The cookie settings on this website are adjusted to allow all cookies so that you have the very best experience. If you continue without changing your cookie settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on our website. However, if you would like to, you can change your settings at any time using the Change cookie settings link in the Special menu.        

+44 (0) 191 414 9000

 Cart

Jody Fisher's Jazz Guitar Chord-melody Course

Jody Fisher's Jazz Guitar Chord-melody Course
Alfred Publishing

Details


SKU AM5275
Author Jody Fisher
Format Book/CD
Duration 192 pages
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Alfred Publishing
Departments Jazz Guitar
 
Our price: £19.99

Options


Quantity

One of America’s top jazz guitar educators and authors, and a respected jazz chord-melody performer, Jody Fisher clarifies and simplifies the art of creating an arrangement and improvising as a solo guitarist. In his easy-to-understand and enjoyable style, this master of solo guitar teaches all of theory, technique, and arranging skills you need to start a lifelong journey as a solo guitarist.

As the author says, "Becoming a solo guitarist is an ongoing learning experience that will reward you with a highly personal form of expression. As a solo guitarist, you will be completely self-reliant; your skills will free you from dependency on anyone else, Also, these skills will transfer directly to group playing, so you can’t really lose."

Jody Fisher’s Jazz Guitar Chord/Melody Course is a must-have for any serious jazz guitarist.

Other products

 
  • PW Standard Celluloid Pick, Red Pearl, Light (25)

    PW Standard Celluloid Pick, Red Pearl, Light (25)

    £1.59

    Add to cart

  • Sonate 'Oceano Nox' Op.111

    Dedicated to the Amsterdam Guitar Trio. For three guitars.

    £23.95

    Add to cart

  • Jazz Guitar Christmas

    Eleven Christmas favourites in both easy and challenging arrangements, for solo guitar. Titles are: 'Angles We Have Heard on High', 'Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy', 'We Three Kings of Orient Are', 'Away in a Manger', 'The First Noel', 'O Little Town of Bethlehem', 'It Came Upon a Midnight Clear', 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen', 'What Child is Thi...

    £17.99

    Add to cart

  • The Gibson L5: It's History and It's Players

    Introduced in 1922, the Gibson L5 is the precursor of the modern archtop guitar. It was the first archtop to feature f-holes, which allowed it to project through the horn dominated bands of the day. Its strong, full, warm sound was an immediate and overwhelming success that turned the heads of makers, players and listeners alike. This book takes...

    £19.95

    Add to cart

  • Italian Concerto BWV 971

    Arranged for two guitars by Minoru Inagaki and Yoshio Matsumoto.

    £19.99

    Add to cart

  • Vintage Fingerstyle

    Features 14 fingerstyle favourites from this unparalleled player: Titles are: 'Arkansas Traveller', 'Blue Echo', 'Chinatown, My Chinatown', 'The Claw', 'Lady Madonna', 'Lover, Come Back to Me', 'My Little Waltz', 'Oh By Jingo, Oh By Gee, You're the Only Girl for Me', 'Slinkey', 'Trambone', 'When You Wish upon a Star', 'Wobegon (The Way It Used t...

    £19.49

    Add to cart

  • Fingerstyle Curriculum - Best Contemporary Solos

    The MBGU Fingerstyle Curriculum series is designed to provide intermediate to advanced fingerstyle guitarists with a wide variety of attractive solo repertoire pieces. The material contained in these volumes is ideal for performance at professional engagements- whether concerts, cocktail parties or club dates. These solos can also be used for ed...

    £19.95

    Add to cart

  • Concerto for Guitar and Strings

    First modern edition of the earliest-known guitar concerto. Written by Spanish guitarist B. Vidal and originally published in Paris in ca. 1793, this two-movement work is typical of the gallant cosmopolitan concertos of 1770s and 1780s Paris. May be performed with string orchestra or as a chamber concerto (with string quartet). Duration: ca. 12 ...

    £13.90

    Add to cart

: *
: *
: *
Type the characters you see in the picture:


*
Back To Top