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A guide to the construction of steel and nylon string acoustic guitars, with excellent photography for each stage of construction. Includes diagrams of tools, fixtures and clamps, and explains lacquer finishing and french polishing techniques. A packet of full-size templates for both steel and nylon string guitars is bound into the book.
the Jazz Theory Workbook is a primer in jazz theory, intended to prepare the student for the serious study of jazz improvisation, arrangement and composition. The focus is on the harmonic language of jazz, especially the harmonic practices which coalesced in the bebop and post bop periods of the 1940's and 1950's when bebop and standard tunes fo...
Subtitled 'A Programmed Text for Improved Music Reading and Fingerboard Comprehension', This book is intended to provide a thorough, musical understanding of the entire fingerboard through focused self-teaching. It can be used profitably by any guitarist (classical, acoustic, jazz etc) who seriously wishes to improve his music reading and finger...
A much heralded jazz practice method from leading educator/performer David Baker. Baker condenses a wealth of experience and knowledge into practice-specific ideas and exercises for all musicians. Subjects covered include practice goals, techniques and strategies, hearing, transcribing, playing with play-alongs and actual recordings, tune memori...
Graham Wade, one of the foremost international writers on the guitar, explores the history of the instrument from the 16th century to the present day. This compact assessment of five centuries of fretted instruments covers the vihuela in Spain, the history of four-course and five-course guitars, the evolution of tablature, and developments in th...
For players of moderate ability, this contemporary arrangement by the celebrated 19th Century guitarist composer Francois de Fossa, for guitar and piano of one of Rossini's most famous works makes an excellent mood setter, or encore to any concert programme.
Timeless Solos is a play on words. The solos in this volume contain no time signatures or bar lines. I did this because I wanted the solos to be very expressive in interpretation yet "free-form" in structure. All solos are in notation and tablature. When writing these solos I first envisioned the form as an extended "cadenza". However, ...