Your Gypsy Jazz guide
Gypsy Jazz Guitar Guidebook by Reinier Voet
Key Rhythm & Soloing Approaches for Gypsy Jazz Guitar
‘In the traditional gypsy culture, gypsy jazz musicians learned how to play from their elders, usually a family member. The gypsy method relied on intense practice and imitation, with little or no formal education. The master plays and the student emulates what he hears and sees. In similar fashion (but with the aid of interactive video, tab, and notation), master gypsy jazz guitarist Reinier Voet will pass on 10 key concepts and guide you through 7 performance studies in the Gypsy Jazz Guitar Guidebook.
“We’ll dig into all of the important ingredients and techniques of this beautiful European based style of jazz guitar, invented by Django Reinhardt almost a century ago and still very popular today. We’ll go beyond playing licks and get a solid grip on all the concepts you need to learn this exciting musical language. I’ll illustrate these concepts and techniques by playing full length solos on the standard chord progressions used in gypsy jazz.”
The concepts and techniques in this Guidebook are used by all of the master gypsy jazz guitarists including Django Reinhardt, Stochelo Rosenberg, Fapy Lafertin, Bireli Lagrene, and Angelo Debarre.’ Click here for more details…
Remember, it’s only take one to Django – You! So dig in and enjoy this wonderful introduction to Gypsy Jazz. And there’s a bonus…
Listening is learning! Bonus Gypsy Jazz mp3s
It’s always a good idea to listen to as much of the music you’re trying to master as possible. So if you want to get good at Gypsy Jazz (also known as Manouche), listen to the masters, such as Django Reinhardt, Stochello Rosenberg and Bireli Lagrene. The perfect listening material is the AGW Manouche Collection – a triple album’s worth of material. It’s yours free as a bonus if you buy the Gypsy Jazz Guidebook from our partners, Truefire. Just send us an email via our contact page with your order confirmation from Truefire and we’ll send you real music for your ears.
If you don’t want to learn this style you can still get the AGW Manouch Collection for an extremely modest cost. Click here for more details.