Harmony and melody cannot be separated, but are interconnected in a complete view of the guitar. This 120 page ebook (with audio for every example) provides not only a lexicon of chord types, but a... More > series of lessons for guitarists of any experience level.
Based on real-world examples, the book works through the fundamentals of harmony, and applies the concepts to the guitar, showing you:
- **How harmony works, not just on guitar, but a clear non-academic approach to learning what all musicians should know. This sets the stage for the lessons, and will also help you communicate with keyboard players, who like to speak in long chord terms...
- **How to construct and apply 7th, 9th, 13th, add2, add4, suspended, altered and other chords.
- **Audio examples for each chord and each lesson. Just click and you hear it immediately.
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This PDF file provides you with an clear, printable resource for all the notes of the guitar neck. With visual diagrams and tablature, you'll have everything you need for scale studies handy.... More > Combined with one of our successful guitar methods, you will find a new lust for guitar playing! More information and examples available at joedocmusic dot com.< Less
Based on the work of my personal guitar hero, Charlie Christian, this book provides a peek into the mind of a guitar playing legend.
In his few short years in the spotlight before his tragic death in... More > 1942, Charlie Christian taught the world to play electric guitar. Every guitar player who plays a solo line is heavily indebted to this young genius... His way of visualizing the guitar fretboard in regards to improvisation revolutionized the approach to the instrument. Almost all later jazz guitarists have used his style as a basis for their development!
In the ebook “The Charlie Christian Method for Jazz Guitar”, readers learn a method of visualization that brings freedom and fluency to their improvising. Learning to identify by ear the tonal ‘color’ of the various higher intervals used in jazz improvisation quickly expands one’s ability to fluently express the melodies that come into the ‘inner ear’ when composing or improvising. ALL WITH AUDIO!< Less
Let's face it, the "big" recording studio is dead. The production potential in the laptop I'm now typing on is about equivalent to what major studios were using just five years ago. Now,... More > anyone can get their hands on the gear necessary to cut great tracks. So why don't your own recordings sound crisp, detailed, and powerful like the gear advertisements promised? Is there is some voodoo the Big Boys use to pump up their tracks? Is it that their gear is more expensive, and therefore sounds better? ... What you need is advice. Not advice that comes from an audio recording class or out of some outdated handbook - You need to have the theory explained in language that doesn't require an engineering degree to understand. You need to know what those engineers are doing behind in that control room - which knobs are they twisting? Which frequency? When? By how much? Which unit was that?
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The extremely successful eBay eBook now available printed. Learn to visualize the guitar based on the methods used by history's most successful guitarists. Full of diagrams, examples from well known... More > songs, exercises, tips, and tricks - this book has been desribed by customers as "a must-have lexicon for guitarists of any skill level" and "a revolution of AHA! experiences for all of us guitarists who are stuck in a rut!" 91 pages.< Less