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by Joe Pass

Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Joe Pass
ISBN: 0739019333
ISBN13: 978-0739019337
Language: English
Publisher: Alfred Music (February 1, 1987)
Pages: 24
Fb2 eBook: 1572 kb
ePub eBook: 1967 kb
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Learn to play Joe Pass chords with these essential lines and concepts. Study how Joe builds his classic chord sound on the guitar.

Learn to play Joe Pass chords with these essential lines and concepts. TAB, audio, notation. To help you dig deep into these lines and the concepts behind them, here are six ways that you can practice Joe Pass chords:, Learn the lines in the given key., Move the lines to other keys.

This book illustrates how Joe Pass treat Jazz Charts or chord melody. I love how Joe constructs the book to be very organic for the player to find their way through

I love how Joe constructs the book to be very organic for the player to find their way through. There are some folks who take issue with chords not being labeled in the book. I can understand why they are upset, but I actually see this as a bonus.

Joe Pass Guitar Chords book. I go through this book once or twice a week to practice basic chords on the guitar. Joe Pass was one of the most important guitarists of the 20th century. Learn the sound of modern chords and chord progressions  . I highly recommend "Joe Pass Guitar Chords" to every guitarist because: it will help you get your chord chops together, it covers the basic chords you need to know, & it'll get away from playing just "cowboy" chords all the time. The chords are divided into six major categories of sounds--major, seventh, augmented, minor, diminished and minor-seventh flat fifth. The purpose is to portray their sound in context of the category.

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Learn the sound of modern chords and chord progressions. You will play all basic and extended chord forms, solos and chord substitutions

Learn the sound of modern chords and chord progressions. You will play all basic and extended chord forms, solos and chord substitutions The purpose is to portray their sound in context of the category. See all. Joe Pass sheet music. Seller information: Sheetmusicplus.

Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. I’ve been looking for something to open up my range chords, and heard Joe Satriani talking about this book and what a huge influence it was during his early years on the guitar. I’ve not been disappointed. Be prepared to be patient, and listen with care, and your understanding and application of different chord voicings will open up through this deceptively simple book. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: New. Best-selling in Non Fiction. You will play all basic and extended chord forms, solos and chord substitutions  . Joe covers all the bases with two sections on chord forms and chord passages. The chord passage section is divided into nine categories, including such topics as Major Sounds, Diminished Sounds, Augmented Sounds, Standard Patter Chord Substitutions, and other chord progression - related topics.

Learn the sound of modern chords and chord progressions. You will play all basic and extended chord forms, solos and chord substitutions. The chords are divided into six major categories of sounds---major, seventh, augmented, minor, diminished and minor-seventh flat fifth. The purpose is to portray their sound in context of the category.
Comments to eBook Joe Pass Guitar Chords: Learn the Sound of Modern Chords Chord Progressions
Anasius
I had this book in the past and now acquired it again, an earlier edition but nevertheless, the material is the same. The CONCEPT behind this book is ****All chords are derived from one of three basic chord families, major, minor or dominant. No matter how elaborate a chord is, it draws its basic sound from one of these three groups.**** Joe taught this through out his career. For example, he will illustrate the III and VI minor7 shapes under the I major 7 sound with regards to extensions; then he will do this with the Minor chords and Dominant chords. Through ILLUSTRATIONS, you will learn the characteristics of each family and which chords are related to which family.

This book is for intermediate and advance player becuase Pass does not explain in beginner terms what he is playing. He does state in this book, he wants the player to LISTEN to the sound of the chord without focusing on the name of the Chords... LISTEN to how other chords extend the major sound or minor sound or Dom sound.

This book illustrates how Joe Pass treat Jazz Charts or chord melody. If you already know about chords and chordal substitutions, then get this book ONLY IF YOU want to know how JOE apply such theories..

4/5 stars because he should have given more insight to his chordal styling...

Cheers.
TheFresh
I love how Joe constructs the book to be very organic for the player to find their way through. There are some folks who take issue with chords not being labeled in the book. I can understand why they are upset, but I actually see this as a bonus. Not having chord labels means that the player has to make sonic connections to hear the quality and relationships of the chords and has less distractions to get caught up on. Also, I think figuring out what each chord is helps the learner rather than hinders them. My opinion, though. If you are going off of my recommendation, I say suck it up and buy the book.
Negal
If you are a guitar beginner and want a basic introduction to guitar chords, this is not the book for you. This is for more advanced guitar players who are looking to break out of the shackles of standard major/minor and blues-based chord progressions, and especially if you want to add some jazzy options to your playing. Unlike most other chord books the actual names of the chords are NOT provided - just the 'shapes' up and down the fingerboard, in the key of C. The idea being that you become familiar with the shapes and their sounds through practice, and then start transposing them into other keys later, as need be. This method suited me really well as I've always preferred playing shapes while listening to the chords' relationships to each other sonically, rather than reading music or thinking of the names of chords in my head as I play. I've only had it for a week but already my playing has improved immensely - I'm finding myself intuitively linking a bunch of the chords into new combos that sound great, and I don't especially have to worry about what these chords are, technically speaking. I'm finding it quite addictive. This book is considered a classic (see online videos by guitarists such as Joe Satriani who recommend it) and I can now see why. Highly recommended so long as you already have the basics under your belt and its unusual format suits your learning style. Add jazzy diversity to your playing style. Not for beginners. Ideal for rock/blues players to mix things up and add depth.
Mr.Savik
It shows a variety of chord forms but doesn't name them but he states that in the beginning of the book. I found other books that name chords with their roots and that make it easier to see the 3rd and 5th of the chord. That was more helpful to me.
Cordann
Classic
Fast Lovebird
I found the book to be very helpful. I'm a relative beginner at jazz guitar and the presentation was clear, concise and not overly technical. I would recommend it to anyone interested in being a better guitar player.
Marinara
Although it's a very short book, it has good examples of Pass' chord substitution. You can get a lot out of it if you look hard enough.
Purchased as a gift, good starter book for chords.
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