Melodic Improvising' is a systematic, detailed method to help the intermediate to advanced guitarist create melodies over harmony. Using techniques developed through his 15 years of teaching improvisation at the world-renowned Berklee College of Music, Bruce Saunders' book teaches guitarists the same techniques used by pianists and brass and woodwind players to create melodic solos; a necessary book for any guitarist wishing to play 'outside the box.'. Here is a listing of related products.
Watkiss: A hybrid of perfect binding and saddlestitch. Features a squared edge and printed spine, stapled through the binding in three places. Stays open on a music stand.
8 Jul 2005
Length x Width:
11.75 x 8.75 inches
Old ISBN Code: 0786668458
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