BLUES GUITAR BOOK PDF

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copy the Blues Guitar Book as needed for personal use only. LESSON BOOK Examples in this book will use a variety of types of musical notation. Here are the . enjoy this book and encourage you to look for other fine products from Alfred and the National Guitar Workshop. Alfred has made every effort to make this book. This book of written lessons is an excellent tool and reference manual to develop and enhance your . The Minor Pentatonic Blues scale all five box scales.


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Usually turnarounbd patterns consist of two parts: 1. The first part on the I chord in the key of A this would be an A7 chord and 2. This can be done upwards or downwards.

During the second part we fool around with the V chord, which can be done in two ways also: From above usually with one half step or from below usually with two half steps. In between we have space for three other notes. We simply use the three chromatic notes just below the root of the V chord. In between we have space for three other notes again.

After a short rest an eigth note rest we play the note just a half step above — which creates a lot of tension — and then we immediately resolve that tension again by going back that half step. After we reached the V chord , we immediately play the note two half steps below no rest this time. Then we move back up in half steps till we reach the V again.

Putting the two parts together The two possibilities for the first part and the two possibilities for the second part can be combined freely. Scroll down for a list of all available titles. Click on the song you want to see. To search this page in your browser press control and F.

Jelly Roll Morton, inventor of jazz online book by Alan Lomax with some sheet music and lyrics samples. The Book of Jazz - all aspects of jazz explained. The following related items may also be of Interest 12 bar blues on any instrument, a basic guide by Rick Townend. Jazz Chords for guitar, A simple guide by Rick Townend.

Teach Yourself Jazz - an introduction for musicians wishing to add jazz to their playing styles. Subscribe to The Traditional Music Library mailing list. Visit us on FB.Lets apply this example to a major scale; you have the same notes, but they are named differently.

You can use either of these positions for the 1, 4 or 5 chords in a blues progression, but it's most common to use the E form for the 1 chord and the A form for the 4 and 5 chords. Scroll down for a list of all available titles. They are identified with the 3rd and 7th notes.

The name of the chord changes depending on where you play it based on the "Root" note. In short, they are chords that add extra notes; they give the chord a jazzy feel. Author Schonbrun introduces the reader to the concept of phrasing and inflection with hands-on exercises and demonstrations.