1.1 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 91 min

This set includes all 4 volumes: Minor Swing, Limehouse Blues, Gypsy Bossa, I can’t give you anything but Love. Gypsy Jazz Duets came together under an unusual and somewhat improvised set of circumstances. Yet, in the true spirit of “gypsy jazz,” those improvisations gave birth to an extraordinary learning experience for any jazz guitarist, particularly for those with a passion for gypsy jazz guitar.

1.3 GB | DVD | 64x480 | 01:56:54

Jimmy Bruno has played guitar with some of the all time greats, including Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand and Elvis Presley. He makes even the most daunting techniques accessible to anyone who wants to learn. Jimmy covers II/V/I progressions, changing chord colors, training hands and ears to work together, natural picking techniques, adding bass lines to chords and much more.

1.6 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 200 min

Don't let the title of this study program fool ya -- this is NOT a "funk" course (although funk guitar freaks will indeed flip over this one). Rather, Buono's curriculum of funk guitar lessons is designed for intermediate to advanced players who dig and play any form of "groove-based" music; be it rock, blues, jazz, R&B, and of course funk.
Many of the techniques, rhythmic and percussive concepts

1.2 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 130 min

By using real world examples, Jazz Combustion breaks down higher improvisational concepts such as chord voice selection, chordal movement, target tones, chord substitution, motifs, pacing, scat vocal techniques and outside playing, all while retaining the vibe of the prevailing tune’s melody and harmonic structure. 

3.7 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 82 min

Konokol is the universal system of mastering rhythm without drums. Guitar legend John McLaughlin, who has advocated this system of learning rhythm for over 30 years, brings it all together with Konokol master Selvaganesh Vinayakram, one of the foremost percussionists from India. Divided into six chapters, the student moves from basic understanding of rhythm into the wonderful world of improvisation. Exercises are explained and demonstrated followed by improvisations which

14.2 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 230 min

Alfred's PLAY series combines the convenience of multimedia lessons with the quality of expert, proven instructors. Whether you're into rock, jazz, blues, folk, country, or a little of everything. The PLAY series has all the resources you need at the click of a button. Get down to doing what you want to do, and PLAY! PLAY: Blues Guitar 3, covers soloing techniques, box patterns, phrasing, how to use 3rds and 6ths, multiple scales over one chord, and more.

1.8 GB | MPEG | 640x480 | 150 min

In “Jazz Manouche The Art of Accompaniment”, this rhythmic foundation is disassembled, piece-by-piece, by instructor Denis Chang. With the aid of three students, Denis clearly illustrates how to produce, not just “acceptable” but “authentic” Manouche rhythm. Denis’ teaching methods follow the traditional Manouche approach of oral training. Reliance on theory and printed instruction is minutesimized as the student

19.18 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 10 hours

In “Jazz Manouche Technique & Improvisation Vol 1” Denis helps the student develop a strong foundation. Using phrases to help develop the student‘s ear and technique, Denis moves along quickly. Each concept or phrase is shown at tempo. Denis then proceeds to dissect the example into its core components, slowing the elements down until the student is given a comprehen-sive analysis

3.3 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 60 min

Geared toward intermediate - and advanced-level players, Moore's lessons focus on the theory of chord and scale relationships and how they relate to the fretboard; position playing; and scales with demonstrations of the different scales that go along with major, minor, dominant seventh, and half-diminished chords ively. He presents them methodically, and then applies the scales to soloing over a basic jazz chord progression.

3.7 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 00:46:54

Joe breaks everything down to its simplest form - major, minor, or dominant. He covers everything very quickly and then goes to the examples, which he gives plenty of. However, if you're hoping for some chord melody tips or counterpoint examples you'll be disappointed with this video - it covers exactly what the title says: Jazz LINES. He does speak a little bit in the beginning about how he views chords but