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Muris Varajic
Could you please post smaller file
or eventually embed Youtube video? smile.gif
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Jakub Luptovec
Nice bear lolz:D

Well I am not bigger jazz expert than you (I cant play jazz to save my life....), so I cant tell you much but, from what I see:) :

You can feel the chord changes and find its notes around, what should you improve is putting more emphasis on the chords/modes distinctive note. For example on the start of your video, when Am7 started, you started by note A, then change to D7 came and you played D as first note - this is generally never good idea how to start:) Its better to start by some bending (For example the classical blues bend from 4th to 5th, with 5th ringing on upper string) or some neat longer arpeggio:)

On other note
Its like you are holiding your first pentatonic box, afraid that you will lose track going too far away - I do the same:D Its just abotu finding more jazz licks and unlocking the fretboard thru arpeggios etc.

Overally its better then I would do biggrin.gif Not that its hard to do, but still very nice job smile.gif It took me months, before I figured out I need to change my scale mindset with each chord change.. you are on right track smile.gif
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Jerry Arcidiacono
Hi Mark,
maybe you can find some inspiration following my lesson about ii-V-I.

http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...gression-licks/

Arpeggios and articulation are very important in this context.
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Jerry Arcidiacono
QUOTE (Mark. @ May 14 2009, 12:19 PM) *
Thanks gonna work on it after lunch laugh.gif


Hope you will not sleep! Jazz and after lunch is a very dangerous combination, at least for me wacko.gif
Ivan Milenkovic
Very nice solo mate, sounds pretty good! smile.gif

Tip: try using some runs, or shorter note values to enrich the rhythmical composition a bit.
Vasilije Vukmirovic
Aha, this is great, you really feel the harmony beneath, that is most important, also I like that you play slow. You covered all chords during improvisation, this is the way jazz should be practiced and played...

I see that you're beginner in jazz, I would suggest you to try to play this stuff in one or two more positions...
It's difficult in different positions, you may find it pretty uncomfortable...
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