Jazz Guitar Structures
by Andrew Green
For guitarists, the technical learning curve for improvisation is fairly steep. For this reason, it is important to find multiple uses for the musical structures that you learn to execute. This approach decreases the learning curve considerably. Jazz Guitar Structures shows you how to expand your improvising vocabulary by combining small, easily identifiable melodic ideas...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published August 3rd 2004 by Andrew Green
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A fresh new way to organize ones thinking utilizing scale snippets (structures) to suggest alternate scale sounds by beginning the structures on various scale tones. Very good info, however for the most part the book is written only in standard music notation which is difficult for the vast majority of guitar players to access. In 2010 ANY guitar book of this quality and at this price should have examples provided in guitar tabulature. For this reason I only give it three star