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Interviews:Greenfield Guitars by Ed Benson, Who is Art Hodges by Ed Benson, New York Guitarist Mike Moreno by Matt Warnock, DHR Music by Ed Benson, Roni Ben-Hur by Dr. Steven Kinigstein.
Features:Remembering Jimmy Wyble, Archtop Accoutrements by Dennis Keefe, Rudy's Music Opens in SOHO by Joe Barth, What I Learned From a Master by Jim Carlton.
Songs Transcribed:Easy to Love arranged by Jack Wilkins, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes arranged by Robert Conti, Someone To Watch Over Me arranged by Chuck Wayne, I'll Be Seeing You arranged by Dr. Brandon Bernstein, Minor Yours by Joe Giglio, Art's Blues by Art Hodges.
Lessons:Rootless Voicings by Sid Jacobs, Breaking It Down: Happy 100th Birthday to Django by Doug Munro, Composing Music for Jazz Guitar by John Stein, Guitar Artistry by Peter Rogine, Reading for Guitar Installment 7 by Chuck Anderson, Walking Bass and Comping for Jazz Guitar Pt. 3 by Jerry Sims, Quartal Harmony of the Major Scales and its Modes by Gianfranco Continenza, F Pent Harmonic Blues by Avi Rothbard, The Power of Triads by Dr Brandon Bernstein, The Thrill is Gone: Guitar Solo with Mark Stefani, Inverting Chord Progressions That Use Five-Note Chords by Roni Ben-Hur
Departments:Listening Test, Player to Player, Coach's Corner, Reviews, Book Excerpt: The 333 book by Mark Ihde, Caught in the Act.
In these revealing conversations, today's top artists offer a look inside their creative process as songwriters, guitarists, recording artists and performers. Includes Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Ani DiFranco, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, Indigo Girls, Ben Harper, Chris Whitley and more.
Acetal Polymer There’s nothing else like it Strength is key to the ultimate performance. The composition of this pick gives you just enough stiffness to give you those killer power chords, but has just enough give so that you’re not busting strings left and right. Plus this pick has a matte surface that preve...
Inner-lock Gray Finally, a simple strap lock! Simply place the guitar button into the hidden hole on the bottom side and pull forward. The end tab will then lock into the secondary front hole. Once in the forward slot it is trapped. Each strap is 2” woven material, with edge sewn leather end tabs. Sewn to mee...
Electrics ® Stainless Steel Flat Wound The original set design for electric guitar, the Flat Wound Stainless series are the first ribbon-wire wrapped strings. Developed in 1940 by La Bella, these strings are manufactured for all types of electric pick-ups. With a high magnetic content for increa...
This unique play-a-long explores the very nature of the Dom. 7th sound and describes different ways jazz masters have used it for colour and texture. Many written patterns will open your ears and extended play-a-long tracks will allow you to practice licks and patterns, refine your technique and reaction time, and give you the skills to navigate...