1.1 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 91 min
This set includes all 4 volumes: Minor Swing, Limehouse Blues, Gypsy Bossa, I can’t give you anything but Love. Gypsy Jazz Duets came together under an unusual and somewhat improvised set of circumstances. Yet, in the true spirit of “gypsy jazz,” those improvisations gave birth to an extraordinary learning experience for any jazz guitarist, particularly for those with a passion for gypsy jazz guitar.
1.8 GB | DVDrip| 640x480 | 150 min
In “Jazz Manouche The Art of Accompaniment”, this rhythmic foundation is disassembled, piece-by-piece, by instructor Denis Chang. With the aid of three students, Denis clearly illustrates how to produce, not just “acceptable” but “authentic” Manouche rhythm. Denis’ teaching methods follow the traditional Manouche approach of oral training. Reliance on theory and printed instruction is minutesimized as the student
19.18 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 10 hours
In “Jazz Manouche Technique & Improvisation Vol 1” Denis helps the student develop a strong foundation. Using phrases to help develop the student‘s ear and technique, Denis moves along quickly. Each concept or phrase is shown at tempo. Denis then proceeds to dissect the example into its core components, slowing the elements down until the student is given a comprehen-sive analysis
2.34 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 110 min
Designed to motivate and inspire students, Guitar Sherpa's innovative learning systems employ a hands-on, contextual format. Students play their way through Guitar Sherpa curriculum rather than working through tedious examples and exercises. Frank Vignola is one of the most multi-dimensional artists in the industry. A monster player and composer, Frank's work with everyone from Les Paul to Donald Fagen
699 MB | MPEG | 352x288 | 00:58:54
This hour-long video with the late Emily Remler covers some of jazz guitar's most important topics, such as true bossa nova style, samba rhythms, unique chord positions, alternating bass lines, syncopated guitar parts, passing chords, jazz minor scales, arpeggio licks, learning to put various scales over certain chords, eighth-note improvisation, II-V progressions and V-I resolutions. Truly a jazz master class!
1.3 GB | DVD | 64x480 | 01:56:54
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.
692 MB | MPEG2 | 592x448 | 01:29:54
Tuck Andress is a master of fingerstyle guitar who now shares his subtle skills and techniques with you. Tuck gives in-depth demonstrations and explanations about every aspect of fingerstyle, including walking bass patterns combined with chords, comping rhythms, voicings, vibrato, sliding, leading with the melody, various right- and left-hand techniques and much more. Includes close ups, music and tab shown on screen as it's being played, split-screen shots and slow motion segments to make learning easy. Other features include a new int
750 MB | MPEG2 | 464x352 | 00:58:54
Alfred’s Artist Series has expanded to include Don Mock: The Blues from Rock to Jazz. Don Mock is internationally recognized as a master educator, guitarist, author, recording artist, composer, and synthesizer stylist. As one of the three original founding instructors at the Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT) in Hollywood, Don has long been known and respected for his b
4.3 GB | DVD | 720x480 | 01:35:54
A true giant in the world of jazz guitar, Tal Farlow reveals many of his unique playing secrets in this now-classic instruction session. He covers pre-electric rhythm guitar styles, tritones, playing in flat keys, chords within solos, chromatic movement, right-hand extensions and many more jazz guitar techniques. With contributions from Lenny Breau and George Benson, this DVD
7.01 GB | DVD | 704x480 | 02:00:54
They don’t call it "hot guitar" for nothing! The driving style pioneered by Django Reinhardt and other Gypsy players became one of the dominant sounds in jazz during the thirties and forties, and its influence is still strongly felt today. Paul Mehling knows the style as well as anyone, and he takes it apart in detail for the learning player. A band won’t swing without a strong rhythm