Hi everyone. :-)
I am new to the forum and was wondering if you could all please help me?
I have been playing the guitar for over a decade but am not really a jazz guitarist, not because I dislike it in anyway but it is just an area I have not properly explored. I am more of a blues/rock/metal/progressive rock kinda guy. :-)
However, one thing that I have really wanted to improve for some time is my understanding of which scales to play over which chords, etc. From what I've read it sounds like Mr.Greene's books are fantastic at this.
I suppose my question is "Are Ted Greene's only suitable for jazz players, or are they suitable for players of all styles?"
For example, 2 of Mr.Greene's book have the title "Jazz Guitar: Single Note Soloing". However, the contents seems to be about which scales/arpeggios to play over different chord which I would have imaginde would be really helpful for players of ALL styles. But will the choices in Greene's books make your playing have a "jazz flavour" or would the "jazz guitar" part come more from HOW you played the scale detailed in the book?
Many thanks in advance. :-)