February Promo for ‘Contemporary Blues Soloing’ Ebook – Buy £5 only!

5 Feb

THIS OFFER HAS NOW CLOSED!

I recently updated my 'Contemporary Blues Soloing' book for the physical printed version which should hit Amazon.com and other retailers shortly.

For the whole month of February 2010 I decided to offer this blues guitar method at the promotional price £5 only (roughly $8 or €6, depending on Paypal exchange rate),  when you buy in the digital Ebook format  from this site www.TrueGuitarist.com or my personal site www.GianniChiarello.com. The price will go back to £12.99 on March 1st (roughly $22, €15)

This is a digital download so the delivery of the E-book is immediate (right after a successful Paypal checkout you will be redirected to a download page).

Of course, once more, thank you to all of you that purchased this book in the past and sent positive feedback!

Right below, all the info for the book: you can download a sample of the book free!

 

Contemporary Blues Soloing

 

FEBRUARY 2010 PROMO FOR NEW EDITION: 
Until 28 of February buy the E-book securely with paypal £5 ONLY! (roughly $8 or €6)

 

Download the Contents table and a sample of the book with Mp3 recording free!

 

An in-depth, 66-page journey through many of the techniques used by contemporary blues artists like Robben Ford, Scott Henderson and many more. Includes over 40 Mp3 Tracks audio examples.
From the Introduction:'I have written this book with the intent of helping the intermediate blues/rock player to break out of the well known ‘box standard pentatonic shape’ and venture towards more contemporary sounds. The blues language has developed in the last few decades from just being pentatonic based, to a more articulate language, thanks to fusion and jazz influences. I have been asked too many times during my years of teaching how to go beyond the usual pentatonic phrases that we have all heard way too many times, so I thought of collecting a wide array of ideas to steer your playing in different directions, not only harmonically, but also rhythmically'. The ebook is a digital download in the popular Pdf format and includes a recording of all audio examples in MP3 format.

NEW! Buy 'Contemporary Blues Soloing' in Physical Format (yes, the old style book that you can touch!) and eBook at lulu.com, just click on the link below!

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Gianni

Gianni Chiarello has gained a reputation as an extremely versatile musician, having professional credits as a guitarist, bassist, arranger and producer. His music is a preconception-free mix of Jazz, Funk, Blues, R&B and contemporary elements, influenced by .

Born in Italy, in his forming years he performed with some of his country’s finest musicians working towards developing different styles, from rock to pop, funk and jazz. In 1999 he moved to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music, on a scholarship program, where he graduated with a Degree “Magna cum laude” in Professional Music, studying under the direction of Mick Goodrick, Hal Crook, Brett Willmott and Dave Samuels, also playing in the Boston area and along the States’ east coast as a freelance musician.

Alongside studio work, he has been performing with, and leading as Musical Director, numerous bands and orchestras, comping for celebrities from the sixties like The Platters, The Coasters, Bobby Arvon, The Diamonds, Vegas – Broadway entertainers like Tony Tillman, Kenny James, Hal Fraiser, Lorna Luft, Ben Vereen, Susan Anton and Roy Walker. Furthermore his work entailed musical theatre style production reviews, encompassing shows such as “Smokey Joe’s Café”, “We Will Rock You”, “Starlight Express”, “Grease” and “Rent”.

After relocating to the UK in 2005, has performed, amongst others with Robbie McIntosh (John Mayer, Paul Mccartney) Jeremy Stacey (Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow), Jason Rebello (Sting, Jeff Beck), Iain Ballamy and many others. His latest instructional eBooks can now be purchased online: “Contemporary solo guitar” (2008) and “Contemporary blues soloing” (2009) “Contemporary Blues Chords and Comping” (2011)

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