|Visit my photo gallery|
|Free harmony worksheets|
|Some common questions from students|
|Ted Greene memorial website.The reknown jazz guitar teacher is no longer with us but his wonderful teachings carry on.|
|Free staff paper of all kinds|
|Interactive music theory and ear training tests|
|Handy online metronome!|
|History of the 'original' Real Book What is the Real Book? And why should any aspiring jazz musician have one? Read the history here. I got mine around 1972 and it was a xerox copy of the original illicit version!|
|Fantastic bass lessons website!|
|Just Jazz Guitar Magazine The best jazz guitar publication! Some great resources here.|
|The Barry Galbraith Memorial Chord Melody Archives. During my studies with Barry Galbraith in the 70's, he gave me many fascinating arrangements he created just for his students. Here's a 2.5mb pdf file containing 42 of those arrangements, recreated with notation software (Barry's hand notation was atrocious!)Barry Galbraith Lives!|
|Jazz guitarist Steve Kahn's site Free transcriptions here with accompanying music clips by Wes Montgomery, Pat Martino, Grant Green, Jim Hall and others. Highly recommended!|
|Huge repository of "vanilla" chord changes to jazz standards|
|Huge standards lyric site with elementary chord changes.|
|Steve Greene.com My old high school pal is the most unusual jazz guitar teacher in Rochester NY.|
|Stalking the Oldest 6-string Guitar|
|Center for Transition and Transformation My wife, Penny Field, is a superb psychotherapist. Check out her site.|
Evan Goodrow studied with me a few years ago.
He now performs with his EGB band in NYC, Boston and all around New England building a successful career.
Andy Thompson studied with me for over 7 years, from the age of 7 1/2 thru most of high school. At his first lesson, when he demonstrated his favorite boogie woogie blues and told me about the Duane Eddy records he liked to listen to, I knew right away this kid was going to be different. The Thompson Brothers Band now has an RCA/Nashville recording contract.
Patricia Drain studied with me for 5 1/2 years. With no previous musical training, she came to her first lesson with an actual toy guitar, looking for a new interest now that her children were big enough to allow her a little free time. Although it took her the better part of three years to develop the hand strength to play a clean barre chord, she almost never missed a lesson. Eventually she decided to broaden her studies and enrolled in Berklee College. She graduated, studied with other teachers, started her own guitar trio specializing in standards and bossa novas which she sings in the original Portugese, gigged extensively around southeastern Mass. She also founded the Middle Street School of Music in Plymouth, MA and now employs 33 teachers who teach 650 students. And to think she came to me with a toy guitar!
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