josephlopez
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Joseph Lopez
@josephlopez commented on @jenslarsen's youtube
9 hours ago
Awseome-thanks for making difficult concepts easier to understand! Will have to practice a lot to really get it on the instrument, but I totally get the idea of the accents and how they affect phrasing.
The Reason Your Jazz Guitar Licks Suck and How you fix it!
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Joseph Lopez
@josephlopez commented on @michaelsocarras's lessons
10 hours ago
Hi Michael, very good lesson, these progressions are very useful. Would all of them work on any section of a song? Or are there progressions more suitable for verses, or choruses? My guess is that the context should dictate that, but maybe there are progressions that work better on some parts of a song than others. Id'l like to hear your input on this!
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@josephlopez is now following @peskypolak
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@josephlopez commented on @peskypolak's lessons
10 hours ago
Hi Pesky, great lesson! I was wondering, what happens when you harmonize the scale in different intervals, for example 4ths, 5ths or 6ths? Do you still get the sound of the scale degrees?
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Joseph Lopez
@josephlopez commented on @pauljones's lessons
10 hours ago
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@josephlopez commented on @janus-buch's lessons
10 hours ago
Ok, I think I get where you're coming from now- a piano player can play a note against a bass note or chord played with the other hand, and hear how that note sounds different in relation to the harmonic background.
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@josephlopez is now following @michaelsocarras
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@josephlopez commented on @janus-buch's lessons
one week ago
I get the idea behind this, but I did not quite understand the second example: you were playing an F# over a C major chord, right? What do you mean by 'wrong' note? To me, it sounds like a #4 chord extension that could imply a lydian sound. Wouldn't it be better to learn to listen and identify it as such?
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@josephlopez commented on @gsinker's lessons
one week ago
very interesting stuff! I knew that you could mix the pentatonic scales in almost any context, but it's easier to think about it this way and not having to switch positions.... Now I know how Jimmy page could flawlessly switch between the two scales.
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@josephlopez commented on @collins-studios's lessons
one month ago
Love it! Percussion parts played with acoustic guitar sound awesome.
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@josephlopez commented on @jenslarsen's youtube
2 months ago
Thanks for the lesson! You just opened my eyes to a lot of new melodic posibilities when playing altered over the dominant chord; the way you visualize them (chords, pentetonic scales, etc) is so much easier to remember than trying to think about the altered scale. And each of them sounds quite different. Thanks again for the great tips.
10 Altered dominant lines
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