CONTEMPORARY CHORD KHANCEPTS PDF

There are as many approaches as there are players, and the topic can be a tricky one to teach. The new Steve Khan book, however, is innovative in its method and presentation, making it easy to understand and play many of the most modern sounding chordal ideas on the guitar. The best thing about the book for me is the inclusion of two play-along CDs that feature Khan playing the exact selections in the book. Each track is followed by a duplicate track sans guitar where you can play the same example.

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There are as many approaches as there are players, and the topic can be a tricky one to teach. The new Steve Khan book, however, is innovative in its method and presentation, making it easy to understand and play many of the most modern sounding chordal ideas on the guitar. The best thing about the book for me is the inclusion of two play-along CDs that feature Khan playing the exact selections in the book.

Each track is followed by a duplicate track sans guitar where you can play the same example. This makes the material in the book come alive. The CDs are well recorded and mixed with a contemporary sound. The tracks are very musical and fun to play. The ideas in them are "real world", the kind you can use immediately at the gig. Khan does a great job of covering most of the material a player needs to know in this book.

It starts with major and minor triads followed by 2-voice guide tone chords, going through several stock progressions, including blues and successive ii-Vs. You get to hear ideas in several keys and over various types of grooves. He also deals with a "traditional" approach to an example followed by a more "modern" approach.

There are many little gems in here that I stole right away! There is even a useful discussion of George Benson-style octaves with inner thirds. I have never seen that topic anywhere else in print. The combination of the easy to read examples in the book and the great sounding tracks on the CDs make this an especially effective learning aid.

His writing style is friendly and easy to follow. Published by Manhattan Music, distributed by Warner Bros.

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Steve Khan – Contemporary Chord Khancepts

The book is drawn from concepts which I have been sharing with my private students, and those who have attended my clinics and master classes, for now over 30 years. As there are already many fine books dealing with "jazz lines" and their formation, and various theories about how one can best "speak the linear language" of jazz, I felt that I had to narrow my focus and concentrate on one area. It is, hopefully, a relatively comprehensive study of the improvisational usage of, what I feel are, the two most common pentatonics: the minor pentatonic[R, m3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th] and what I have come to call the dominant 7th pentatonic[R, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th]. In addition, the book tries to clarify the difference between the "blues scale" and the "minor pentatonic" scale. With that done, the book shows how one can then "backtrack" and put to use the blues scale over what might seem to be some pretty uncommon chord structures. It all works beautifully together in the end.

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