Mickey Baker Jazz Guitar 1.pdf UPD
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A self-instructor written by one of the most outstanding jazz guitarists of today. Includes how to play chords the modern way, vamps and fill-ins, bop-blues, bounce blues, runs, introductions, technique, theory, and much more. New, completely revised edition.
i just set up a facebook thing that gives you a new chord everyday and right now I'm posting drop-2 voicings for jazz guitar. link is in my sig if you wanna try it. not really structured as a lesson though, but it could help you with some basics
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First we had better dispense with What is a Plectrum Guitar?, as there are two distinct things to consider. When banjos ruled the roost in early jazz, most people played either a four-string tenor banjo, or a four-string plectrum banjo. The latter was originally a five-string instrument which was too quiet when played with the fingers to contribute to hot jazz ensembles of wind instruments. So, players started using a pick or plectrum to amplify the sound. Pretty soon after, the instrument lost its high-drone 5th string, becoming a four-string instrument, tuned variously as CGBD, DGBD, or Chicago Tuning: DGBE (the same as the top four strings of a guitar). 2b1af7f3a8