#Jazz Guitar

25 Best Jazz Guitars In 2022 For Any Budget

If you are a jazz player, and you are looking to get yourself a new guitar, you should know that there are plenty of options on the market today. But what would be the best jazz guitar you can find? While the answer is mostly based on personal taste, there are a couple of pointers you can find.
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Frank Scott Photo Expose “The Pat Martino Celebration of Life Experience”

Photographer Frank Scott shares photos from a special night at “The Pat Martino Celebration of Life Experience”. South Jersey Jazz Society presented a Celebration of Life and Legacy of the great jazz guitarist Pat Martino on November 3 through 6, 2022. Artists at the festival included influential musicians and jazz icons who have interacted with Martino throughout the guitarist’s illustrious career that spanned more than five decades before he passed away in 2021.
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It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas | My Karaoke, Backing track + Process

Hello Folks! Christmas coming soon, so I decided to do some Christmas backing traks on popular songs and carols. Backing track or Karaoke on Chrismas song "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas" with Lyrics and chords. Version by Michael Bublé. You can sing over this or play an instrument.
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Greg Dallas, Jan Esbra - Confluence (2022) [Hi-Res]

Genre: alternative, ambient, electronic, jazz, experimental. Quality: MP3 320 kbps; 16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC; 24-bit/48kHz FLAC. If you are going on a 7 day voyage to unexplored territory, sonic or otherwise then friendship & trust are fundamental. Fortunately Colombian Jan Esbra & American Greg Dallas’ decade long personal affection, musical admiration, electronic curiosity and improvisational leanings born from their jazz guitar roots were all steady hands on the rudder during this intense & unpredictable creative outpouring. Remarkably they travelled light, only utilising a synth, an old piano and two guitars - all fed through various effects pedals which largely disguise their identities. Even more remarkably this is Greg’s debut and Jan’s sophomore LP.

UNLV Jazz Ensembles to perform in annual fall festival

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Who's ready to listen to some jazz music?. The UNLV Jazz Ensembles and combos will perform at the Black Box Theatre for its annual Fall Jazz Festival from Nov. 28 through Nov. 30, starting at 7:30 p.m. According to UNLV, the jazz studies program recently...

Jazz Guitar Talk | The Acoustic Guitar Podcast

Does the Great American Songbook endure because the songs themselves are timeless or because musicians give them a fresh spin? San Francisco–based jazz guitarists Mimi Fox, Nick Rossi, and Paul Mehling weigh in! Join us for a lively roundtable discussion on acoustic jazz standards and making jazz accessible to all kinds of listeners.

Marcus Paquin Releases Video For “Until It’s Gone”

Ahead of the release of his debut solo album Our Love. Producer/songwriter Marcus Paquin has shared the final single “Until It’s Gone,” the album drops on November 26th via Birthday Cake Records. Paquin is known for his production on albums by The National, Local Natives, The Weather Station, Julia and many more.

Mick Goodrick (1945-2022). A Tribute by Mark Small.

Mark Small (*) pays tribute to the massively influential guitarist and educator Mick Goodrick. On 16 November 2022, American jazz guitarist Mick Goodrick, a sought-after performer and educator who deeply impacted three generations of guitarists around the world, departed this life. He passed away peacefully at his home in Boston, Massachusetts, surrounded by close friends. Despite obituaries in notable publications citing various illnesses as the cause of death, those who knew Goodrick best say there was no definitive diagnosis for the medical issues that beset him in recent years. Put most simply: he battled a progressive degenerative disease that limited his mobility and prompted his 2020 retirement from Berklee College of Music, where he had mentored countless students for three decades.

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Luke Stamenkovich Is Back With a Compelling EP ‘Chasing Dreams’, Packed With 6 Charming Tracks

Groove along with the most impressive guitar compositions of Luke Stamenkovich. In his latest EP ‘Chasing Dreams’ he has delivered 6 sticking instrumental numbers. (The Magazine Plus Editorial):- Perth, Western Australia Nov 21, 2022 ( – The young and vibrant Australian-born guitarist and composer Luke Stamenkovich is a known face in this industry. He has worked with various recording studios both, national and international. From a very young age, he has been playing in various bands and performances. His recent release ‘Chasing Dreams‘ is a blend of some impressive composed releases. In this EP he has delivered 6 brilliantly made numbers. Mason Vellios has produced this EP and he has distributed it.

