Non-guitaristic Solos, Adam Rogers
Marius Pop
May 10 2014, 09:43 PM
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I've always loved the ideea of transcribing solos from other instruments.
I've started recently analyzing and transcribing a funk-fusion solo of the great Adam Rogers, which has a very distinct flavour to it. I can hear a lot of sax lines and a pianistic approach, as well.

Here it is:


Anyone discovered some interesting and fresh sounding solos? Not limiting the ideea to jazz/fusion. biggrin.gif

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May 11 2014, 12:03 AM
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Love Adam Rogers!

Have recently been listening to Alex Machacek, he's fantastic!







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May 11 2014, 12:48 AM
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Love Adam Rogers! He's my favorite of the new crop of jazz guitarists.

When I think of 'non' guitaristic solos by guitar players these come to mind initially ...









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My jazz buddies always preached on learning some charlie parker.

I do love the idea of getting out of a 'guitar player' mindset.

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Marius Pop
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Alex Machacek rocks! He is one of my favourites.
Love those songs, klasaine smile.gif
Jeff Lee Johnson sure pops into my mind when thinking of a different inspiring approach to guitar

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What about some Jazz Flute?

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Marius Pop
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laugh.gif Now that was non-guitarist for sure biggrin.gif

How about this:


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I may get shot for this, but one of my favourite genres is actually trance (mostly progressive and psychedelic)! I also had a similar idea of writing a tune for guitar, inspired entirely by trance music! If I ever get round to doing it I'll post and let you hear what I've come up with! tongue.gif

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QUOTE (klasaine @ May 10 2014, 08:48 PM) *
Love Adam Rogers! He's my favorite of the new crop of jazz guitarists.

When I think of 'non' guitaristic solos by guitar players these come to mind initially ...











Awesome list mate! I didn't know Sonny and Terje, very creative music.


QUOTE (Marius Pop @ May 13 2014, 10:03 AM) *
laugh.gif Now that was non-guitarist for sure biggrin.gif

How about this:



Guthrie rules!! He has a chapter about this topic in his Creative Guitar book. Did you check it guys?

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For sure laugh.gif
I love his harmonica licks biggrin.gif

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The sax solo in "Sing a song of song" by Kenny Garett made me stop working and pay close attention. Not sure if this is the same copy but here is a YT video of it.

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QUOTE (Marius Pop @ May 13 2014, 01:03 PM) *
laugh.gif Now that was non-guitarist for sure biggrin.gif

How about this:


My favorite one, that's for certain smile.gif

Here's an old video chat session I did, based on imitating the human voice smile.gif Hope you guys will have fun with it smile.gif

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