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Gateway To Guitar Improvisation (Bk/CD
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Gateway To Guitar Improvisation (Bk/CD

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Tony Decaprio
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00842058

Price: $19.95

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Gateway To Guitar Improvisation (Bk/CD Composed by Tony Decaprio. For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00842058, UPC: 073999420586)

Learn to improvise freely over any chord progression! The Fourth Note principle is a truly remarkable method for improvising in jazz and other genres, combining ear training, theory and technique to enable students to play with unrestricted creativity. In this book/CD pack, master guitarist Tony DeCaprio shows how to incorporate this technique using focus notes to anchor your playing within a chord progression through comprehensive, step-by-step instruction with examples for practical application of every new concept. The accompanying CD includes 99 full-demo tracks. Atotally unique and revolutionary concept for teaching improvisation. There is nothing even remotely similar on the market. The approach is refreshing and brilliant. I highly recommend this book to both students and teachers. - Jimmy Bruno

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