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How to Play Jazz Guitar : Walking Bass Chord Comping in Jazz Guitar marty Schwartz
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I want to learn to play jazz guitar
What equipment is needed? Obviously, a guitar, but what kind? I never touched a guitar in my life and want to learn. I need the amp for playing jazz guitar, and if so, what would you recommend?
Most jazz guitar you hear on the recordings is played on an electric guitar, so you want to get an amplifier with an electric guitar. If your goal is to emulate the same jazz sounds you've heard used by other guitarists, which is the fat bass response, clean, smooth and excellent and tone, you will be able to do a variety guitars and amps, but the "traditional" jazz guitar have always been the hollow (or semi-body trough) Gibson guitars, such as 175 (jazz guitar final) or 335 on. Manufacturers such as Epiphone, provide access copies of these guitars are very beautiful in themselves. For an amplifier, have many options. If you want to go in one of the jazz clubs of Greenwich Village in New York and play for play, may be presented with his Gibson guitar amplifier 175 and a ring. I do use a Polytone but they are very popular with jazz guitarists working. They are compact and portable, I agree. Could comfortably take your guitar and amp in the subway and show play to play anywhere. However, a Polytone amp is quite expensive and not necessary to spend that money on a first-class amplifier. Any amplifier Decent combo (ie with the speaker and amplifier in the same box) that has a good channel for its own costumes permanently. I want to make sure that step is at least a 10 "speaker. I have the same Fender Princeton Reverb 1965 (http://www.ampwares.com/ffg/princeton_reverb_bf.html) which was used by Wes Montgomery jazz itself and this amp is only about 15 watts in a 10 "speaker, but it seems very well, I do not know your budget, but if I had to leave today, probably one of the small Fender amps combined. You can play jazz in almost any what guitar I mentioned, the Gibson 175 and 335 are actually the favorite and people are accustomed to seeing these musicians playing jazz instruments, it is the penalty, but in reality, almost all guitar will do. Would sound strange to appear on a jazz concert with a guitar that has been designed with an aesthetic geared for heavy grinding and metal, but in reality there are many other guitars that would be appropriate for jazz. Les Paul, who has a well-known guitar that bears his name, is a fine jazz guitarist Les Paul guitar is a solid body instrument. Lenny Breau, one of the guitarists the most amazing ever, played a solid body. There are even Fender Telecaster players who are so attached to it which will allow their use for jazz (The crowd is fanatically attached Telecaster guitar for everything. I know I am one.) If the sky is the limit, the money is not important, and I great music and jazz instrument can be played on it, you can ask Eastman guitar commissioned to be built for you (a guy who played with a magnificent instrument), or find a classic D'Angelico or D'Aquisto hollow body jazz guitar.
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