From intermediate to advanced, this cutting edge video software program presents Chris Standring in the first of a jazz guitar masterclass series. In this 11 lesson. Hi, I have been searching for actual reviews of ‘Play What You Hear’ by Chris Standring. Many people seem to think it is good but there are. The Purpose of the Play What You Hear jazz guitar lesson program is to teach Seriously, the author, Chris Standring, makes a great point that.

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Part two focuses on chord melody and harmonic yoj. You will learn to hear major, melodic minor and blues scales and learn harmony and how to see it all very simply on the fretboard. If you only have a desktop computer, so I am obliged to this desk, in practice, to hear the audio instructions and tools integrated.

Try to play along on your guitar.

Comes with play along tracks, spiral bound workbook and optional DVD. There are many guitarists who are technically or mechanically more developed, but few more in the realm of ‘artist. Jazz Guitar Video Masterclass Volume stansring By Chris Standring From intermediate to advanced, this cutting edge video software program presents Chris Standring in the first of a jazz guitar masterclass series. Archives March Advertisements. Play What You Hear is geared for the intermediate guitarist, at least a basic knowledge of the keyboard of the guitar, and some ability to read music.


Harmony Focuses on chord melody. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

You have to understand I am a classically trained musician and as such do not have problems with not knowing where a note is on the fretboard, however telling a person not to learn scales is silly. This course has a very good job ofpresents this concept in a format easily understandable to a very reasonable price for a course of training for specialties taught by a leader of jazz. Once you’ve gotten the “look at a D on the staff, then play a D on your guitar” thing down, it plsy be so difficult to do it in reverse by playing a note on stadnring guitar and identifying that sound with its name.

Do not learn “scale shapes” or “arpeggio shapes. Every note transcribed in xtandring notation and TAB. Every note transcribed in traditional notation and TAB. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

Very well thought out and packed with tons of material. While this is a bit ‘disappointing, I think that in the medium level of skill and is much less critical. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I’ve always leaned toward playing the standards; in particular ballads.

Play What You Hear Volume 1 – an intermediates jazz guitar instructional program by Chris Standring

Harmony Focuses on chord melody. High resolution pdf available for printing the entire program. If they were we would have a lot more Vai’s than we do. When I solo i only remember what notes are sharp or flat.

Part one focuses on single string improv. It has been many years since the first edition of Play What You Hear originally released in But I like the fact that this course is not over.


Joking aside, the author, Chris Standring, makes a good point that many guitarists learn to master the keyboard to form and view templates. Who will benefit the most from this program jazz guitar?

“Play What You Hear” eBook by Chris Standring –

Performances Study Chris Standring’s six recorded solos, transcribed with audio and high def video. Best Regards “, Todd Gray. Focusing entirely on improvising in chord melody style, Chris discusses the art of playing melodies with chordal accompaniment in the style of the great master jazz guitarists like Joe Pass, Ted Greene and George Van Eps.

From intermediate to advanced level, PWYH volume two takes you into the stratosphere with new concepts and ideas all presented plau high resolution.

Play What You Hear Volume 2

I, like many, have stacks of guitar course books that I briefly managed to get heqr but then they went on to make great dust collectors. Thank you so much! The tunes you provided and the treatment afforded each was just right for someone like myself.

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