Jazz Guitar CD & Guide w/NEW Diagrammed Standards/Jazz Chords

$15.00

Has 82 vital Diagrammed Standards/Jazz chords, Fingering Exercises, and starts with many fingering indications. Designed for ear players trying to learn and use the intricate bebop lines and jazz theory, great chord-note foundations, lots of fun exercises, chordal scales, arpeggiated exercises, extended triads, the pivotal b5 substitutes. Helps you to understand the basics and functions for guitar chordal subs, the dim. for the 7th, the uses of the patterns in all chords, major to minor ideas, 3-fret repeats, a simple easy-to-use 1-hour cd and guide-book which enables you to begin to learn the real jazz soloings from chordal scales, extended triads, substitutes, ii7-V7-I phrases, modes, cycles (chordal movements), great theory from the melodic improv late 50s jazz, comping, and leads you into the Joe Pass books well, used by teachers/schools, designed for the beginner-jazz musician in mind, nothing like this out there. “It’s the right stuff” says Plas Johnson, heralded by famous CSUN Music Director, Joel Leach.

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Has 82 vital Diagrammed Standards/Jazz chords, Fingering Exercises, and starts with many fingering indications. Designed for ear players trying to learn and use the intricate bebop lines and jazz theory, great chord-note foundations, lots of fun exercises, chordal scales, arpeggiated exercises, extended triads, the pivotal b5 substitutes. Helps you to understand the basics and functions for guitar chordal subs, the dim. for the 7th, the uses of the patterns in all chords, major to minor ideas, 3-fret repeats, a simple easy-to-use 1-hour cd and guide-book which enables you to begin to learn the real jazz soloings from chordal scales, extended triads, substitutes, ii7-V7-I phrases, modes, cycles (chordal movements), great theory from the melodic improv late 50s jazz, comping, and leads you into the Joe Pass books well, used by teachers/schools, designed for the beginner-jazz musician in mind, nothing like this out there. “It’s the right stuff” says Plas Johnson, heralded by famous CSUN Music Director, Joel Leach.