An ever expanding library of video guitar lessons in which Stochelo shares his approach to technique, improvisation and rhythm-guitar. If you are a student of gypsy jazz you would probably jump to the chance of having a one-on-one session with Stochelo showing you all the tricks of the trade. And now: this is a real possibility!
Seven clear, precise lessons in developing exciting chordal harmonies. This course will ultimately lead to your own original harmonic style.
From a guitarist's perspective, Smooth Jazz is more like instrumental rhythm and blues, funk and pop music! It is a vibrant playground of great grooves, sophisticated blues-based harmonies, and lush orchestration - in the tradition of James Brown, Tower of Power, Earth, Wind and Fire and Carlos Santana. It is where jazz, rock, pop, funk, r&b, and Latin styles all come together on the guitar Thus DVD will help you to master this style, extending your knowledge of jazz harmony, blues techniques, funk rhythm skills and a keen, lyrical sense of melody in a variety of tone and amp settings Richard Smith is a session player and recording artist who lives in Los Angeles, California. He is also a Senior Professor and Chair of theStudio/Jazz Guitar department at the University of Southern California.
At last, Mel Reeves - the country's leading writer & presenter of music tuition videos - has turned his attention to the world of jazz guitar. Whether you are a true jazz fan or simply want to add a little jazz to your armoury of guitar styles you can now learn how to play those cool chords & stunning solos. Special features: Styles, Instrumentals, Theory & Technique sections are in chapters for easy acces and learning. Using Mel's method you really can Play Jazz Guitar Now!
Alex Skolnick is world-renowned for creating an unprecedented blend of metal and traditional jazz. On his first-ever instructional program, Alex shares his perspectives and secrets for conquering jazz guitar. Using basic blues progressions, he guides you through jazz concepts and demonstrates how to follow progressions by targeting chord tones, triads, embellishments, modes and jazz patterns.