Sher Music Three-note Voicings and Beyond

 
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Randy Vincent is an extraordinary musician. With this book, he gives a clear way to illuminate harmonies in the most sensible and transparent way.” — Pat Metheny What a great book! Randy Vincent has given us a huge amount of material we guitar players can use when we're listening and reacting to what's going on around us. This is so practical — and so rare! Thanks, Randy!” — Jim Hall This book is full of essential information for jazz guitarists at any level. It's beautifully put together. Very logical and easy to understand. A wonderful book.” — Mike Stern I can't imagine a more thorough, organized approach to three-note voicings. This book will be an invaluable asset to any serious student of jazz guitar.” — Ben Monder A complete guide to three-note jazz guitar voicings and related topics for everyone from intermediate newcomers to jazz guitar up to very advanced players. The book develops a unique "dynamic" concept of harmony where three independently moving lines team up to create beautiful harmonies that are valuable for comping, chord melodies and chordal jazz improvisations. Topics include: Three-note "shell" voicings and special derived comp voicings Compete triad review including all close and open inversions on all strings A section on developing "walking" guitar voicings, harmonized bass lines perfect for accompaniment in situations where no bass or keyboard is present Sections on triad applications such as "slash" chords, Upper Structures, hexatonic triad-pairs and special "hybrid" voicings Quartal and Secundal voicings perfect for modal comping and soloing Drop-2 reductions perfect for melody harmonizations Envious of pianists using lush "Shearing" style block chords? Here's a complete method to develop a realistic simulation on guitar. Plus much more! Hundreds and hundreds of examples in both music notation and guitar grids. 200 pages!

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