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Duo46 - by Nancy Castro
Getting on-board - by Guy Traviss
10,000 Hours' Practice Makes Perfect - by Carlos Bonell
David Merrin - Interviewed by Guy Traviss
Adam Brown - by Guy Traviss
Jonathan Keren - by Guy Traviss
Obituary -chard 'Rick' Gartner (1950-2013) - by Jim Ferguson
William Lovelady - by Guy Traviss
Julian Bream 80th Birthday
17th Kyustendil International Guitar Festival and Competition - by Paul Fowles
Tributes Stephen Dodgson (1924-2013) Part 2 - Compiled by Therese Wassily Saba
Guitar Spring Fest - by Paul Fowles
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Arnie Berle's 'Chords and Progressions for Jazz and Popular Guitar' is much more than a guitarist's chord vocabulary builder. In plain easy to understand language it teaches you the whys and wherefores of constructing and using chords for accompaniment and soloing. No matter what styles you play you will find that a thorough knowledge of chords ...
This book is designed, not as a method, but as a way to give intermediate to advanced students exposure to a variety of jazz orientated soloistic performance styles. Each piece in this book appears twice, once as a lead sheet with melody and chord symbols, and once as a fully developed solo. Throughout the book the author discusses various styli...
the first modern publication of Carulli's Six Divertissements Brillants, Op. 317. Intended for players of medium ability, they are definitely among his better compositions for solo guitar. Their availability will be welcomed by those seeking enjoyable, but not particularly demanding 19th century repertoire.
The Total Acoustic Guitarist is an exciting journey through the diverse world of acoustic guitar playing. You start by strumming some basic tunes and end up slapping, tapping and sliding your way through some really cool and funky arrangements. This wide-ranging study of the acoustic guitar is for all players from beginning to advanced. The begi...
This book presents material that will help the intermediate guitarist improve the playing and sight-reading of big band guitar parts, while expanding their knowledge of the instrument at the same time. Extensive exercises dealing with the various chord qualities and the corresponding voicings are included, as well as sections on reading, improvi...
Seventeen jazz classics clearly transcribed for guitar in standard notation and easy-to-follow guitar tablature, a s performed by greats such as Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery and Django Reinhardt. Includes 'Stella By Starlight', 'Honeysuckle Rose' and 'Satin Doll'. Transcribed by Jack Grassel and Jesse Gress.