Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar

Dies ist kein Artikel, eher eine Liste – nach Genres, Spielarten und so angesetzt, dass auch ich einen ersten Blick habe auf Namen, Namen, Namen, die es lohnt – mit denen eine Auseinandersetzung interessant erscheint, als Gitarrist –

Die Gitarrenkultur hatte viele Verbrechen und Verbrecher. Es gab einige gute Sachen, aber die Kunst des Liedes war verschwunden. Der Pop war sehr künstlich geworden. Im Rock ging es um Virtuosität, und überall lauerte der Machismo, oder es ging um ‚Groove‘, was oft eine Angst vor Akkordwechseln impliziert. Ich habe versucht, die Erinnerungen an Pudelschnitte zu verdrängen, aber The Smiths war definitiv eine Reaktion.“ Johnny Marr (The Smiths)

Die Jazzgitarre. Wie leben. Wie setzen. Wo anfangen. Die erste Gitarre ist wahrscheinlich eine akustische, du hast die Wahl: zwischen Western-, Flamenco oder Konzertgitarre, es folgt der Blues, ein erster John Lee Hooker oder ein Muddy Waters, das alles nach Gehör, oder abgeguckt von Freunden, herbeizitiert aus Heften. Dem Blues folgt der Frust, weil sich nichts so anhört wie die dort auf der LP.

Es werden die Stilrichtungen bekannt. Ganz vorn steht so etwas wie Howlin Wolf, oder eben John Lee Hooker, (Pech für dich: du kannst nicht singen). Du hörst das Swingen bei Django Reinhardt, das Fließende bei Charlie Christian, das Groovige von Joe Pass, das Funkige bei George Benson, und stocherst selbst im Quintenzirkel herum, hast weder Rhythmus- noch Harmoniegefühl.

Es folgt die Differenz, du willst eine klassische Gitarre und dich in Notenlinien absichern. Du willst die einfachen Bluesriffs und schaffst es sogar, sie Killer Blues Bar zu nennen und als solche bei jeder Gelegenheit zu zitieren. Du hörst das erste Mal Carlos Santana und willst eine E-Gitarre.

Gleich hörst du John Mc Laughlin und glaubst, Gitarre spielen bedeutet Fingerfertigkeit. Du holst dir ein Lehrbuch von Joe Pass und bereicherst deine Bluesakkorde um Chromatisches. Du hörst Pat Metheny und weißt, das schaffst du nie. Bei Eric Clapton fühlst du dich geborgen, ohne zu wissen, dass auch er auf höchstem Niveau spielt, so leicht.

Säulenheilige entstehen: jeweils erkennbar in ihrem Sound: DER Wes Montgomery, DER Joe Pass, DER Pat Metheny, DER John Scofield, DER Eric Clapton, DER Bill Frisell, du hast noch nicht einmal gefragt, wo ist DIE Gitarristin. Noch keine Mary Osborne gehört, keine Emily Remler, keine Sister Rosetta Tharp, keine Memphis Minnie, wer war gleich Elizabeth Cotten, wer Susan Tedesci?

Es folgen die Modernisten um Ben Monder, Nir Felder, Wolfgang Muthspiel. Michael Sagmeister macht den Lehrer. Du lernst Hedvig Molestad kennen, hörst Samantha Fisch und Debbie Davis – und wo bleibst du?

Du hast die Wahl, du darfst alles versuchen, es wird sich vor allem eins erweisen, Rhythmus- und Harmonieempfinden entscheiden über deine Zuordnungen und weniger, welches WahWah Pedal oder welche Rückkopplung oder welcher Verstärker. Es muss dir klar werden: Gitarre lernst du am besten auf der Akustischen. Das musst und darfst du erst einmal draufhaben!

Und dann spielst du dich durchs Real Book und suchst Partner.

