Anyone that possesses a knowledge of base chords and scale fingering techniques can immediately get going and start to play jazz. This publication approaches scales in major and base triads theory moving onto the study of embellishment styles along with with snippets to enable a better assimilation of new concepts.
Jazz/Beginner Guitar meets the traditionally old, dull jazz books, both intimidating and confusing, proposing a truly progressive method, fun for learning this style. Carefully designed with easy to assimilate sections. Each chapter is diverse in lessons, different to the previous and involves just as much harmony as improvisation.