I have always thought of Jean-Marc Belkadi as a remarkable guitarist. He is definitely one of the finest new, upcoming Jazz
Guitarist I've heard in years.......His technique is awsome.........It's a matter of the public catching up to what I've known for a long
He is all set to blow you away and his CD is a must for all serious guitar fans.
Premier Guitar Magazine Interview: James Valentine (Maroon 5)
Hands All Over. "I started to get together with a great teacher in LA named
Jean Marc Belkadi"
Hey Guys !!! Your Comments or Reviews are Welcome!!!
Guitar University here!And I worked with Brett Garsed, who showed me how to
incorporate the fingers of my picking hand to get to some of the wide intervals in Frank’s
music that I couldn’t get to with a pick. I use that technique to play “Black Page #2.” I also
took some lessons from the late Ted Greene to round out my knowledge of chords and
Jean Marc Belkadi Kicks Ass !!! Mike Stern
Some months ago, I bought your instructional book "Advanced Scale Concepts and Licks" Hal Leonard. Well, I have read all its
pages, and I have studied it a lot, and now I can say that it's the BEST guitar instructional book I have ever seen!!! It's so
complete, solos are so good, all is very clear and well written and it treat many topics.
So I congratulate you for your good work.
The Instructional books:
1 - A Modern Approach to Jazz, Rock & Fusion 1997 Reviews
2 - The Diminished Scale for Guitar 1997 Reviews
3 - Advanced Scale Concepts & Licks for Guitar 1999 Reviews
4 - Jazz-Rock Triad Improvising for Guitar 2000 Reviews
5 - Slap & Pop Technique for Guitar 2001 Reviews
6 - Outside Guitar Licks 2002 Reviews
7 - Progressive Tapping Licks 2003 Reviews
8 - Classical Themes for Electric Guitar 2004 Reviews
9 - Ethnic Rhythms for Electric Guitar Jan 2005 Reviews
10- Exotic Scales & Licks for Electric Guitar Oct 2005 Reviews
11- Technique Exercises for Guitar 2006 Reviews
12- The Composite Blues Scale for Electric Guitar May 2011 E-book Reviews
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Maroon 5's James Valentine on the Art of
Who is your favorite pop guitar player around town?
Blake Mills. He’s incredible. I would say he’s an inspiration, but what he
inspires me to do is throw all my guitars into the L.A. River. While I may never
be able to play like him, it’s always immensely fun to learn a new lick or
voicing and incorporate it into my onstage vocabulary. Whenever I can, I take
a guitar lesson from Jean-Marc Belkadi .....
Article by Jude Gold Guitar Player Magazine Issue
for his Zappa Plays Zappa Tour Jean Marc
Belkadi coached Full article click here By
Darrin Fox "I "All in the also took lessons
from players such as Jean Marc Belkadi and
T.J. Helmerich. It was like Guitar University
here! And I worked with Brett Garsed, who
showed me how to incorporate the fingers of
my picking hand to get to some of the wide
intervals in Frank’s music that I couldn’t get to
with a pick. I use that technique to play “Black
Page #2.” I also took some lessons from the
late Ted Greene to round out my knowledge
of chords and harmony.