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Jazz Guitar Practice Guide

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In my 20 years teaching jazz guitar, I’ve worked with thousands of students all over the world.

 

These students range from complete beginners, to seasoned professionals, and everything in between.

 

Though they come from varied backgrounds and experiences, every student shares two things in common.

 

  • One, having a balanced practice routine produces real results.
  • Two, players that stick to an organized routine reach their full musical potential.

 

I’ve written the Jazz Guitar Practice Guide to help you achieve these same results.

 

This 178 page guide teaches you to effectively and efficiently learn jazz guitar.

 

You learn how to make the most out of every minute of practicing, develop solid fundamentals, and reach your full potential.

 

Most importantly, you turn practice room frustration into practice room enjoyment.

 


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When You Buy the Jazz Guitar Practice Guide You Get

 

  • 178 page printable PDF.
  • Musical examples in TAB and standard notation.
  • Mp3 audio examples.
  • Practice plans for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players.
  • Effective and fun exercises for all levels of guitarists.
  • And much more.

 


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Learn How to Practice, Not Just What to Practice

 

There are many books out there that show you what to practice.

 

These books list endless chords, scales, and arpeggios to learn in the woodshed.

 

They also tell you that transcribing and learning tunes is important.

 

But, where they fall short, is that they don’t teach you how to practice this material.

 

Or, which tunes, chords, scales, arpeggios, and transcriptions will benefit you the most.

 

The Jazz Guitar Practice Guide goes beyond other books in both of these categories.

 

With this guide, you learn the exact techniques, tunes, and transcriptions that are best for you at this stage in your playing.

 

It also teaches you how to practice this material in the most effective and enjoyable way possible.

 

This means less time wasted in the practice room and more growth in your playing.

 

In the Jazz Guitar Practice Guide, you learn how to effectively:

 

  • Analyze your playing to maximize your practice time.
  • Emphasize your strengths and target your weaknesses.
  • Comp, solo, and play the melody to any jazz standard from memory.
  • Connect your ears and fingers in a meaningful way.
  • Learn from your favorite jazz guitarists and recordings.
  • All with easy to follow and apply exercises and practice plans.

 


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Reach Your Maximum Jazz Guitar Potential

 

There’s nothing more frustrating than spinning your wheels in the practice room.

 

Spending hours working and not seeing results leads to frustration, and in worst cases, quitting all together.

 

Learning jazz guitar shouldn’t be frustrating, in fact it should be down right fun.

 

With the Jazz Guitar Practice guide, you see real results and increase your enjoyment on the guitar.

 

You deserve to achieve your jazz guitar goals, so take action and get started today.

 

Adding the Jazz Guitar Practice Guide to your daily routine is the next step to reaching your full jazz guitar potential.

 


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5 Comments

  1. Cliff, November 7, 2015:

    Got the Jazz Guitar Practice Guide a few days ago and did a quick read through the 178 pages. I believe that the Jazz Guitar education world has needed a guide such as this for a long time.

    I literally have several bookcases full of books on jazz (mostly Jazz Guitar). A few of those books contain some great information, but Dr. Warnock’s new compendium IS the roadmap for me. The other books will remain on the shelves as references to this e-book. It’s that simple. Thanks Matt!

  2. Drew, November 7, 2015:

    Hey Mathew,
    Just purchased the practice guide and breezed through it. This is exactly what I have needed for a long time. I have purchased so may instructional books/DVDs etc (including yours!) and while most of them are quite good in the information they’ve provided I always find myself learning the lessons but never being able to apply them effectively to my playing (and I’ve been doing this a long time!). Anyway I just wanted to thank you in advance of me diving into this book as I finally feel like I have a road map to follow.
    Best,
    Drew

  3. Mike, November 7, 2015:

    Hi, Matt. I just purchased your Jazz Guitar Practice Guide. This is definitely the best investment I have ever made in my guitar playing quest – which began in 1964. I have purchased so many books, DVDs, videos, and I am not saying those didn’t help me, but I sure wish I had stated with this book 50 years ago! I am 63 now and nearing retirement.One of my major goals in retirement is to master some of the great guitar music I have enjoyed all my life. I won’t live long enough to do it all, but I can now see the next 15 -20 years laid out in the pages of your guide. Thanks for your dedication and willingness to share your knowledge. – Mike

  4. Renan, November 13, 2015:

    Since I’ve got the eBook I just can’t let it out from my of practice routine. I read it everyday, and even when I am at work I can use it to strategically plan my current and next practice routines. It just approach each one of the subjects that are essential to build a balanced jazz guitar practice routine, which you can adapt to your own pace and knowledge. Beyond that, it details not only what you have to practice, but also how to do it in a creative and fun way, and makes you think of the practice itself, enabling you to extend what is taught.

    -Renan

  5. Steve, November 15, 2015:

    The “Jazz Guitar Practice Guide” is exactly the guidance I have been searching for in my efforts to improve. I particularly like your fretboard diagrams and the print format of the lesson materials.

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