Originally Posted by klasaine
It's all relative.
There's maybe a handful of mistakes in the omni book. I'm talking about a note here and there. The same way there are discrepancies in various Bach editions.
Coker and Bergonzi are great and I'll personally recommend the Steve Khan books.
The Bach editions are shockingly different at times. Even one note can make a HUGE difference in the character of a Bach piece though (dominant cycle or minor-dominant cycle). I appreciate the input though.
btw - I do have all of Ted's books, but I don't find chord chem and modern progressions as useful as I used to. Studying classical guitar (especially Villa-Lobos, Barrios, Bach, and Sor) helped me devise me own lines. I still want to work on some more pianistic jazz comping, but for now soloing will do as I play in a funk/r&b band, and a big band. I can comp well enough to get by for bebop too. so...yeah lol