Randy Vincent
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Edition: Paperback Book, Guitar

Description: 206 Pages

The ultimate jazz guitar reference book!

Contains detailed explanations and exercises on virtually everything a guitarist needs to start playing jazz with others: 

  • different categories of chord voicings
  • comping tips for being in a rhythm section
  • scale and chord construction
  • charts for classic jazz tunes to work on
  • developing solo chops by using riffs and pieces of familiar melodies
  • ways to approach practicing jazz
  • right hand picking techniques
  • overall jazz theory ...and much more!

Praise for Randy Vincent

 Randy Vincent is an extraordinary musician who also happens to play the guitar. With this book, he gives a real life approach to voicing chords on the instrument that will allow both the student and the professional a clear way to illuminate harmonies in the most sensible and transparent way. With almost every student I have had I have stressed the issue of getting the most mileage out of the least notes whenever possible. This book lays it out in clear and concise terms.” 
— 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

 This book is amazing. It shines a light on the incredible potential of 3-note voicings, and their ability to imply the most colorful and vivid harmonic landscapes. Randy illuminates the path of discovery in the most natural and eloquent way, guiding you into how to practice and implement these concepts in real life musical scenarios. I consider the topics explored in this book to be the foundation of how I like to look at harmony on the guitar. From triad pairs to the way he discusses harmonizing melodies, I feel Randy offers the best and most comprehensive course for the modern guitarist. Thank you Randy!” 
— Julian Lage

 Randy Vincent's Line Games is a serious, well-conceived book on jazz guitar. It has a tremendous amount of useful information which can be truly helpful to guitarists seeking thorough knowledge and training in jazz music.” 
— Kenny Burrell