— traditionell Jazz Guitar:

Johnny Smith

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Johnny Smith Quintet Jazz at N.B.C 1953
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Johnny Smith Quintet Jazz at N.B.C 1953

Mary Osborne

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Mary Osborne A Girl & Her Guitar 1959
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Mary Osborne A Girl & Her Guitar 1959

Emily Remler

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Emily Remler Firefly
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Emily Remler Firefly

Barney Kessel, Jim Hall, Joe Pass, Wes Montgomery, Grant Green, Joe Restivo, Pasquale Grasso, Peter Bernstein, Ed Cherry, Russell Malone, Johnny Smith, John Pisano, Bucky Pizzarelli, Howard Roberts, George Van Eps, Billy Bauer, Lenny Breau, Charlie Christian, Tal Farlow, Ted Greene, Doug Raney, Charlie Christian, Jim Hall, Kenny Burrell, Jimmy Raney, Herb Ellis, Howard Roberts, Eddie Lang, Hank Garland, Rene Thomas, Ted Greene, Martin Taylor, Eddie Condon, Mimi Fox, Linus Eppinger, Amanda Monaco, Sheryl Bailey, Dida Pelled, Inbar Friedman, Jocelyn Gould, Sandra Hempel, Eliott Knuets, Molly MIller, Gabor Szalay, Philipp van Endert, Norbert Scholly, Sandra Hempel, Tobias Hofmann, Romain Pilon

Lenny Breau

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Lenny Breau Live
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Lenny Breau Live

— best known Jazz Guitarists

Pat Metheny Side Eye 2021
Pat Metheny Side Eye 2021
John Scofield Solo 2022
John Scofield Solo 2022
John Mc Laughlin 2021
John Mc Laughlin 2021

Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Jeff Beck, Kevin Eubanks, Al di Meola, Paco De Lucia, John Mc Laughlin, Mike Stern, George Benson, Larry Carlton, Philippe Catherine, Frank Gambale, John Abercrombie, Allan Holdsworth

— modern Guitar Sound

Eivind Aarset

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Eivind Aarset Dream Logic
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Eivind Aarset Dream Logic

Susanna Risberg

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Susanna Risberg Boiler Room
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Susanna Risberg Boiler Room

Nir Felder, Lionel Loukie, Ichika Nito, Idan Morin, Rez Abbasi, Nels Cline, Jakob Bro, Bill Frisell, David Fiuczynski, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Gilad Hekselman, Wayne Krantz, Fareed Haque, Pat Martino, Charlie Hunter, Julian Lage, Ben Monder, Lage Lund, Lionel Louke, Chuck Loeb, Nguyên Lê, Kurt Rosenwinkel, David Torn, Jonathan Kreisberg, John Patitucci, Marvin Sewell, Terje Rypdal, Lee Ritenour, Steve Tibbett, Mark Whitfield, Mick Goodrick, Steve Khan, Bill Connors, Scott Henderson, Attila Zoller, Robert Keßler, Hugo Fernandez, Felicia Collins, Hedvig Mollestad, Alicyn Yaffee, Joyce Cooling, Leni Stern, Nigel Price, Tomas Sauter, Corey Christiansen, Rob Luft,

— experimental Guitar

James Blood Ulmer

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound James Blood Ulmer ODYSSEY
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound James Blood Ulmer ODYSSEY

Sonny Sharrock

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Sonny Sharrock No Material
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sound Sonny Sharrock No Material 1987

Frank Zappa, James Blood Ulmer, Sonny Sharrock, Stanley Jordan, Jeff Parker, Mary Halvorson, Ava Mendoza

— Blues Guitar

Just One Night
Just One Night
At Fillmore East
At Fillmore East
Bring 'em in
Buddy Guy Bring em in

B.B.King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Duane Allman, Joe Colombo, John Lee Hooker, Eric Clapton, Robert Johnson, Memphis Minnie, Albert King, J.J. Cale, Joe Bonamassa, Muddy Waters, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Son House, Johnny Winter, Peter Green, Elmore James, Gary Clarke Jr., Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram, Eric Gale, Robben Ford, Les Paul, Guthrie Govan, Elizabeth Cotten, Debbie Davis, Kat Dyson, Ana Popovic, Hero Kirk Fletcher, Roy Buchanan

