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One of the roles of a jazz guitarist is providing accompaniment. Economy of rhythm and harmony while comping and grooving with a band will get jazz guitarists further with their fellow bandmates than playing lots of bulky, cluttered rhythms and chords. 'Playing in the Groove' will demonstrate to jazz guitar students how not to overplay in a smal...
This series is divided into two volumes; theory and repair. This volume, theory, describes the history and operation of vacuum tubes as well as how they are used in guitar/bass amplifier circuits. Amplifier electrical and physical layout is then examined. The factors affecting amplifier sound are also described.
An in depth study of Jim Hall's unique approach to music in ensemble and solo settings. Includes complete transcriptions taken from his instructional 'Star Licks' video. Tunes are: 'All Across The City', 'Something Special', 'Something Tells Me', 'Subsequently' and 'Three'.
Stainless Steel Round Wound Series Manufactured with old world craftsmanship and modern expertise, the Stainless Steel Round Wound series are the most versatile bass guitar strings on the market. A product used by many great jazz, rock, pop and session players, these perfectly balanced sets are super-flexible for bend...
Fabulous recordings of AndrÞs Segovia from 1949 and Regino Sainz de la Maza from between 1935 and 1948. Titles are: REGINO SAINZ DE LA MAZA: 'Concerto de Aranjuez' (Rodrigo), 'Mazurka', 'Evocación', 'Reverie' (Tarrega), 'El Vito' (Sainz de la Maza). ANDR╚S SEGOVIA: 'Guitar Concerto No. 1', 'Tarantella' (Castelnuovo-Tedesco), 'Sonatina Meridional...
This CD comprises works played by the unusual duo of Juan Fal· on guitar and Marcelo Moguilevsky on clarinet and soprano saxophone. Very different. Titles are: 'De la Raíz a la Copa' (Fal·/P N·ñez), 'La Tristecita', 'La Tristecita' (Ramírez), 'Pampa de los Guanacos' (Carabajal/Jußrez), 'Palomita Blanca' (Aieta/GimÚnez), 'Nube Gris' (Talledo), 'A...