I’ve added some new etudes to my “Jazz Etudes” PDF. You can find it on my Lessons page. If you like the etudes, let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ve updated my lessons page with a bunch of new transcriptions with solos from Tom Harrell, Vic Juris, Jonathan Kreisberg, Phil Woods, Jerry Bergonzi, and Charlie Parker. Feel free to take a look and download PDFs.
I’ve updated my YouTube channel with some new videos – some solo guitar performances, playing a tune in several keys, as well as some trio performances from the last year or so. Take a look at http://www.youtube.com/user/jacobwisejazz?feature=mhee Enjoy!
I’m glad to be back in Austin after 5 months at sea – looking forward to booking some gigs and playing with old friends! I’ll be here until November 15th, then it’s off to Australia and New Zealand.
I’ve updated my lessons page – I’ve compiled a bunch of practice material for single note improvisation, vocabulary, and technique, as well as voicings, and etudes on standard progressions. Check them out and let me know what you think.
I’ve uploaded some new PDFs on the “Lessons” page – lots of materials for I VI ii V turnarounds and Coltrane changes – “Giant Steps” and “Countdown”. Take a look and or download for free.
I’ve posted several new lessons – a collection of jazz lines and phrases, a collection of common chord progressions / cadences, and a Larry Koonse solo. They are all available on the “Lessons” page. Enjoy!
I’ve posted several new lessons – a collection of jazz etudes, a guitar method, a collection of 4 note patterns, as well as a transcription of a Vic Juris solo. They’re all in PDF format, and are available for download [...]
Here’s a link to KUT 90.5 FM’s webpage. You can listen to a recording of 3 songs from our performance on June 7, 2011. http://kut.org/2011/06/jacob-wise-trio-live-in-studio-1a-6711-11am/
I’m heading to Europe on June 15 – I’ll be a house guitarist on the Emerald Princess, a cruise ship in the Baltic Sea. Ports of call include Copenhagen, Olso, and St. Petersburg. I’m not sure what the musical situation [...]