By Jim Ferguson
The main entire consultant to jazz/blues soloing ever written! This complete ebook information the sounds, components, and ways that make the blues such an essential component of the jazz vocabulary. relocating from blues progressions to fingerboard association to phraseology, crucial blues scales, riffs, lick improvement, and an array of complicated thoughts and units, together with alternative scales & prolonged great arpeggios are lined. all through this technique 38 solos, over a hundred song examples, and 1000's of licks are featured. Written in notation and tablature.
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Note: dotted lines represent outline of samples and areas demarcated by continuous lines represent weld zone. 1 Carbon steel–carbon steel weld SVET mapping of the carbon steel–carbon steel joints A and B showed significant differences in response, as presented in Fig. 1b. Steel A showed highly localised attack of the weld metal, while steel B showed a lower degree of attack of the weld region and more general corrosion across the joint as a whole. Note in Fig. 1b, steel B, that the intense activity at the top of the weld is associated with corrosion products that have developed due to crevice corrosion between the steel and the delaminated coating.
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All Blues Soloing for Jazz Guitar by Jim Ferguson