Creative Guitar Mastery

Author: DoublePlanet.com
Editor: DoublePlanet.com
ISBN: 0974357103
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"A practical approach to mastering the entire fretboard of the guitar in a very natural and practical way. Nurtures the discovery and development of the learners unique creative voice. Includes an Audio CD with over 1 hour of music for the learner to play along with applying the learning in the book. This book and the CD read like a complete course in mastering the guitar fretboard, plus lays the foundation to further mastery of even more important concepts to the practicing guitarist."

Creative Guitar Writing And Creating Rock Songs With Orginality

Author: JEFF ROESSNER
Editor: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 161911092X
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A guidebook designed to inspire rock guitarists as they compose original music. Written in a straightforward, engaging style, the book aims to enhance creativity by both introducing traditional song structure and exploring the approach of rock innovators who adapt, bend, and disregard the "rules" as they see fit. Most important, each chapter provides a series of exercises designed to spark the imagination of players as they compose their own dynamic, inventive songs.

Creative Comping Concepts For Jazz Guitar

Author: MARK BOLING
Editor: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 1610651707
Size: 16,14 MB
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Pianists are the main sources of inspiration for new developments in jazz guitarcomping. Yet guitarists have been slow to develop a comping vocabulary withharmonic sophistication, subtle voiceleading, and rhythmic flexibility on the level of the best contemporary pianists. This book seeks to remedy the situation by articulating a comping vocabulary in the context of six of the most often playedtunes in jazz: 12-bar blues, rhythm changes, minor blues, a modal tune, and a couple of standards. The comps are written out in notation and tablature and include rhythms with forward motion, chords built in fourth intervals, parallel constant structure voicings, polychords, slash chords, etc. The focus is ondeveloping a contemporary approach to rhythm, phrasing, chord voicings, voiceleading, chord substitution, and reharmonization. A play-along online audiorecording of the guitar comps with bass and drums helps get the sounds and rhythms in your ear. The theory of how the comping concepts are applied to the music is explained, with ideas on how to use them creatively. Includes access toonline audio.

Creative Chord Substitution For Jazz Guitar

Author: Eddie Arkin
Editor: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457490132
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For a jazz musician, being able to manipulate chords and progressions is an essential part of defining one's own personal musical style. This book is very effective in helping to develop this skill. Creative Chord Substitution for Jazz Guitar explains the technique of chord substitution as a tool to expand and vary existing harmonic progressions. The theories of advanced harmony discussed here will enable any guitarist to have, at his fingertips, seemingly endless possibilities of chordal color -- possibilities that will take him far beyond the written page, and unlock an unlimited world of creativity as a player, arranger, and composer.

Books Out Loud

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Mastering The Guitar 2c

Author: William Bay
Editor: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 1610658868
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Mastering the Guitar is an innovative, comprehensive method for learning the guitar. Level 2 Book C includes a wealth of challenging and creative guitar solos, duets and studies in the keys of A-flat, F-minor, G-minor, D-flat, and B-flat minor. Special concepts presented in this volume include: basic improvisation, rhythmic variation, barre chords, key of A-flat/closed position, passing tone studies, harmonized scales, western swing, fingerstyle performance, chord progression studies, blues, chords, common rock and blues licks, bass string chords, Latin rhythms, and comping. Guitar solo material provided in rock, jazz, bluegrass, Latin, blues, Baroque, Renaissance, and from a wide variety of historical periods and contemporary musical styles. Includes access to online audio containing most of the solo and duet settings found in the book as performed by William Bay, Mike Christiansen, and John McClellan.

Complete Works Of Agustin Barrios Mangore For Guitar Vol 2

Author: AGUSTIN BARRIOS MANGORE
Editor: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 1610652274
Size: 11,79 MB
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Volume 2 of this landmark publication includes 65 original compositions in standard notation plus a unique CD featuring Barrios himself playing 21original works including: Danza Paraguaya, La Catedral, Un SueƱo en la Floresta, Maxixe, Tarantella, Aire Popular Paraguayo and many more! In addition to the music, 82 pages of exhaustive Critical Notes shed light on the Barrios catalog making this the definitive anthology of his work. More reliable, comprehensive and articulate than any previously published edition, this new Mel Bay Publications compilation (524 pages in all) will make the entire world of Barrios more accessible.

The 1 2 3 4 Guitar System Complete Series

Author: Jim Ross
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1300082933
Size: 15,98 MB
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Alfred S Kid S Guitar Course Notespeller 1 2

Author: Ron Manus
Editor: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457415142
Size: 14,39 MB
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As a companion piece to the easiest guitar method ever for kids ages 5 and up, this notespeller will add excitement to the learning process. Covering the concepts in Alfred's Kid's Guitar Course Levels 1 and 2, this notespeller is the perfect complement to the method and learning how to play guitar.

A Concise History Of The Classic Guitar

Author: GRAHAM WADE
Editor: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 160974280X
Size: 10,11 MB
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A Concise History of the Classic Guitar by Graham Wade, one of the foremost international writers on the guitar, explores the history of the instrument from the 16th century to the present day. This compact assessment of five centuries of fretted instruments cover the vihuela in Spain, the history of four-course and five-course guitars, the evolution of tablature, and developments in the six-string guitar in the 19th century. the work also charts the contribution of leading composers, performers and luthiers of the 20th century, and evaluates the influence of Segovia, Llobet, Pujol, Presti, Bream, Williams, etc., among the world's famous guitarists. This book, intended for the general public and guitar students of all ages, is the first interpretative history of the classic guitar to be published in the 21st century, and will be eagerly welcomed by all lovers of the instrument.