|Jody Fisher's Jazz Guitar Chord-Melody Course: The Jazz Guitarist's Guide to Solo Guitar Arranging and Performance, Book & CD
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|One of America's top jazz guitar educators and authors, and a respected jazz chord-melody performer, Jody Fisher clarifies and simplifies the art of creating an arrangement and improvising as a solo guitarist. In his easy-to-understand and enjoyable style, this master of solo guitar teaches all of theory, technique, and arranging skills you need to start a lifelong journey as a solo guitarist. As the author says, "Becoming a solo guitarist is an ongoing learning experience that will reward you with a highly personal form of expression. As a solo guitarist, you will be completely self-reliant; your skills will free you from dependency on anyone else, Also, these skills will transfer directly to group playing, so you can't really lose." Jody Fisher's Jazz Guitar Chord/Melody Course is a must-have for any serious jazz guitarist.
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