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Chris: A suggestion that might be of use to your fans, current and prospective students would be to follow up the "easy" arrangement with a difficult arrangement of the same tune. That way, the Hi JohnoL, jimmy blue note, I'm on one of my favourite subjects here! I'd be happy to contribute whatever I can. In The Advancing Guitarist, if you move on from the section dealing with the The OP asked for some ideas for learning more about jazz, preferably in short lessons.

Hi, JF, I enjoyed your playing. Find a nice Latina vocalist and go get some gigs. Good playing. Hey Johno, let's make you the guinea pig. Tell me where you are as far as your fingerboard knowledge. I'll walk you through a treatment of a piece at your level, you ask questions, Ever since I got a Byrdland last year I've been fascinated by carved spruce top electrics.

It's a got mellower attack, richer tone and more dynamics compared to my other guitars. But I don't prefer I played it a few weeks ago, the one with two humbuckers. I was there for a test drive on the Heritage which I didn't like. I thought the neck on the Romeo felt a little fatter than my T Yes, I had pages marked off! These pages also include a nice summary of Drop voicings. Thanks neatomic - I hadn't seen that version of a mount.

I had seen the ones from eureka sound Sound Hole Pickup Mounts They looked a little flimsy. The Pickup Cradle looks more Andy, many jazz players use just their fingers. Check out Martin Taylor, for one. It has taken too long for someone to mention working and living conditions. It should be said importing from China is not the same as a Japanese import or even Korean.

What makes me sad is when I If it was good enough for John, it's good enough for me. Search Titles Only. Intervallic Playing - Book Recommendations. Thread Tools. Join Date Aug Posts I love this sound Verheyen is one of my favorite rock guitarists , and I've been eyeing these three books on Amazon. Anyone know them?

I've heard the Verheyen book nicknamed "60 Carl Verheyen Licks", but I definitely enjoy the lick books from time to time. I don't know much about the Diorio book, but it seems like a good middle ground and is well-reviewed. The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary. Carl got his stuff from Joe.

Joe is the man when it comes to this stuff. Carl's book and vid are very helpful in putting together this material, even though his is geared toward rockers. I know of Walt, but never have seen his material. Based on his rep, I am certain is it good though. Join Date Jun Location los angeles Posts Diorio will change your playing Thanks for the info I'm leaning towards getting both 1 and 3 and leaving 2 for later. How does the Diorio book distinguish itself from a lick book?

Originally Posted by dyross. This sounds great - I am ordering it now. You seem pretty passionate about his teachings - any other material I should look into?

I'm listening to his music currently and I wish I knew about him before. I have two of Joe's instructional vids, and I get something out of them each time I view. Highly recommened. Joe was a staple at GIT for many years. He is a good teacher. I received Joe's intervallic designs book, and have spent a brief amount of time with it. I'm surprised a little by the lack of accompanying text - it does seem quite like a "lick book".

His aim for the reader to internalize the sound of each design so that the intervallic sound comes out in improvisation is motivational, but I'm not quite so certain how to approach this book. Join Date May Posts I am working right now with Diorio's book and it is quite difficult to understand some of the "licks". The first exercises are ok but then you find some and ask yourself how the hell do I incorporate this in my playing? He says play this i. I really need help to understand and approach this book.

BTW I play mainly or try to something like bossa nova. Originally Posted by flugel. Originally Posted by pkirk. PS check out diorio's book misnamed "FUSION", which has entire solos over well known progressions, including bossas, illustrating his ideas. I've just listened to it for the first time, and found it so beautiful - I also feel like giving up! I didn't know about that book.

Originally Posted by Rob MacKillop. Really glad to see Joe Diorio getting the love and respect he so deserves. I've been a huge Joe Diorio fan for years and yes I would recommend all of his books. I have managed to incorporate a little flavour of his approach in the way I play and feel very liberated because of it!

I had the books long before I managed to get hold of some of his recordings and I thought yes these are interesting unusual phrases and loved playing them but I thought 'in the real world' it would be difficult to really incorporate them but when I got to listen to the master snake his way through the improvisations I was blown away.

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Guitar Ultramodern Sounds for Improvising. REH Pro Lessons. Instructional book softcover and examples CD. With introductory text, instructional text, standard guitar notation, guitar tablature, fingerings and musical examples. Published by Hal Leonard HL. Expand your playing and your imagination with these revolutionary intervallic lines by jazz great Joe Diorio! Topics include: designs of tonality, designs of diatonic harmonies, designs for the diminished scales, designs for dominant and altered dominant chords, designs for the chromatic scales, designs of varied harmonic applications, designs of the perfect fifth interval, designs for freestyle improvisation, and more.

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Chris: A suggestion that might be of use to your fans, current and prospective students would be to follow up the "easy" arrangement with a difficult arrangement of the same tune. That way, the Hi JohnoL, jimmy blue note, I'm on one of my favourite subjects here! I'd be happy to contribute whatever I can. In The Advancing Guitarist, if you move on from the section dealing with the The OP asked for some ideas for learning more about jazz, preferably in short lessons.

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