#2
A dictionary, and a guide to where to post questions about guitar techniques. Try asking in the guitar techniques section.
#3
Hal Leonard's "The Real Book" vol. 1 for C instruments (assuming this is for guitar). It has most of the standard jazz repertoire in it. Start by learning tunes (chords and melody) out of it and most importantly LISTENING to the music. There is a wealth of information concerning soloing and comping to take advantage of on the internet but all the licks in the world wont get you any where in a jam session if you don't know the tunes and don't listen to the music.
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#4
why is evryboudy being a smart alec to me eh... do you feel like a big man when you do that to me???
#6
also, get Hal Leonard's "Jazz Guitar" as well as the real book
"The man that hath no music in himself, nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils. The motions of his spirit are dull as night, and his affections dark as Erebus. Let no such man be trusted."
#7
Quote by alexmottram
A dictionary, and a guide to where to post questions about guitar techniques. Try asking in the guitar techniques section.

Do this, but spend an extra minute spelling things correctly and writing more than half a sentence explaining your issue.