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All The Notes On Guitar
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All Blues for Jazz Guitar: Comping Styles, Chords & Grooves
Destined to become a classic, this book is the natural result of not only years of playing jazz guitar but also of the author's long associations with many innovative jazz guitarists. This comprehensive guide is one of the first jazz methods to focus entirely on the blues idiom and its contribution to jazz improvisation. It is designed to help you play authoritatively in a broad spectrum of jazz guitar settings from big band to small combos to a solo context. This book is divided into 4 sections which addresses 12-bar blues progressions, 3-note Freddie Green-type chords, shuffles, swing riff comping, chord scales, linear bebop comping, modal concepts, triads over bass notes and a wealth of chord voicings and inversions. Includes over 110 music examples, 45 complete 12-bar choruses, and a CD with 30 tracks. It also offers a helpful glossary of jazz terminology. Written in standard notation and tablature.
Fender has announced its creation of the Joe Strummer Telecaster designed with the guidance and support of the Strummer estate and featuring distressed “road-worn” treatment, a “Revolution Rock” engraved neckplate and a limited edition art customization kit. The Joe Strummer Telecaster will be available at music product retailers worldwide beginning July 2007. The U.S. MSRP is $1,285.71. From a press release issued by Fender: Forward-thinking cultural icon Joe Strummer (1952-2002) was co-founder, lyricist, rhythm guitarist and lead singer of seminal British punk rock band the Clash. He later founded, recorded and toured with the Mescaleros. All his life, Strummer vigorously championed individuality, self-expression and change—tenets often reflected in the constantly altered look of his favorite and most recognizable instrument—his Telecaster (currently on display in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland). The Joe Strummer Telecaster is modeled after the ’66 Telecaster Strummer played throughout most of his career. Although the guitar’s appearance changed often, it was a fairly standard ’60s-era Telecaster with all the original parts and specifications. When Strummer bought it in 1975 for ?120, the instrument had a three-color sunburst finish, but he soon had it sprayed with gray primer at a London auto shop, and then later added a coat of black paint. These new “finishes” deteriorated quickly, giving the guitar its distinctive look. Like Strummer’s music, the battered guitar changed constantly—plastered as it was with stencils, stickers and new paint jobs through the many stages of Strummer’s life and career. To celebrate Strummer’s fierce sense of individuality, Fender and acclaimed artist Shepard Fairey collaborated on the new guitar’s special Joe Strummer Telecaster Customization kit, which includes stencils and stickers inspired by the custom designs Strummer decorated many of his instruments with. The kit comes in a classic 12” album cover featuring Shepard Fairey graphics and photography by Bob Gruen. This collectable album art set is a limited edition companion to the first 1,500 guitars. An avid Strummer fan and admirer, Fairey wrote a personal letter to Strummer in summer 2002, some of the text of which is reproduced in the customization kit. As Fairey reverently notes in his letter, “As a visual artist, I have fashioned my approach in many ways after the Clash. I try to be provocative but humorous with my art. Hopefully, people can get a kick out of my stuff and ponder some issues at the same time … Thank you for your contribution to the world and my life.” Fender Joe Strummer Telecaster
On the AIR Tour in the US and Europe, we carried along with us a set of Guitar Hero video games. They were a big hit and added tremendously to the relaxed feel of the venues, which in the end inspired conversation and sharing. It was on that tour that I got into the Guitar Hero video game, and got one for my Wii when it was available. Paige often played with me in the den. Most of the time she would just dance around to the music, but sometimes she would hold the guitar and strum while I'd hit the colored frets for the notes. It wasn't long before she wanted her own guitar, so I took some boxes, traced the guitar that comes with the game, and put together Paige's own little guitar. It didn't make any sounds of course, but she would spend a lot of time just strumming around the house. A few weeks ago, Marna and I were Christmas shopping for a gift to give Paige from me. After touring about the closest Toys-R-Us store, we had narrowed the choices down to three items. One of the items was a toy guitar that actually made music, had an interactive neck, and that you could even strum. After a little consideration, that gift was the winner. Today, the day after Christmas, we've been making the rounds playing with all the wonderful gifts Paige received. When we got to the guitar, Paige was rather insistent that she was going to put on a show for us. We dressed up in our imaginary best clothes, sat in front the imaginary pink stage with purple lights, and enjoyed the above results. Yeah, baby!
all the notes on guitar
The updated edition of this bestselling guitar instruction book now includes new music examples! This book will show you how to: play lead and rhythm anywhere on the fretboard, in any key; play a variety of lead guitar styles; play chords and progressions anywhere on the fretboard; expand your chord vocabulary; and learn to think musically - the way the pros do. Each chapter presents a pattern and shows how to use it, along with playing tips and guitar insights. Absolute beginners can follow the diagrams and instruction, and intermediate and advanced players can use the chapters non-sequentially to increase their understanding of the guitar.