682 MB | MP4 | 672x496 | 01:14:54
Unitonic scales , diminished arpeggios, minor and major triads, improvised bi-tonal phrasing phrasing, chromatic scales "rolls", voicings on standard harmonic progressions, diatonic substitutions, "manouche pompe" pick "sweeping," "rolls" etc. In this DVD youll discover very precious technical and aesthetic information directly inherited from the Gypsy Master, Django Reinhardt.
350 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 91 min
Joe Pass is one of jazz guitar's all-time masters. He demonstrates legendary techniques that will be of value to rock guitarists as well as jazz purists. Joe covers chord melody, chord substitutions, leading tones, chromatic chords, voice movements, and many more special excercises, all
700 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 60 min
The purpose of Jazz Mastery is to give the serious student an entry into the creative process as quickly as possible. Presented here is the necessary information, stated clearly and simply as possible, in the hope that motivation and inspiration will soon follow on the heels of comprehension. The responsibility of a teacher lies in getting students excited, as well as presenting the theory to them in an easily assimilated form.
750 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 68 min
Don Mock, master guitarist and educator, reveals his favourite chord voicings and comping concepts while demonstrating them in the context of soulful jazz and blues chord progressions that are easily applied to any situation. Includes: the 'best' and most useful chord voicings, chord extensions and alterations, chord substitutions and secondary
3.33 GB | DVD | 720x480 | 00:57:54
This DVD is designed for the guitarist who wants to study jazz guitar improvisation. This course uses a logical, beginning approach that includes jazz theory explanations, common chord substitutions, major jazz scales, and modes and their applications. No music reading is required in this course, however, knowledge of chord diagrams and tablature is needed. This DVD
1.7 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 170 min
This DVD lesson could be titled The Music of Louis Armstrong for Fingerpicking Guitar or Gary Davis Meets Louis Armstrong. Born in 1896, the brilliant Piedmont guitarist Gary Davis came of age in the teens and the twenties. He was in his prime during the Jazz Age and his playing shows it. His guitar style and techniques came out of the twenties...