- Encuadernación en espiral: 69 páginas
- Editor: Sher Music Co ,U.S. (1 de enero de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1883217644
- ISBN-13: 978-1883217648
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº138.903 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Jazz Guitar Voicings: The Drop 2 (Guitar) Vol.1 (Inglés) Encuadernación en espiral – 1 ene 2009
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Ever wondered how guitarists like Joe Pass, Wes Montgomery and Jim Hall find such full, luscious voicings for their chord melody playing? Much of that sound is based on the ""Drop 2"" principle of chord voicings. This book by veteran guitarist Randy Vincent explains exactly how you can get that same sound, too. Contains sections covering: all the basic principals of drop 2 melody harmonization including passing tones and extension tones as well as basic chord tones; practical, guitar-friendly methods for creating hip, modern sounds by ""tweaking"" the basic drop 2 voicings; clear methods for soloing and comping in drop 2, including melodic enclosures, special guitar-oriented chromatic effects, and a system of modal drop 2 harmony; and an organized practice routine, including fingerboard diagrams as well as standard notation, to fully develop all the concepts mentioned above in a hands-on approach, with a minimum of theory. 2CDs are included with the book.
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This is probably not a book for beginners. Indeed, I'm not sure that I would have been ready to absorb it early in my playing life. I think it takes some time, for most of us, to be able to define our musical directions, and a bit more to recognize that a particular batch of instructional materials is the right batch to move us toward our desired musical destination most quickly.
So if you have wanted insights into the abilities of some guitarists to chord almost seamlessly up and down the fretboard, and if you've also wondered why the chords they use almost always seem to be the perfect choices, and if you are ready to challenge yourself musically, this is the book for you.
The chord progressions are logically developed and presented as they relate explicitly to the scales from which they are drawn. If I could add one thing to the presentation, it would be naming the chords in the progressions. The musical staff notation is accompanied by the chord diagrams, but unless the reader takes the time to identify the chords by name, he or she will be building useful patterns that could be so much more so if their components were explicitly named. Maybe Mr. Vincent will add that to the next edition.
Despite this minor point, this is easily the best and most useful book I've found in twenty years.
The book helps you bridge the gap between soloing and comping. In most textbooks the melodic approach to soloing is abandoned when talking about comping. This method emphasizes melody also in accompaniment and gently advizes you "not too overdo" this approach behind singers or soloists.
It brings chord soloing within your reach with deeper understanding of yhe theory and praxis behind it. Great kindle book. Let's have his threenote voicing book on kindle asap...:))