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By kenlawson, Feb 14 2018 11:49AM

Hello, I am about to take over this blog to record my experiemces while I try to develop my jazz guitar skills and knowledge. I will be posting articles and comments while I struggle with the complexities of learning jazz guitar and highlighting the study materials I am using. These will be articles from the SJGS website and lessons purchased from tutors on and off the internet. I should firstly explain that my objective is to show what I am studying, record my progress with it and the feelings of a this beginner. What it is definately NOT intended to do, is provide tuition to other players, I'm not qualified.

I will also initially be learning to use this blog editor, if that is the correct terminology, and as I learn what it can and can't do, I hope the blog contend will improve.

I hope to post new content every week, health and "real world" life permitting, the first posts will concentrate on a new program from a USA jazz guitarist I had, in 54 years of listening to jazz guitar, never heard of, Henry Johnson. It is titled "Jazz Expressions", and a first quick scan through shows it is based on Mr Johnson's own concepts, techniques and observations on playing jazz guitar. So lets get the guitar in my hands and explore, I'll report how I get on in a weeks time.

By aormston, Jan 18 2018 12:03PM

We have decided to discontinue the Blog and use Facebook for our communications.

Please check our Facebook page via the link on the home page

By tonyormston, Nov 28 2016 10:53AM

At our last AGM (Jan 30th 2018) a number of members who do no have Facebook accounts (yes. some people still insist on inhabiting the real world) have asked us to continue publishing news on this web page.

Facebook users please check out our facebook page, where you will find more imformation and interaction with our members and followers.

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