the continuing adventures of an improviser/guitarist:
being an unplanned collection of thoughts about the technical, social, pedagogical and practical dimensions of loosely idiomatic, sometimes experimental, mostly open, always traditional improvisation
I’m not averse to Morricone here at IG (I do, after all, suggest Cinema Paradiso as a melodic atom for practicing guitar…), but here’s something out of my normal orbit:
I would, however, never recommend Metheny’s technique as a starting point to any of my students.
Video via The Jazz Guitarist.