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Study IMPROV or take BASS LESSONS with Trackmeister Bill Harrison.

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To view and purchase the jazz artwork seen on this site, visit www.jazzartpaintings.com

Expert graphic and web designer Jeff Lane: www.engagedsn.com
GENERAL INTEREST JAZZ WEBSITES:

A Passion for Jazz: Music History and Education: www.apassion4jazz.com

Get the lowdown from your favorite musicians: www.jazzquotations.com

Musicians, educators, researchers, and disc jockeys, use this quick reference site for the standards jazz performers play the most: www.jazzstandards.com

The fastest way to access information about all of your favorite jazz artists: www.jazzbiographies.com

Your direct connection to jazz musicians and their music: www.jazzconnect.com

Music - it's what life sounds like: www.elementsofjazz.com
FOR BASS PLAYERS:

Looking for an Upright Bass?

The best electric bass strings you'll ever play: RND Strings

International Society of Bassists: www.isbworldoffice.com

Trackmeister, bassist, educator: www.billharrisonmusic.com

Bassist, writer, connector: www.helenabouchez.com

Chicago area bassist and blogger Jason Heath: http://doublebassblog.org/

Bassist Andrew Pouska, creator of an excellent site for students: www.studybass.com
FOR GUITAR PLAYERS:

Online guitar lessons covering every major style including acoustic, blues, classical, country, jazz, rock and metal: www.guitartricks.com

Jazz guitar lessons: www.playjazzguitar.com

Some of the best guitar strings you'll ever use: RND Strings

Our long time friend Fareed Haque uses PlayJazzNow tracks for his excellent series of video lessons: Jazz Comping Survival Guide.
FOR HARMONICA PLAYERS:

Blues harmonica virtuoso and expert instructor Adam Gussow: www.modernbluesharmonica.com
FOR SAXOPHONE PLAYERS:

Great saxophone resource: www.jazz-o-matic.com

One of the most thorough resources for sax: www.saxshed.com

Saxophonist and instructor Evan Tate, author of: 250 Jazz Patterns

Another one for saxophonists: www.saxsolos.com

Complete Jazz Styles instructional materials: www.randyhunterjazz.com

Dedicated to the study of jazz improvisation: www.gregfishmanjazzstudios.com

The name says it all: www.bestsaxophonewebsiteever.com

Good etude books for blues and rhythm changes: www.johnracinamusic.com
FOR VOCALISTS:

Jazz singers and jazz-influenced singers of popular song: www.coolsingers.com
FOR DRUMMERS:

Check out drumsets, cymbals, hardware, drum gear new product releases: drumgearnews.blogspot.com

An online outlet for drummer's music: www.DrumsOnTheWeb.com

T-shirts, gifts and free drum lessons: www.drumbum.com

Custom drum tracks: www.drumsforyou.com
If you have jazz related website and would like to connect with PlayJazzNow please CONTACT US
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