Jazz Blues

Jazz Guitar: Introduction to Bird Blues – Nine Steps to Mastery See the blog post here (includes PDF): http://www.jazzguitarlessons.net/introduction-to-bird-blues-for-jazz-guitar/ In this video we explore nine straightforward steps to mastering comping and improvisation on the bird blues progression. This “bird blues” (aka parker blues, aka “New York Changes”, aka _______) was first recorded during the bebop
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http://www.andrewwasson.com/ Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers questions from off of his Guitar Blog website… Q). I have two questions. First, I’d like to know some of your favorite jazz shapes for playing 3-note Dominant 7th chords. And second, can you demonstrate how to make-up licks for the, “I — IV,” and “I, VI,
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40 blues jazz guitar licks with tabs in the style of Grant Green, Kenny Burell, Wes Montgomery. ► Printable eBook PDF with tabs, scales charts and backing tracks.http://bit.ly/2bp0CZI ►40 Major Jazz Guitar Licks eBook PDF https://youtu.be/WLh7i-3vOhw ►Subscribe to the channel http://bit.ly/23dE3x9 – ►Follow jazz guitar licks on facebook https://www.facebook.com/jazzguitarlicks
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Subscribe: ► http://geni.us/subs ♥ Your Support Appreciated! An excellent intro to Jazz Walking Bass using a Jazz Blues in Bb. Slowly and clearly explained. Find the related course notes on the following link: http://justinguitar.com/en/JA-203-WalkingBassBlues1.php Please subscribe to my channel if you dig what I do! Your support is greatly appreciated and helps me continue to
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In this week’s blues guitar tutorial, you’ll learn how to play a slow and easy blues composition by yourself on acoustic or electric guitar – no accompaniment needed. Full of blues licks and ideas. If you’d like to view this entire lesson, including the Part 2 video and the tablature, visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/slow-easy-blues-composition-can-play-blues-guitar-tutorial-ep307/
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https://www.practicetheguitar.com/videos/jazz-guitar-exercises/bb-jazz-blues-soloing/ Learn HOW to practice the guitar Skype and Facetime lessons are also available. practicetheguitar@gmail.com Soloing over a jazz blues is a challenging and also rewarding goal for any guitarist. To navigate a progression like this means to be able to outline seventh, minor, and diminished chords with scales and arpeggios with jazz and blues
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For much more info, lesson notes and backing track, please visit http://www.anyonecanplayguitar.co.uk/blues-rhythm-9-jazz-blues In this video I look at a more harmonically complex jazz-style blues piece. I also discuss altered chords – what they are and how to use them.
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Rolly Brown has spent a good bit of his guitar career navigating the territory between the more primal and emotional forms of blues and the more cerebral and sophisticated elements of jazz as they apply to the acoustic guitar. In this video lesson, he explores the large blurry area where the two closely related genres
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