#1
I've recently gotten myself into jazz and have started to write my own jazz peices. Problem is, I haven't listened to enough songs with good jazz guitar for me to get a good idea of what jazz guitar should be like. Anyone know any good jazz guitar albums/artists/songs?
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#2
pff where to start? here are some Jazz guitarists worth a listen:
Wes Montgomery
Joe Pass
Pat Martino
John Mclaughlin
George Benson
Joe Diorio
Jim Hall
Kenny Burrell
John Scofield
Django Reinhardt

But to become a good jazz musician you should listen to every jazz musician, no matter what instrument, like Miles Davis, Chet Baker, Herbie Hancock, Theonious Monk, etc
"Don't play what's there; play what's NOT there" - Miles Davis
#4
try looking at the suggestion list (or should i bring it to you?)

Charlie Christian
Django Reinhardt
Wes Montgomery
Barney Kessel
Joe Pass
Kenny Burrell
Tal Farlow
Larry Coryell
Jimmy Raney
John McLaughlin
Pat Metheny
Grant Green
George Benson
Vic Juris
Scott Henderson
Mike Stern
David "Fuze" Fiuczynski
Larry Carlton
Kurt RosenWinkle
Bill Frisell
Charlie Hunter
John Scofield
Emily Remler
Mick Goodrick
Alan Holdsworth
Al Dimeola
Shawn Lane
Ed Bickert
John Abercrombie
Joao Gilberto

'tis life
#5
Quote by flyingdutchman
pff where to start? here are some Jazz guitarists worth a listen:
Wes Montgomery
Joe Pass
Pat Martino
John Mclaughlin
George Benson
Joe Diorio
Jim Hall
Kenny Burrell
John Scofield
Django Reinhardt

But to become a good jazz musician you should listen to every jazz musician, no matter what instrument, like Miles Davis, Chet Baker, Herbie Hancock, Theonious Monk, etc


Couldn't have said it better.
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