Improvisation & Soloing
Songwriting & Lyrics
Ear training and quality of our musical hearing is the most important feature of every musician. Countless music geniuses keep on saying this on many occassions, including my personal favourites Pat Methney and Miles Davis. It is not how many notes we play, not important how fast we can play them as long as our notes are "kicking" by sitting well in time and creating interesting melodies.
"Gloria's Step" - Bill Evans chord voicings
Jazz Guitar Minute Study #5: How to comp for a vocalist, 50s style. "I Should Care" - Barney Kessel and Julie London• Author: @janjakut
How to comp for a jazz singer, 50s style: an excerpt from the transcription & arrangement of "I Should Care" as performed by Julie London and the great Barney Kessel.
Songwriting, harmonic practices.
new voicing ideas for jazz guitar
In part 7 we look at the acoustic guitar rhythm style of John Mayer. Love him or hate him, this is a great technique to add to your acoustic guitar playing!
When studying guitar it´s good to learn from the licks and lines. If you just play them and don´t think so much from where they´re coming they will be in your lick library but you don´t know why. If you instead learn the lines and then analyzes from which scale and how they work in context you also learn from the licks and lines.
Have you ever wanted to play in a band? Have you had bad experiences with bands? Let me show you the three most important mindsets that will help you make the bands work and prevent you from wasting your time and money on projects that won't go far.
Tablature and Notation for the Harmonic Minor Scale in all 12 Keys plus How to Use it and How to Practice it.
Advanced Jazz Blues Harmony: Learn the harmony in numbers not in chord names - you will be able to use them in any key.