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Drop Voicings like Drop 2 and Drop 3 are very common in Jazz, and as a Jazz guitarist, you want to know and use them in your comping and...
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Barney Kessel has a way of playing jazz guitar that often makes his solos very catchy. This is something that you can't actually say...
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If you play Jazz Guitar then you will often be confronted with learning and practicing scales. The major scale, pentatonic scale or a...
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A great approach to Jazz Comping is to not only rely on chords but also use intervals as a way of conveying the harmony. Using intervals...
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Kenny Burrell is famous for his use of Blues in his jazz solos. This solo is no exception, but the lines he plays here really showcases a...
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In this lesson I am going to explain how I use the #IV dim chord to delay the resolution to the I chord in a major II V I cadence. As...
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The Pentatonic Scale can be great both as a way to get started playing jazz and also just some extra material that you can use as another...
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Melodic Minor is a huge part of the sound of Jazz and especially Modern Jazz. In this video, I am going to go over how you make some...
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The Guitar Exercises we mostly talk about when it comes to learning Jazz is mostly about scales, arpeggios and hitting chord tones. In...
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In this lesson I want to show you how you might apply the material I made in previous lessons on pentatonic scales on a jazz standard and...
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