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Hats off for this great work.

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Is it, when i can place my fingers without looking at the strings and strum to hear the right sound?? Need your views on this!! Hi Brian.

I find your videos very helpful, but I was wondering if you have a course on transitioning from acoustic to electric guitar. I have been playing acoustic guitar for many years but need to prepare myself to play electric in church. Did you have any hard copy on lesson chord.?

Hi Brian, Thanks so much for your YouTube videos and website.

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Can you advise? Hi Brian I am from Cape Town in sunny South Africa …just signed up new to playing guitar you lessons very clear and informative thank you for the effort put it at no cost really apptreciatted. When will Amazing Grace lesson be out? Brian, I would like to know when the lesson for Amazing Grace is coming out?

Also, I am having a hard time leaving space between my hand and the guitar and being able to mute the low e string with my thumb. I play an electric. I watched and downloaded all videos of you from YouTube. Those are very useful for all beginners. But i have a suggestion, if you can please create a complete all chords tutorial book as a pdf to download all guitar players all around the world.

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Helo Brian, when will you be adding to your beginners guitar course? I see some stuff coming soon.

Just curious! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This is the book that changed it all for me harmonically speaking. Not a guitar book, not even a music book… but oh-so needed for the average jazz musician.

Modern Chord Progressions by Ted Greene. A must for guitarists serious about learning harmony on the guitar. Ted Greene demonstrates hundreds of ways to play simple yet crucial jazz and classical progressions.


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A lifetime worth of practice and inspiration even within the first few pages! Jazz Guitar Voicings Vol. An amazing, thorough, yet easy-to-grasp book on the following concept: building effective drop-2 voicings using inversions and passing diminished chords. Audio CDs included with demonstration tracks. Effortless Mastery by Kenny Werner.

The subtitle Liberating the Master Musician Within says it all. Provides the reader with a clear approach to achieve maximum potential all the while staying relaxed and focussed. Relax, play great music, improve faster and enjoy the ride! Great techniques scales in positions, arpeggios, etc. He chooses to go deeper into some nuanced details of improvisation. Really useful clarifications about melody and harmony and their different manifestations in jazz abound. A must for serious beginners and intermediate improvisers. Melodic Rhythms for Guitar by William Leavitt. One of the greatest book to improve sight-reading abilities for jazz guitarists.

Leavitt organized this book by rhythmic density and made sure that some key 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7-note rhythmic figures are repeated enough times to ingrain them well.

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