New Davy Mooney Lesson, Burton Lane’s “How About You?”

🎸 CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE to JAZZ GUITAR TODAY YOUTUBE Tons of great interviews and studies… Subscribe, watch, learn, and be informed on the latest in contemporary improvisational music language and the artists who are leading us all …. In this video lesson, Mooney analyzes Burton Lane’s “How...

Exclusive JGT Interview With The Italian Powerhouse, Giuseppe Continenza

Giuseppe Continenza discusses current projects, guitars, and education, as well as provides some advice for younger guitarists. Giuseppe Continenza graduated from the Musicians Institute in Hollywood. He has recorded with Joe Diorio, Vic Juris, Jimmy Bruno, Jack Wilkins, Gary Willis, and Gene Bertoncini, just to name a few. He’s a founder of the European Musicians Institute in Pescara, Italy. He is also chair of Jazz Guitar at Conservatory “L.D’Annunzio” in Pescara. In 2003 he became an endorser of Benedetto Guitars and Bob Benedetto built for him a special “Cremona”.

Grateful Web Interview with John Skehan

Railroad Earth will be celebrating New Year’s Eve in Chicago at the Vic Theatre for a two-night bluegrass extravaganza, featuring the legendary Peter Rowan. Friday night’s show is a tribute to Peter Rowan’s former outfit, Old & In The Way. The party kicks off at 8:00 on both nights. | Get tickets here: 12/30/22 | 12/31/22.

Goodbye, Brockhampton: The Hip-Hop Boy Band’s 15 Best Songs, Ranked

A collective of rappers, vocalists, producers and designers, Brockhampton became more than just a “boy band” during their brief and prolific run.   After forming on an online forum dedicated to Kanye West fans, Kevin Abstract, Matt Champion, Merlyn Wood, Dom McLennon, Joba, Ameer Vann and Bearface went on to release their debut mixtape “All-American Trash” in 2016 before shaking up the hip-hop world the following year with the critically acclaimed “Saturation” album trilogy. Brockhampton became known for their eccentric personalities, energetic live performances and hyper-stylized music videos and merchandise. Plus, in an age before Lil Nas X, bandleader Kevin’s casual, humorous...

CSC instructor plays at conference

CHADRON – Music Instructor Jeremy Quick represented Chadron State College at the Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival in early September in Denver. At the conference, Quick said he made connections with musical artists who could potentially showcase their talents as guest artists on campus. He gained new insight into arranging the Guitar Ensemble he coaches, and discussed curriculum and teaching styles with peers.

Remembering Mick Goodrick, an inconspicuous guru of jazz guitar

At the back of his influential book The Advancing Guitarist: Applying Guitar Concepts & Techniques, in an appendix called “Selected Short Subjects,” Mick Goodrick leads off with a pithy comment on competition: “If compete you must, try to keep it to yourself.”. This is not, one might...

How the Dopest Playlist on Broadway Came Together

There’s plenty to mesmerize an audience onstage at Topdog/Underdog, the Pulitzer-winning play by Suzan-Lori Parks on Broadway now in a limited engagement (through Jan. 13, 2023). The production — starring Corey Hawkins (who portrayed Dr. Dre in Straight Outta Compton) and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (an Emmy-winner for HBO’s Watchmen) in roles originated by Mos Def (Yasiin Bey) and Jeffrey Wright, respectively — has received rave reviews for good reason: the story of two brothers (named Lincoln and Booth) bound by a gradually-revealed, traumatic family history and a love of the three-card monte street hustle, is by turns hilarious, haunting and heartbreaking, and Hawkins and Abdul-Mateen give performances that seem destined for Tony nominations.