Jazz guitar eBooks | Jazz guitar licks with tabs & analysis
- By Stef Ramin
- On 10/01/2016
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At the present time there are 5 jazz guitar printable eBooks pdf available for download on this website. All those eBooks contains guitar tabs, analysis and youtube video links to watch and hear them.
The sixth eBook is currently being drawn up, it's about how to improvise over a II-V-I sequence using the dorian, mixolydian, dorian bebop, dominant bebop, altered and half-whole diminished scales.....stay tuned.
Now it's time to take stock :
5 tritone substitution licks - $ 2.90 - Secure payment (paypal - gumroad)
This eBook is about the tritone substitution, it explain how to apply the tritone substitution in your guitar soloing over a II-V-I chord progression.
The tritone substitution is one of the most common substitutions found in jazz music. The basic application of a tritone substitution is to take any 7th chord and play another 7th chord that has its root a tritone away from the original.
Five easy exemples of tritone substitution over a II-V-I progression in it. (tabs, analysis & youtube links).
You can watch and hear an exemple taken from this eBook by clicking the link below
5 II-V-I jazz guitar licks & comping - $ 2.90 - Secure payment (paypal - gumroad)
II-V-I progressions are perhaps the most common chord combinations in jazz music. It is important to learn, recognize and play them in all keys.
This printable eBook contains 5 tabs/notation about easy II-V-I jazz guitar licks and 5 tabs/notation about easy II-V-I comping for beginners. Each tab is accompanied by explanations, videos and backing-track links.
Here is an example https://youtu.be/kbbKGyxHym0
10 major jazz guitar licks - $ 4.90 - Secure payment (paypal - gumroad)
This printable eBook pdf contains 10 major jazz guitar licks with tabs, treble key notation, explanations, analysis, backing-track and youtube video links inside.
Click on the link below to watch and hear some exemples excerpt from this eBook.
10 dominant jazz guitar licks - $ 4.90 - Secure payment (paypal - gumroad)
Each lick is analysed and accompanied by tabs & youtube video links.
You will learn how to play mixolydian mode, dorian and phrygian modes, minor, major and dominant arpeggios, major and minor pentatonic scales with passing tones and chromaticism. How to play with octaves (Wes Montgomery style), sixth intervals, major and diminished triads.
25 minor jazz guitar licks - $ 7.90 - Secure payment (paypal - gumroad)
All the licks present in this eBook are two-measure licks. Most of them are from the D dorian mode (the second mode of the C major scale). They can be played over a D minor seventh chord (also m6, m9, m6/9, m11), over a C major II-V-I chord progression or even over G7 chords.
In this eBook you will learn how to play jazz guitar lines over a D minor chord using the dorian mode, some arpeggios (minor, major, ninth, eleventh, dominant seventh,half-diminished), pentatonic scales, blues scale, melodic minor scale and harmonic minor scale.
25 dominant diminished patterns - $ 7.90 - Secure payment (paypal - gumroad)
This printable eBook PDF contains 25 dominant diminished jazz guitar patterns with tabs and analysis using the half-whole diminished scale (also called dominant diminished scale) and some diminished 7th arpeggios to play over dominant chords (G7, G7b5, G13, G7#9, G7b9, G7b5b9, G7b5#9 etc.)
25 soul jazz guitar licks with tabs PDF to master hard bop playing in the style of Grant Green, Melvin Sparks by using pentatonic scales and blues scale.
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This free jazz guitar lesson with tab shows you how to play the locrian mode and the diminished 7th arpeggio over a minor 2-5-1(II-V-I) jazz chord sequence.
This eBook contains 10 jazz guitar licks with tabs, analysis, scales charts and backing tracks. How to play nice jazz guitar lines over a II-V-I sequence.
In this jazz guitar lesson with tabs we will see how to play a minor seven arpeggio over a major seven chord.
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