— Rock Guitar

Hendrix in the West
Hendrix in the West
Santana & Buddy Miles
Santana & Buddy Miles
Led Zeppelin 1969
Led Zeppelin 1969

Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Joe Bonamassa, Deep Purple, Lynyrd Synyrd, Carlos Santana, Rory Gallagher, Samantha Fisch, John Mayer, Jeff Healey, Derek Trucks, Chuck Berry, Les Paul, Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Budy Holly, Mark Knopfler, Pete Townsend, Johnny Marr (The Smiths), John Frusciante (Red Hot Chillie Peppers), Jack White (The White Stripes), Tom Morello, Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead), J. Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.), Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Erja Lyytinen, Prince, Bob Dylan, Albert Lee, Mike Bloomfield, Shawn Lane, Jared James Nichols, Eric Gales, Dan Auerbach, Deborah Coleman, Sue Foley, June Millington, Arianne Powell, Sarah Lipstate

— Heavy Metal, Hard Rock

Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King
Avenged Sevenfold
Van Halen Eruption
Van Halen Eruption

Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath), Dimebag Darrell, Ozzy Osborne, James Hetfield (Metallica), Mark Tremonti, Dave Mustaine, Van Halen, Zakk Wylde, Adrian Smith, Synyster Gates, Glenn Tipton, The Avenged Sevenfold, Glenn Tipton (Judas Priest), Nita Strauss, Jason Richardson, Yvette Young, Courtney Cox, Lita Ford, Sarah Longfield, Gretchen Menn, Orianthi

— Punk

The Ramones
Ramones
The Clash
The Clash
The Sex Pistols
Sex Pistols

Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), Johnny Ramone (The Ramones), Mike Jones (The Clash), Ian MacKaye (Fugazi), Billie Joe Armstrong, Ron Asheton, Joan Jett, Tom Verlaine, Greg Ginn, Johnny Thunders, Rowland S. Howard

Ultimate Punk Rock Guitar Riffs Battle (Ramones VS The Clash VS Sex Pistols VS Misfits)
Ultimate Punk Rock Guitar Riffs Battle (Ramones VS The Clash VS Sex Pistols VS Misfits)

— German Guitar

Arne Jansen 2016
Arne Jansen 2016
Barbara Jungfer 2005
Barbara Jungfer 2005
Ronny Graupe 2016
Ronny Graupe 2016

Jo Ambros, Thomas Andelfinger, Michael Arlt, Joe Bawelino, Ralph Beerkircher, Paul Brändle, Evert Brettschneider, Kai Brückner, Bertram Burkert, Hanno Busch, Ali Claudi, Manfred Dierkes, Stephan Diez, Christian Eckert, Jost Edelhoff, Kim Efert, Nils Eikmeier, Philipp van Endert, Charlie Eitner, Bobby Falta, Heiko Fischer, Max Frankl, Heiner Franz, Geoff Goodman, Ronny Graupe, Samuel Halscheidt, Frank Haunschild, Armin Heitz, Sandra Hempel, Erhard Hirt, Arne Jansen, Barbara Jungfer, Helmut Kagerer, Roman Klöcker, Volker Kriegel, Antonio Koudele, Johannes Krämer, Frank Kuruc, Hans-Peter Lange, Thomas Langer, Tobias Hoffmann, Michael Sagmeister, Stefan Ivan Schäfer, Daniel Stelter, Andreas Wahl,

— Gipsy Guitar

Winterstein
Winterstein
Olli Soikkeli
Olli Soikkeli
Raphael Fayes
Raphael Fayes

Django Reinhardt, Birelli Lagrene, John Jorgenson, Stephane Wrembel, Eddie Lang, Daniel Weltlinger, Brady Winterstein, Olli Soikkeli, Wawau Adler, Schnuckenack Reinhardt Quintet, The Rosenberg Trio, Joscho Stephan, Angelo Debarre, Dorado Schmitt, Tchavolo Schmitt, Raphael Fayes, The Hot Club of San Francisco

