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You probably already know some Jazz Chords, Drop2 or Drop3 voicings, or Shell-voicings, and those systems are really great to build a...
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Building a vocabulary of arpeggios that you can use when you solo is like having a set of very flexible licks that you can use freely....
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Most of us practice scale exercises, but how much of that is just running up and down the scale or playing 3rds or diatonic arpeggios,...
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In this video, I am going to take a simple comping rhythm that you probably already know and show you some different ways that you can...
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It is difficult to find time to practice and keep learning, so it is very important to not waste time with the things that you practice....
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The way most of us were taught scales and practice scales is centered around positions. That is a good approach and you should work on...
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One of the most fun parts of playing a Jazz Standard is that you can make your own reharmonization and give it a personal fresh sound....
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The II V I progression is probably the most common chord progression in Jazz. In this video, I am going to go over some of the basic...
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The Diminished Chords are often causing a lot of people trouble, and that is a shame because there are so many amazing sounding...
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Playing a chord solo seems impossible and difficult but, actually, there are quite a few things you can do to make it a lot easier and...
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