Part 2 (second edition) of the Guitar Improv And Comping course. What do the great improvisers have in common? How can you learn from them to take your improvisational playing to a higher level? Improvisation is a universal language. The ornamentations you hear in Beck’s blues, Bird’s bebop and Bach’s baroque have common golden threads, evolving the manner in which chord tones are decorated with flurries of notes, patterns and sequences. Guitar Improv helps you deconstruct the many golden threads in improvisation, hear them anew and incorporate them into your own playing virtuosity and style In the free online version of this integrated course, all the subjects are inter-related with links. Go to: guitarimprov.com/gi.pdf
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Jim Gleason worked in the 1970's as a studio musician and was employed by over thirty major artists as music transcriber, including Santana, Journey, Herbie Hancock, Tower Of Power, Doobie Brothers, Jerry Garcia, Taj Mahal, Jorma Kaukonen. In the 1980’s and ’90’s Jim authored Note For Note Tapes and the RPM guitar method, used by 200,000 guitarists globally. His new Guitar Improv course is for sale in print on Amazon.com and available free online at guitarimprov.com/gi.pdf
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