— Flamenco Guitar

Paco De Lucía, TOMATITO, Eos Guitar Quartet, Vincente Amigo, Pace Peña, Jesse Cook Pepe HabichuelaFlamenco Guitar Music Last.fm,

— Samba Bossa Nova

João Gilberto
João Gilberto
Gábor Szabó
Gábor Szabó
Egberto Gismonti
Egberto Gismonti

Daniel Murray, Charlie Byrd, Romero Lubambo, Baden Powell, Ernest Ranglin (Surfin‘), Gábor Szabó, Howard Alden, Frank Vignola, Jimmy Bruno, Laurindo Almeida, João Gilberto, Egberto Gismonti, Camila Meza

— Acoustic Guitar

Sandy Bull

Youtube: https://youtu.be/oQuwvf4OCSY

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sandy Bull The Vanguard Years
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Sandy Bull The Vanguard Years

Amancio D’Silva

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Amancio D'Silva
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Amancio D’Silva

Philip Tabane

Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Philip Tabane
Guitar Lessons Best of Guitar Philip Tabane

Bert Jansch, Sandy Bull, Nick Drake, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Rowland S. Howard, Paul Simon, Michael Hedges, Richard Thompson, Earl Klugh, Tuck Andress, Philip Tabane, Ralph Towner, Ani DiFranco, Vicky Genfan, Sharon Isbin, Kaki King, Gabriele Quintero, Susan Weinert, Jordi Gaspar, Dušan Bogdanović, Tal Mashiach

ENGLISH VERSION

“Guitar culture had many crimes and criminals. There was some good stuff, but the art of the song had disappeared. Pop had become very manufactured. Rock was about virtuosity, and machismo was lurking everywhere, or else it was about ‘groove’, which often implies a fear of chord changes. I’ve tried to wipe out the memories of poodle-cuts, but The Smiths was definitely a reaction.” Johnny Marr (The Smiths)

The jazz guitar. How to live. How to set. Where to start. The first guitar is probably an acoustic one, you have the choice: between western flamenco or concert guitar, the blues follows, a first John Lee Hooker or a Muddy Waters, all that by ear, or copied from friends, quoted from booklets. The blues is followed by frustration, because nothing sounds like the ones on the LP.

The styles become known. Right in front is something like Howlin Wolf, or John Lee Hooker, (bad luck for you: you can’t sing). You hear the swinging of Django Reinhardt, the flowing of Charlie Christian, the groovy of Joe Pass, the funky of George Benson, and poke around in the circle of fifths yourself, having neither a sense of rhythm nor harmony.

The difference follows, you want a classical guitar and to cover yourself in staves. You want the simple blues riffs and even manage to call them killer blues bar and quote them as such at every opportunity. You hear Carlos Santana for the first time and want an electric guitar.

In a moment you hear John Mc Laughlin and think playing guitar means dexterity. You pick up a textbook by Joe Pass and add chromaticism to your blues chords. You listen to Pat Metheny and know you’ll never make it. With Eric Clapton you feel safe, not knowing that he too plays at the highest level, so easily.

Pillar saints emerge: each recognizable in their sound: THE Wes Montgomery, THE Joe Pass, THE Pat Metheny, THE John Scofield, THE Eric Clapton, THE Bill Frisell, you haven’t even asked where is THE guitarist. No Mary Osborne heard yet, no Emily Remler, no Sister Rosetta Tharp, no Memphis Minnie, who was Elizabeth Cotten right away, who Susan Tedesci?

The modernists around Ben Monder, Nir Felder, Wolfgang Muthspiel follow. Michael Sagmeister makes the teacher. You meet Hedvig Molestad, listen to Samantha Fisch and Debbie Davis – and where are you?

You have the choice, you may try everything, it will turn out one thing above all, rhythm and harmony feeling decide your assignments and less, which WahWah pedal or which feedback or which amplifier. It must become clear to you: You learn guitar best on the acoustic. You must and may have that first of all on it!

And then you play through the Real Book and look for partners.

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