(Guitar Method). Featuring in-depth lessons and 40 great jazz classics, the Hal Leonard Jazz Guitar Method is your complete guide to learning jazz guitar. This book uses real jazz songs to teach you the basics of accompanying and improvising jazz guitar in the style of Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Tal Farlow, Charlie Christian, Jim Hall and many others. Lesson topics include: chords and progressions; scales and licks; comping and soloing styles; chord-melody; intros and endings; technique; equipment and sound; and more! Songs include: Satin Doll * Take the "A" Train * Billie's Bounce * Impressions * Bluesette * My One and Only Love * Desafinado * Autumn Leaves * Watch What Happens * Misty * Song for My Father * and more. The CD contains 99 tracks for demonstration and play-along. "Highly Recommended." Just Jazz Guitar "Filled with well-written examples ... bask in the glory of having a lot of great material at your fingertips." Downbeat
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Added Ninth altered chords bebop best suited Bl>maj7 Blues bossa nova chord progressions chord symbols CHORD TYPE chord voicings chord-melody Cm(maj7 Cm7 Fm7 Cmaj7 Cmaj7 Am7 Cmaj9 Cmll common comping diminished scale diminished seventh Dm7 G7 Cmaj7 Dmaj7 dominant seven flat Dorian eighth notes example extended chords Fmaj7 Gmaj7 half step half whole half harmonic minor scale harmonic progressions improvisation intros Ionian jazz guitar Joe Pass John Coltrane Lead Sheet let ring Locrian Lydian major scale melodic minor scale minor chords minor seventh Minor Sixth Mixolydian NORMAN GIMBEL Notable proponents include octaves passing tones Pat Metheny Phrygian Post Bop rhythm root seven flat five seventh chord single-note phrases sixth chord solo song song's melody sound strings strums style suited for playing swing Tal Farlow technique triad tritone substitution unaltered dominant chords whole half whole whole step whole tone scale whole whole whole