Blues Guitar Soloing

Author: Keith Wyatt
Publisher: Musicians Inst Press
ISBN: 9780793571291
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(Musicians Institute Press). A comprehensive source for mastering the art of blues guitar soloing. Topics covered include: essential skills, shuffle phrasing, sliding, 12-bar blues, tempo, blues fusions, and much more. Online audio access is included for exercises, licks, and play-alongs. Online audio is accessed at halleonard.com/mylibrary

All Blues Soloing For Jazz Guitar

Author: Jim Ferguson
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 9780786642854
Size: 10.38 MB
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The most complete guide to jazz/blues soloing ever written! This comprehensive book details the sounds, elements, and approaches that make the blues such an integral part of the jazz vocabulary. Moving from blues progressions to fingerboard organization to phrasing, essential blues scales, riffs, lick development, and an array of advanced concepts and devices, including substitute scales & extended super arpeggios are covered. Throughout this process 38 solos, over 100 music examples, and hundreds of licks are featured. Written in notation and tablature.

Jazz Blues Soloing For Guitar

Author: Joseph Alexander
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781500729288
Size: 75.62 MB
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176 notated examples, 15 backing tracks, 2 hours of audio Never have 12 bars of music been treated to such detailed, logical study. Whether you already play jazz, or are trying to expand your melodic horizons from the traditional blues, Jazz Blues Soloing for Guitar is a step by step method that breaks down the 12 bar jazz blues into its most essential, musical elements. Each chord is taken in turn, and every important soloing approach is discussed. From arpeggio-based ideas, to chromatic approach notes, passing notes, bebop scales and altered scales; every concept is instantly made musical, with plenty of lines and practice ideas based on real world application. The emphasis is on creating smooth, flowing blues lines that are constructed from each concept taught in the book. Plenty of examples are given for every playing situation; however the book focuses on teaching the reader how to build their own musical lines from the fundamental principles of jazz theory. Jazz Blues Soloing for Guitar builds your soloing logically, chapter by chapter, and quickly develops a rock solid foundation from which advanced concepts are easily constructed and applied. Jazz Blues Soloing for Guitar contains the following detailed chapters: Chapter One - The Jazz Blues Structure Chapter Two - Chord Voicings for the Jazz Blue Chapter Three - Soloing on the First Seven Bars Chapter Four - Smooth Transitions between Arpeggios Chapter Five - Targeting Specific Intervals Chapter Six - Using the Mixolydian Bebop Scale Chapter Seven - Chromatic Passing Notes Chapter Eight - Chromatic Approach Note Patterns Chapter Nine - Adding the bV Diminished 7 Chord Chapter Ten - 3rd to 9th Extended Arpeggios Chapter Eleven - Soloing on Bars Eight to Twelve Chapter Twelve - Using the Phrygian Dominant Bebop Scale Chapter Thirteen - Moving from G7 to Cm7 Chapter Fourteen - Using the Dorian Bebop Scale Chapter Fifteen - Soloing on F7 Chapter Sixteen - The F Mixolydian Bebop Scale Chapter Seventeen - The F Altered Scale Chapter Eighteen - Practicing Quick Changes Chapter Nineteen - Pentatonic Scales Chapter Twenty: Jazz Blues Solo Example Conclusions, Practice Tips and Further Study With over 100 pages on just 12 bars of music, this is the most detailed and practical guide to the jazz blues available Audio Available for Free from www.fundamental-changes.com

Hal Leonard Pocket Music Theory

Author: Keith Wyatt
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780634047718
Size: 19.50 MB
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(Book). Following in the footsteps of the popular Hal Leonard Pocket Music Dictionary , this handy pocket-sized book is the most contemporary music theory book on the market! A step-by-step guide to harmony and theory for every musician, it includes thorough, yet to easy-to-understand analysis of: intervals, rhythms, scales, chords, key signatures, transposition, chord inversion, key centers, harmonizing the major and minor scales, extended chords, modulation and much more. Packed with info from the Harmony & Theory course at Musicians Institute!

