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Somewhere Over the Rainbow Jazz Part 2 | Guitar Tutorial
Aug 28, 2013
In this lesson, you'll learn the second part to the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow. You'll learn some great jazz chords that support the melody line of the song and provide a twist to the popular song. This is an advanced lesson but will challenge you in lots of beneficial ways.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow Jazz | Guitar Tutorial
Aug 21, 2013
This is a lesson that shows you how to play the classic song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" using jazz chords and a melody line at the same time. This is a great challenge for advanced players!
Jazz Lick | Guitar Tutorial
May 22, 2013
In this lesson, you will learn a jazz lick that works great as a whole or even in part. You'll learn how to play it and then learn how it works in to your typical soloing scale. This lick is a great finger exercise and a lot of fun to play.
Blues and Jazz Mixed Scales | Guitar Tutorial
May 30, 2012
In this lesson you will learn how to mix the minor pentonic with some of the major scales, used as modes, to create a unique blues and jazz mixed solo.
The Way You Look Tonight | Guitar Tutorial
Feb 8, 2012
In this weekly lesson update, you will learn a jazz chord progresison that works for the classic Frank Sinatra song "The Way You Look Tonight." You can also use a variation of this progression to create your own jazz tune!
Jazzy Blues Lick 2 | Guitar Tutorial
Oct 12, 2011
In this lesson you'll learn how to step outside of the pentatonic scale and use another scale you've learned in a unique way. With this technique, you'll be able to add a new dimension to your soloing that will bring hints of jazz to life in a blues setting.
Jazzy Blues Lick 1 | Guitar Tutorial
Sep 28, 2011
In this lesson you will learn one of my favorite licks to use with the minor pentatonic scale. It works great with any blues song for a jazzy twist and will also work with songs in a minor key. You'll learn some runs that use notes outside of the scale to create a unique sound!
Jazz Walking Bass Line | Guitar Tutorial
Aug 3, 2011
Once you know some jazz progressions, this simple concept will make you sound like a jazz pro. You will learn how to create a "walking bass line" amongst any chords. The result is the sound of a bass guitar playing along with chords.
Jazz in C | Guitar Tutorial
Jul 27, 2011
In this lesson, you will learn my personal favorite jazz progression in the key of C! This progression is for those who want something a little challenging, because the chords are very unique. However, the progression is very versatile and sounds great.
Jazz Blues Progression | Guitar Tutorial
May 4, 2011
With only 2 simple chords, you can play a very impressive sounding progression that borders between jazz and blues. These chords also allow you to change keys very easily and to solo easily as you play. You'll learn how to play the chords, how to transition between keys and what scale to use as you solo.
Jazz Progression in A (part 2) | Guitar Tutorial
Mar 23, 2011
In this members' only lesson, you will learn the second part to the jazz progression in the key of A. This mixture of minor 7 chords and major 7 chords provides a great break from the standard A progression yet allows you to seamlessly transition back in to the progression in A.
Jazz Progression in A | Guitar Tutorial
Mar 16, 2011
In this members' only lesson you will learn a simple jazz progression in the key of A that sounds great! Once you learn the simple chords with an open sound, you will then learn how to vary the rhythmic pattern to add some spice to your song.
Simple Jazz Progression in F | Guitar Tutorial
Nov 3, 2010
Explore a new genre of guitar with this easy jazz progression. This members only lesson will show you how to play a simple chord progression with a walking bass line. Each chord only requires 3 fingers, and the progression is adaptable to different picking and strumming patterns.
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