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FDP Forum / The Chop Shop / Barry Galbraith Comping book "Wind"


U.S. - Virginia

Aug 22nd, 2017 08:29 PM   Edit   Profile  

So if you don't know BG, I'd look him up(if you are into jazz and guitar bad assery)

One of his books has some comping written in notation so you can get the hang of some standards with a very advanced comp style. This is really exactly what I got into jazz for. The comping itself is just impressive harmonically to me. I love it.

So, I have worked on this one "Wind"(gone with the wind) for a while now. Still make mistakes and I do some of my own rhythms, but its not a classical piece so it's not the point to play it too perfectly I would say. It's more to get you into new voicings and with any luck be able to just comp over any tune that's called in this way(hah fat chance).

Bass track from the play along cd.

Gone with the wind

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