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Fifty of the most popular jam songs ever! Download this handy booklet to your phone or tablet, or print out and keep it in your case for quick access and be ready to strum along at the next jam!
We require a few things when you study music with us, and they will make you a better musician…
Learn to stay in the “Sweet Spot” and improve faster by using this clever chart to meter your progress!
Our advanced students are doing amazing things with their music, taking it into real life! See what we’re doing on our Upper Level Curriculum chart, and get inspired…
Learning to read music? make it easy on yourself with these printable flash cards. Page one shows the notes, then page two is the answer sheet. Page three is for making double-sided prints so you can turn your cards over for the answer… make music reading fun!
A sampling of five fun songs for you to practice your sight-reading skills with. Try to puzzle them out before looking at the answer page!
Get your practice session on a weekly schedule and see amazing results, print out this handy scheduler and get it on your fridge on in your music binder TODAY!
Have trouble committing to a practice schedule? Print out this handy scheduling chart and write in your days and times for practice. When you have this on your fridge you’ll be reminded to play!
This fun and informative article is an excerpt from our forthcoming book “Music Theory for Hillbillies”, which will make learning music theory fun and easy! (if you want to know when this book comes out, go “like” our Facebook page or sign up for our mailer HERE)
Be ready for any jam session! 50 of the most popular bluegrass songs ever, with chords and lyrics
Yep, you’ll want to learn the fiddle tunes too, download, learn and share!
Jazz Fake Books
Every legit jazz player has a dog eared copy of one or more of the “Real Books”, and here are three volumes with more jazz tunes that you’ll ever need. Get your chops up! Real Book vol. I, Real Book vol. II, Real Book vol. III
Traditional Irish Tune Books
Learn to fly around the fingerboard using these two related scale positions, shown for blues and major modes…
Ever wonder where to put your capo to get different keys on your banjo? Now you have every option in one handy chart!
Want to know what chords go good with others? Learn your Chord Families!
Never be confused again when folks at a jam start hollerin out numbers, print out this handy Chord-Number reference chart and keep it in your case!
Ever wonder how jazz players know what chord to replace with a fancier ones? They are using the science of “chord substitution”, and this chart is the Rosetta stone for knowing how to do this. (If you have trouble understanding this chart, please consider taking a Live Lesson with one of our instructors here at JamAlong, click HERE to set it up!)
Want to be able to build an chord in any key? You’ll need to know the notes in all the sales, print this chart and get to memorizing!
If you’re going to learn one scale on your guitar, this is the one… move it to any key and rock out!
This is the E=MC2 of modes, learn it well
For beginners it’s good to get birds eye view on your areas of study, so print this out and tape it to your fridge…
Ever wondered “OK what next?” on your banjo? Wonder no more, this fun music chart lays out all of the advanced areas of study, grouped into the three primary styles of playing. We have lessons on most of these subjects, and this will keep you busy for years!
Embarking on the wild and woolly journey of reading music? have this handy notation chart on your wall and in your case!
All the notes and where to find them, for mandolin
Don’t be that guitarist who can’t name any notes, print this out and keep in in yer case
Learning to read music on your ukulele will open up a brand new universe, and getting this chart memorized is the first step
Chart your progress as a Jammer with this road-map of your journey. Using this checklist will really help you to understand what tools you can use where you’re at, as well as set clear goals to climb to the next level. Jam on!
This awesome chart depicts the hierarchy of a jam session, and goes with our “how to jam” eLessons. Be a better jammer!
This unique graphic from JamAlong gives you a Birds eye view on what happens during the course of a song. If you know what’s going to happen, you’re odds of sounding good are a lot higher! For more on this subject take a minute to hop over to our blog on Jam Anatomy…remember to share it!
Learn these chords first if you’re starting out on guitar!
These are the ones you’re going to need to start playing chords on yer banjo
If you’re going to be dabbling in jazz at all, you’ll need to know these essential chord shapes
Take your knowledge of the banjo fingerboard to the next level with jazz chords!
If you know how to find the major, minor and 7th chords for the three movable shapes on your banjo, you will own the neck!
Want to start improvising Scruggs Style up the neck? These are the positions that the pros use!
If you’re getting into classical or solo arranging on your banjo, these sweet chord voicing with the low bass are essential…
There’s a lot more chords than this chart shows, but these ones will get you through any jam
Have this on your phone, so you’ll always have that chord ready if you forget it!
If you want to truly rule your fingerboard, learn the movable chord shapes for the major, minor and 7th forms…and this chart has all of them!
Jazz chords can throw you for a loop, but with this chord chart you’ll know all the easiest positions for quick use!
If you are a beginner or new intermediate, you’re probably getting bored with just one way to play each chord…well, here’s the magic key: Chord Inversions!
Get a birds eye view on your ukulele journey with this handy wall chart, showing the three primary areas of play
Learn the four main scale positions that move around the neck, in both major (+) and minor (+)
Keep track of how you’re doing on your jam repertoire with this handy song list. Check “chords” if you just know the chords, “Lead” if you have a break arranged, and “Improv” if you’re able to make up a solo on the spot. And if you want do do any of these things, but can’t, well it’s time for a custom eLesson!
Ever wonder how jazz and blues bass players get that smooth flow of non-stop notes? It’s called “walking bass”, and this hand-out will give you all the tools you need to start composing and playing your own walking bass lines!
Ever wondered how to find the right chords for a song? Or are you a singer/songwriter who is puzzled over what chords to strum? Well then wonder no more, all of the secrets are revealed in this awesome eBooklet, get started harmonizing melodies today! (this article is an excerpt from our forthcoming book “Music Theory for Hillbillies”, soon to be available here on or JamAlong webstore…keep checking back!)
How you hold you pick is all important, find out here
Ever wondered how good mandolin pickers keep that stream of notes pouring out of their instrument? We put the secrets in this book
Get started on one of the funnest instruments on the planet, the mandolin!