Hot Licks: Jimmy Bruno - No Nonsense Jazz Guitar

DVDs / Videos | Guitar

Publisher: Hotlicks Videos
Artist: Jimmy Bruno
Series: Hot Licks
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Jimmy Bruno has played guitar with some of the all time greats, including Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand and Elvis Presley.He makes even the most daunting techniques accessible to anyone who wants to learn.Jimmy covers ii/V/I progressions, changing chord colors, training hands and ears to work together, natural picking techniques, adding bass lines to chords and much more. No nonsense—just great jazz guitar!WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY WOODY MANNJazz and blues guitarist Woody Mann learned from the legendary Rev. Gary Davis and then played and recorded with Son House, Bukka White and John Fahey. He has performed throughout the world, recorded over a dozen CDs, and is an internationally renowned guitar teacher.YOU’LL NEVER MISS A NOTE!_ You see the music and the tablature on screen as it’s being played!_ All right- and left-hand techniques are shown in close up and with helpful split-screen effects to make learning easy_ Slow motion segments with standard pitch sound_ Artist biography_ Selected discography_ Suggested listening_ Booklet with music examples included
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Length: 120
Language: English
Catalogue No: HOT210
 
     
       
         

          Musicroom Reviews

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          5
          Want to play Jazz Guitar? Then buy this DVD. Even if you hate jazz buy this DVD! This level of teaching is not found too often - there are some great tips, techniques and ideas that will save you days, weeks and years of wasted practice. There is an lot of work to get through on this DVD - no shortcuts. However there are nuggets of gold. Everything is explained clearly and simply. This is a man who is not only a great guitarist but one who thinks deeply about his instrument. He is also able to put across ideas simply and relate this theory to practice straight away. As I said buy it!
          Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
          5
          Really excellent. Easy to understand, and relates most jazz sounds to the major scale. He reminds you that you don't have to learn loads of theory before playing jazz - you have to get into the sounds. This is not 'simplified' jazz or 'Mickey Mouse' - this is the real deal by someone who really knows. Also some great tips on economy picking as opposed to alternating. His sweep playing is much more musical than Malmsteen, too!
          Anonymous - (Caernarfon, United Kingdom)
          5
          This guy is incredible and up there with George Benson at his best
          Anonymous - ( ENNISKILLEN, United Kingdom)