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Practicing scale exercises is something that we do to gain flexibility and an overview of the guitar. But another thing you should also...
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You don't want to only play scales in your solos. Melodies like that are by far too predictable and get boring very very fast. But what...
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Jazz Comping and especially good jazz comping is not about knowing a million voicings. It is more about how you play the chords you know....
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Learning jazz is often mostly about playing 8th note lines, but if you listen to amazing musicians like Charlie Parker then you can hear...
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Bill Evans is an amazing part of Jazz History and also one of the people to really take rhythm and polyrhythms very far in his playing. A...
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You hear exercises being described as unmusical very often. But how much sense does it make to label a jazz guitar exercise as unmusical?...
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The Minor II V I is a very common progression in Jazz. But it is also a bit more complicated than the major counterpart. This is mainly...
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This Grant Green Lesson takes a look at his solo on the Jazz standard "I Remember You". Grant Green plays some fantastic bebop licks on...
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Thelonious Monk is one of the most important composers and improvisers to emerge from Bebop. His very personal style of both playing and...
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In this video, I am showing you how to use Block Chords on the guitar by breaking down an arrangement of the melody to Solar. Playing...
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