar
By Jody Fisher
Item: 00-40647
UPC: 038081455433
ISBN 10: 0739094432
ISBN 13: 9780739094433
PRICE: $19.99
Series: Complete Method
Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & MP3 CD
Instrument: Guitar
Level: Advanced
Version: Standard Notation Only
Mastering Jazz Guitar---now available in standard notation only (no TAB!)---is ideal for the serious student ready to take their playing to the next level. Expand the boundaries of your jazz guitar knowledge by learning chord/melody and improvisation skills with this exciting book---which picks up where the harmony and improvisation lessons in Intermediate Jazz Guitar leave off. In the chord-melody section, you will learn to play the harmony, melody, rhythm, and bass parts of any song simultaneously. Topics include integrating melody and harmony, developing bass lines, chord enhancement, quartal harmonies, and how to compose a guitar solo. Improvisation topics include playing over altered dominant chords, the diminished scale, the whole-tone scale, targeting the altered chords, revamping licks, modes of the minor scales, and more. Loaded with easy-to-read scale diagrams, sample phrases, and arrangements of traditional melodies, this book is packed with essential information for jazz guitarists looking to master their craft.
TITLE COMPOSER
Lesson 2: Bass Lines---Scalewise Approach
Lesson 8: The ii-V7-I and Alternate Cycles
Lesson 9: Surprise Chords
CHAPTER 5 -- SIMULTANEOUS CHORDS AND WALKING BASS LINES
Lesson 1: The Basic Voicings
Lesson 3: The V7-I Approach
Lesson 3: Bass Lines---Half-Step Approaches
Lesson 4: Bass Lines---Rhythm
Lesson 5: Bass Lines ii-V7-I Patterns
Everything You're Not
Lesson 6: Bass Lines---Combining Techniques
Lesson 1: Chord Superimposition
Lesson 5: The Modes of the Harmonic Minor Scale
Lesson 6: Arpeggios in the Harmonic Minor Scale
Lesson 7: The ii mi7 Flat 5-V7 Flat 9-i mi7 Progression
CHAPTER 9 -- USING ARPEGGIOS
Once
Accompaniment for Everything You're Not
CHAPTER 6 -- SEARCHING OUT NEW VOICINGS
Lesson 1: Moving Voices
Lesson 2: Symmetrical Chord Movement
Coda 1---A Medley of Suggestions and Musical Concepts for Chord-Melody Playing
CHAPTER 7 -- IMPROVISING OVER ALTERED DOMINANT CHORDS
Lesson 1: The Diminished Scale
Train
Lesson 2: The Whole Tone Scale
The Eight-Tone I Scale
Octaves
CHAPTER 4 --ENHANCING CHORD PROGRESSIONS
Lesson 1: Passing-Chord Approaches
Lesson 2: The IV-I Approach
Single Notes
mi7 flat 5 (Half-Diminished) Chords
Blues in F
Lesson 5: Quartal Harmony
Lesson 6: Revamping Licks
Lesson 3: The Super Locrian Mode (Diminished Whole Tone Scale)
Moon
Lesson 4: Using the Altered Scale Over a ii-V7-I Progression
Lesson 5: Targeting the Altered Chords---The Altered Clusters
Lesson 2: Melodic Patterns Based Around Arpeggios
Lesson 3: Melodic Patterns Based Around Chord Shapes
CHAPTER 10 -- EIGHT-TONE SCALES
The Eight-Tone ii-V7 Scale
Playing on the Extensions Using Tones from 13 Chords
Lesson 4: Rhythmic Motives
Lesson 5: Melodic Connection
Lesson 6: Diatonic Connection
Coda 2---A Medley of Suggestions and Musical Concepts for Improvisation
Playing on the Extensions Using Advanced Pentatonics
Beautiful Dreamer
Lesson 1: Diads
Blue Bell of Scotland
Lesson 2: Adding the Non-Chord Tone
Lesson 3: Voice Leading
Lesson 4: Passing Chords
Virginny
Blues in G
Diminished Chords
Lesson 4: The Harmonic Minor Scale
CHAPTER 8 – THE MINOR SCALES AND THEIR MODES
Lesson 1: The Melodic Minor Scale
Lesson 2: The Modes of the Melodic Minor Scale
Lesson 3: Arpeggios in the Melodic Minor Scale
Creating Arrangements
Listening to the Greats
Reality Check
Byesville
CHAPTER 11 -- CONNECTING YOUR IDEAS
Lesson 1: The Chromatic Connection
Lesson 2: Accentuating the Difference Between Keys
Lesson 3: Repeating an Idea in Different Octaves
Lesson 4: The ii-V7-I Approach
Rum and Coke
Lesson 5: Backcycling Approaches
Lesson 6: Tritone Substitution Approach
Lesson 7: The Flat V7-I Approach
CHAPTER 1 -- RIGHT HAND OPTIONS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
INTRODUCTION
Playing with Wider Intervals
Octave Displacement
Symmetrical Motives
Conclusion
Lesson 1: Recognizing Chord Tones
Pick Style
Fingerstyle Chords
Pick and Fingers Technique
CHAPTER 2 --COMBINING MELODY AND HARMONY
CHAPTER 3 -- TECHNIQUES FOR HARMONIZING NON-CHORD TONES
Lesson 2: Guidelines for Arranging
Lesson 3: Chord Enhancement
Home on the Range