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21
Sep
2014
German Schauss - Shredding The Composers

German Schauss - Shredding The ComposersShredding the Composers: Heavy Metal Guitar Meets 8 of the World's Greatest Classical Composers. Some of the most brilliant and virtuosic music of all time was written during the baroque, classical, and romantic periods by composers like Beethoven, Handel, Vivaldi, Mozart, and Chopin. Many of these exciting musical works are perfect for shredders of any era and take on a whole new life when adapted for heavy metal guitar.

 
20
Sep
2014
Steve Trovato - Country Solos for Guitar

Steve Trovato - Country Solos for GuitarThis unique book/CD pack lets guitarists examine the solo styles of axe masters such as Chet Atkins, James Burton, Ray Flacke, Albert Lee, Scotty Moore, Roy Nichols, Jerry Reed and others. It covers techniques including hot banjo rolls, funky double stops, pedal-steel licks, open-string licks and more, in standard notation and tab with phrase-by-phrase performance notes. The CD includes full demonstrations and rhythm-only tracks.

 
19
Sep
2014
Jerry Bergonzi - Hexatonics: Vol. 7

Jerry Bergonzi - Hexatonics: Vol. 7Hexatonics, is the seventh volume of Jerry Bergonzi's series, Inside Improvisation. Hexatonic scales are six note scales. This book presents a practical method for the construction of hexatonic scales that are useful for both the improviser and composer.

 
16
Sep
2014
Jamey Aebersold - Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 71 - 75

Jamey Aebersold - Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 71Possession of this collection will enable any musician, independently of level and experience in jazz improvisation mastery , learn the basic styles and genres of jazz, and eventually become a true expert in this. Information for reference (for those who do not know): Jamey Aebersold Jazz Play-A-Long - the world's best collections of exercises for jazz musicians.

 
14
Sep
2014
Charli Persip - How Not To Play Drums

Charli Persip - How Not To Play DrumsFrom Tadd Dameron through Dizzy Gillespie, Billy Eckstine, Cannonball Adderly and Benny Golson, to his own 17-piece "Supersound" big band, Charli Persip has been one of the most in-demand drummers in all of jazz, as well as in the pop genre. A textbook example of how to play the drums, Persip has proven his worth in a wide variety of ensembles and handled the transitions from one group to the next without missing a beat.

 
13
Sep
2014
Dave Rubin - Rockin' The Blues

Dave Rubin - Rockin' The BluesTake a journey inside the blues with Dave Rubin's latest book, Rockin' the Blues: 1963-1973. This seminal 10 years produced some of the most influential blues-rock guitarists of all time. Learn about the lives of these trail-blazing guitarists, their individual styles, accomplishments, and techniques, then play along with the accompanying CD and taste the magic yourself.

 
11
Sep
2014
William Bay - Guitar Scales in Tablature

William Bay - Guitar Scales in TablatureThis is a very "user friendly" text. It is ideal for daily practice sessions and contains frequently used major and minor guitar scale forms. In addition, each scale is shown in numerous positions up the guitar fingerboard. Also included is a special section on blues and scales in various positions. Each scale form is carefully shown in diagram, notation and tablature.  It is outstanding for those who are better at reading TAB than music notation.

 
10
Sep
2014
Terry Burrows - How To Read Music

Terry Burrows - How To Read MusicHow To Read Music is a self-contained audio-visual tutor. In ten lessons, you will learn the basics of sight reading as well as the general principles of music theory. New ideas of increasing complexity are systematically introduced as you proceed through the course. These are reinforced by frequent reading and listening exercises. When you complete the course you'll find that you have enough knowledge to understand even the most demanding pieces of music.

 
08
Sep
2014
Modern Guitar Method Grade 1

Modern Guitar Method Grade 1The world's premier method for learning modern plectrum style guitar, time-tested and proven successful in building the theoretic and technical foundation needed to play in any style. All seven grades of this method are written in standard notation only to encourage better sight reading. In Grade 1, the student guitarist will learn to play solos, duets, scales, and chords in the keys of C, A minor, G and E minor. Even in Grade 1, the student is already exposed to the chord/melody concept of guitar performance.

 
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