tagapublishing.com proudly presents:
Mike Stern: Burn with Stern!
If you are the person who transitioned from Rock Guitar to Jazz Guitar or tried to get into this thing called “Jazz,”there is NO WAY that you have not encountered his name. There is NO WAY around this iconic guitar hero.
He literally stands RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE between two worlds and has been the “go-to guitar hero” for many guitarists wanting to advance.
For three decades now, this several time Grammy Award-nominated guitarist has been able to speak TWO LANGUAGES and has just found the RIGHT FREQUENCY to communicate with countless upcoming generations of guitar players and music lovers worldwide. He is able to speak and communicate to Rock audiences AS WELL as to Jazz audiences with the same amount of impact.
AND EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN.
Not only that, but his guitar playing has influenced Rock guys to get into Jazz and vice versa, Jazz guys into appreciating Rock.
But why is that?
Some people resonate with his compositional work. Some people immediately get hooked by his flashy lines. Some folks might recognize him from playing with Miles Davis, Michael Brecker, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Jaco Pastorius, David Sanborn, Billy Cobham, John Patitucci, Jack DeJohnette and many more…
The reality is that MIKE STERN is one of the rare guitarists that is not only an amazing player but also has created a world “around” his guitar playing.
Building a world around your guitar is the one essential step that it takes to leave a neverending imprint on fans and people’s minds forever.
So we can’t stress the word ARTIST enough.
Anybody on this planet who takes that special step deserves a place on the Mount Rushmore of guitarists.
Now how do you think Mike was able to achieve this level of artistry?
First of all, how do you think this ALL STARTED for Mike Stern? All of the “Big” players must have practiced something that nobody else or average has done before right? They must have some “secrets” right?
Let’s be brutally honest here.
If you wanna get to the higher echelons of playing and if you are stuck in that middle class of playing, you have to make a decision. It’s that simple.
From Blues, Jazz, Rock to Bach… Mike Stern definitely WAS AND STILL IS A TIRELESS student of music. He undoubtedly has a ton of experience playing with legendary players, has obviously the experience of awing and astonishing audiences worldwide for years, and has accumulated an unreal amount of mileage from touring around the globe for years.
BUT IT ALL STARTED WITH UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS.
IT ALL BEGAN FOR HIM WITH GETTING COMFORTABLE WITH THE FOUNDATIONS.
At this stage of his life and career, Mike is able to boil his priceless wisdom and experience down into the most comprehensive and effective way possible.
TAGA Publishing presents to you MIKE STERN: BURN WITH STERN
Mike will personally take you by the hand, guide you and shape your musical perception for practicing like you have never experienced before.
In this course, Mike will lay down ALL THE NECESSARY TOOLS for getting you into Jazz by just using a MINOR BLUES.
Mike Stern: Burn With Stern! is not about learning a few phrases from Mike’s signature playing and it’s certainly not a traditional learning experience. This course will provide you with Mike’s principles, approach to improvisation and his personal view on music by showcasing the example of a Minor Blues.
Back to the basics but in the right way.
Everything in our Mike Stern: Burn With Stern! course is supported with the amazing Soundslice technology. In addition, this course will let you discover the entire experience in a high quality three angle camera format, supported with countless complimentary PDFs, and learning material.
Mike will make you get comfortable with the uncomfortable. Everything you need to know to finally jump start your transition into the Jazz world. Mike will take you by the hand and show you where to go. You will be educated on the whole process, removing all unnecessary pieces out of your practice routine, spending less time and energy on things that don’t work and get more value out for your time.
Let’s get you on the path.
Be mentored by a legendary Grammy Award nominated player.
Be guided by one the most iconic players when it comes to connecting two worlds and styles.
But first you need to make that decision.
If you want to figure this out, if you want to become not just “a better” Guitar Player, but If you want to become “a great” Guitar Player…
Being led by a guitar hero like Mike Stern will provide you with an unstoppable inner and outer guitar skill-set, which is the simple effortless formula to advanced level guitar playing.
No more procrastination about starting and experiencing the richness of playing the guitar at a top level. Let the expert team at TAGA Publishing and Mike Stern help you transform your dreams on the guitar into a reality.
At TAGA Publishing we are dedicated to getting you to the level of guitar playing you have always desired.
Dive into MIKE STERN: BURN WITH STERN right now.
|1.1 Playing Introduction by Mike Stern||00:01:48|
|2. Minor Blues Introduction|
|2.1 Why Minor blues?||00:00:48|
|2.2 C minor blues chords||00:01:00|
|3. How to learn Jazz|
|3.1 How to learn Jazz||00:03:02|
|3.2 Learning modes from their roots||00:01:53|
|3.3 C Dorian||00:01:06|
|3.4 Aeolian v.s. Dorian||00:01:03|
|3.5 The Mike Stern Sound||00:02:38|
|4.1 G Mixolydian b2 b6||00:03:02|
|4.2 Getting to the IV chord||00:01:42|
|4.3 Ab Lydian||00:00:52|
|4.4 Ab Lydian Dominant||00:00:43|
|4.5 D7 Altered Scale||00:03:22|
|5. Minor Blues complete|
|5.1 Minor Blues Performance||00:04:12|
|6. Chord Tones|
|6.1 Chord Tones Introduction||00:02:09|
|6.2 Minor Blues with chord tones||00:01:31|
|7.1 Comping Introduction||00:04:07|
|7.2 Comping Performance||00:03:46|
|7.3 Comping Conclusion||00:01:08|
|8.1 Playing in time||00:01:21|
|9.1 Bach talking Introduction||00:02:13|
|9.2 Bach outlining chords||00:01:58|
|9.3 Bach conclusion||00:00:26|
|10. Improvising through the C minor blues|
|10.1 Minor 7 Introduction||00:01:13|
|10.2 Minor 7 performance||00:02:14|
|10.3 G half whole diminished explanation||00:04:28|
|10.4 Ab7#11 introduction||00:01:08|
|10.5 Ab7#11 performance||00:01:56|
|10.6 G Mixolydian b2 b6 performance||00:00:40|
|11.1 Using Triads||00:00:44|
|11.2 G and Ab Triads||00:01:11|
|12.1 Edmond Introduction||00:00:08|
|12.2 Mr. PC||00:05:35|