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Jazz Standard Study Guides 25 Pack (Volume 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5)


Jazz Standard Study Guides Bundle
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25 eBooks (printable) | 1697 pages | tabs, notation & audio | Instant delivery by email
Works on all devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, phones, Apple, Linux, and Android.

The best way to learn and master jazz is to study standards. Jazz standards focus your effort in the practice room, apply technique to music, and provide you the repertoire needed to jam on with other musicians.

But, what is the most effective way to learn jazz standards?

The answer to that quest is found in this jazz standard study guide 25 pack.

Download a sample PDF from The Jazz Standard Study Guide


The Jazz Standard Study Guide 25 Pack includes 25 eBooks, each focusing on the following standards:

  1. All of Me
  2. All the Things You Are
  3. Autumn Leaves
  4. Corcovado
  5. In a Sentimental Mood
  6. Summertime
  7. Blue Bossa
  8. Four on Six
  9. Misty
  10. My Funny Valentine
  11. Take Five
  12. There Will Never Be Another You
  13. Solar
  14. On Green Dolphin Street
  15. Sunny
  16. Black Orpheus
  17. All Blues
  18. Song for My Father
  19. Take the A Train
  20. Fly Me to the Moon
  21. Bright Size Life
  22. Watermelon Man
  23. West Coast Blues
  24. Night and Day
  25. Girl From Ipanema

Each book breaks down the chords, form, keys, and teaches you to play the chords and solo over these classic jazz standards with confidence.

There are technique items such as scales, patterns, and arpeggios, as well as musical items such as licks, soloing, and comping studies in each of the eBooks. Everything you need to play these standards with confidence and musicality.

If you’re struggling with jazz, or don’t know where to start when learning jazz standards, this 25-pack is exactly what you need to take your playing to the next level today.

Note: To avoid copyright issues, the melody is not included in these eBooks.

What You Get With Each Study Guide:

  • Printable PDF
  • Mp3 audio files
  • Duo and trio backing tracks
  • Comping studies
  • Soloing studies
  • Essential licks
  • Harmonic analysis
  • Scale, arpeggio & chord shapes
  • Essential rhythms
  • Transcription exercises
  • And More!

What You Learn With Each Study Guide:

  • Breakdown of the keys and chord progressions, so that you understand each standard from a theoretical point of view.
  • Improvisational vocabulary and concepts that give you new ideas for your solos.
  • Scale shapes and scale soloing guide.
  • Arpeggio shapes and exercises.
  • Voice leading patterns that give your solos a sense of direction, making them more interesting to listen to.
  • Chord inversions, colors, and voice leading that bring variety to your comping.
  • And much more…


If you find yourself learning scales, arpeggios, and chords, but don’t know how to apply them to actual songs.

Or, you get asked to jam with people, play a song for friends and family, but don’t have a tune you can get through from start to finish.

Or, you know a few tunes but need to expand your repertoire, or get a fuller understanding of how to learn any jazz standard.

Then, these 25 eBooks are for you.


Click below to download your copy of The Jazz Standard Study Guide 25 Pack today:

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Comments (9)

5/5 (9)
Matthew Caldwell

Great material. My only problem is trying to access both the written material and the audio examples.

It was not straighforward downloading the ebook onto my iPad as I first had to download an unzip utility,then when I'd decompressed the files the format was not very user friendly.

Not possible to download onto a laptop and transfer,as I don't have one!

Oh,for the good old days of 'books'...

Paul Skippen

Great learning tool that delves step by step into arpeggios in a measured and interesting way. It keeps the fun in my musical development with practical examples. This goes well with other study guides available here and complement the standards guide that builds my song list. Highly recommended.

Robert Harrison

I haven't even scratched the surface of these guides and I've already learned a lot. I've been working on Autumn Leaves for a bit before the guide and in just a day or two with the guide I've been able to incorporate new ideas!


These books have been well planned/thought out. Good for all levels of players. Good Work guys!!


These guides have everything you need for building a tune from the basics to something that you can feel satisfied is sounding like jazz! The audio backing tracks are long enough that even after just a little practice you can have a ton of fun improvising. The books are so generous - all the theory, scales, exercises, examples, backing tracks, chord diagrams, full explanations and suggestions for improvising on these great tunes - it's all there and for a ridiculously low price. As a jazz novice I can see that these guides are going to make practice a joy and progress swift. Get 'em!

Peter R. Snell

These guides are excellent. I use them primarily to understand a tune and to find ways to improvise intelligently on them. But they work for more than guitar as well. I play saxes and flute and I find that working these tunes out on guitar (and also piano) using the guides really gets the tunes in my head and under my fingers. I'm learning to be patient and study each section in the guides carefully. The payoff is sperb!

Rodger Clemons

These are really great study guides. Well thought out, methodical, and packed with great ideas. I have all of them, and I would certainly buy more if you ever decide to produce them.

Percy F

I already have the complete set of Study Guides. I am working on Corcovado and Summertime. They are very helpful indeed and have satisfied certain gaps I had been experiencing in my approach to improvising. They are giving me greater confidence in improvising over the changes to actual jazz standards. Highly recommended!

Plium Hunter

I have all these study guides. They are an excellent way to learn these great tunes - from chords to arpeggios to soloing. The audio samples are a great help in understanding the sound you are looking for.

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