Steve Khan is one of my all time favorite guitarists.
Steve's web site features a lot of great information as well as the original lead sheets for this recordings.
( from artist's site ) - A respected and active guitarist, composer, and educator in the Pittsburgh area, Ken Karsh has been involved in music since he began playing guitar at the age of 9. His guitar instructors included Tom Mester, Denny Cameron, the late Alex Radulesco and Joe Negri.
Pat Kelley, Jazz Guitarist/Composer/Producer
Pat Kelley has recorded eight CD's as a leader, toured in more than thirty countries as a performer, worked as a Los Angeles studio guitarist on hundreds of sessions for records, television, commercials, and motion pictures, and composed more than one hundred songs that have been commercially recorded.
7 String guitaritist. Guitar tuned in Major Thirds.
Check out an interview I did with Mark in 2003.
Here is something from Mark on developing great tone.
(Ed. Mark's trio CD "Secrets of Three" and "Chasing Tales" are getting max playing time at the music store I teach at. Great stuff and nice compositions. If your are a jazz guitarist your owe yourself to get his CDs as fast as you can.)
Mike has one of the best site on the net for information on the classic jazz guitarists of the last century.
Carl Kress, along with Eddie Lang, can be considered one of founding fathers of jazz guitar. Known for his chord soloing.
Carl's tuning was (from 6 to 1): Bb F D G A D
Content is always being added and updated. So check-in often. Thanks, Curt
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