Burning Blues Guitar

Author: Kirk Fletcher
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1495052699
Size: 14.42 MB
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(Guitar Educational). Delve deep into the blues with celebrated guitarist Kirk Fletcher in this instructional video and book pack. The video lessons cover a variety of rhythm and lead blues guitar styles and concepts, with loads of licks, riffs, solos and more. The accompanying book features note-for-note transcriptions of every video example in easy-to-read rhythm tab notation. It's time to take your blues guitar skills to the next level! Topics covered include: Texas blues * Chicago blues * West Coast Jump * funky blues * slow blues * rock and roll * soloing concepts * licks, phrases, techniques * blues chords, doublestops, turnarounds * scale applications * much more.

The Complete Guide To Playing Blues Guitar

Author: Joseph Alexander
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781499129465
Size: 69.55 MB
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Have you ever listened to a master blues musician and wondered why their solos sound different and more powerful than yours? “Beyond Pentatonics” Contains 104 Pages of Blues Guitar Secrets for the Advancing Guitarist: Add New, Rich Melodic Colours to your Solo Learn how the Greatest Guitarists Target the Most Powerful Notes. Master Every Important Scale Choice for Every Chord in the Blues Progression Over 125 Licks, 80 Minutes of Audio and 10 Backing Tracks The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar is a three-part series that teaches you all the essential skills required to become an excellent blues guitarist. Book Three: "Beyond Pentatonics" shows you how to break away from the minor pentatonic soloing rut that many blues guitarists quickly fall into. The first half of "Beyond Pentatonics" shows you how to target the most powerful notes from each chord in the blues progression to create the greatest emotional effect. Every chord change in the blues progression is covered in minute detail, with clear diagrams and plenty of great licks to learn. You'll quickly find yourself playing emotive, original solos that you never before thought possible. The second half of 'Beyond Pentatonics', looks in great detail at the many possiblescale choices for each of the chords in the blues. Every essential scale choice is given for the I, IV and V chords, withtheory and important concepts clearly explained. There are over 125 pieces of authentic blues vocabulary, plus many 'tricks of the trade' to help you incorporate these compelling sounds into your solos. There is no better, more detailed book to teach you the melodic secrets of blues guitar soloing.

Robben Ford Guitar Anthology

Author: Robben Ford
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1480393932
Size: 16.21 MB
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(Guitar Recorded Versions). Iconic jazz/blues guitarist Robben Ford has played with a wide range of artists including Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, The Yellowjackets, George Harrison, and many more. This collection features guitar tab for 17 of his best-known songs, including: Busted Up * Chevrolet * Get Away * Homework * I Ain't Got Nothin' but the Blues * Mama Talk to Your Daughter * Nothing to Nobody * Revelation * Step on It * Tell Me I'm Your Man * You Cut Me to the Bone * and more.

Texas Blues Guitar

Author: Robert Calva
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
ISBN: 9780793599646
Size: 78.43 MB
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Contains piano accompaniment and guitar chords

Blues Rhythm Guitar

Author: Keith Wyatt
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
ISBN: 0793571286
Size: 39.43 MB
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In standard notation and staff tablature.

Easy Soloing For Blues Guitar

Author: Jeff Bihlman
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9780739052723
Size: 25.71 MB
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A great blues guitar solo can express the full range of human emotions. Easy Soloing for Blues Guitar will give you everything you need to get started on this path of self-expression. So many guitarists love the blues but have never learned how to improvise or take a solo. This book shows you that it's easy and fun! It teaches soloing strategies like tension and release, and call and response, plus easy technique-building warm-ups and exercises. You'll also find tunes in the style of B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and other great blues artists. Best of all, everything is explained in simple terms and demonstrated using actual examples, with every solo featured in standard music notation and TAB. Every blues guitarist should be able to improvise a solo, so let's get started! A CD demonstrating the examples in the book is included.