#1
Well, i guess the jazz forum wasnt the right place to put this. Where should i go to learn to play jazz guitar, i was hoping for a website to go to but a really good book or dvd could also be acceptable. And what songs or bands should i listen too also? Thanks for any help.
#2
The main guy I go to for swing rhythm is Freddie Green. Here's his site, it has some lessons and stuff: http://www.freddiegreen.org/

For theory, what I'd recommend you learn (if you haven't yet):

- Reading music
- Keys and the circle of fifths
- Chord construction, and where chords fit into keys
- Chord inversions and how to play them on guitar. Learn as many inversions as possible!
- The modes of the major scale, and how they apply to playing over various chords

There's also a book from Mark Levine that many people recommend: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1883217040/sr=1-2/qid=1156701996/ref=pd_bbs_2/103-7533768-5319819?ie=UTF8&s=books

Also I would recommend getting a Real Book, learning some standards, and practicing improvising over them. Listen to your favorite jazz artists and pick up licks. If you want to learn how to play jazz, you'll keep finding new things to do to improve your playing.
(Slightly outdated) Electronic and classical compositions by m'self: Check 'em out
#3
Listen to Wes Montgomery. I reccomend Smokin' At The Half-Note. It's a fantastic live album.
There once was a man who really loved salt
So he tied his nose to the sea
And then God came down from his silver throne
And said, 'Honey, that water ain't free